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Over 200 DJs to attempt world record for longest ever B2B set

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More than 200 DJs are coming together to attempt the world record for the longest ever B2B DJ set.

The world record attempt will take place in aid of charity on 25th September, with London’s Pirate Studios overseeing the coordination of the event from its base in Tottenham. 

Pirate will be seeking donations as part of the drive to organise the event, and 100% of the money raised will be put toward the mental health in music charity KeyChanges.

If you’re a DJ and you’re up for playing at the fundraiser, you can sign up here right now. The event will be livestreamed online, and all the studios at Pirate Tottenham
will also be open for free use throughout the day.
 
Find out more about the world record attempt via the Pirate Blog.
 
Read DJ Mag’s October 2020 feature on how Pirate Studios are building a sustainable future for artists in uncertain times, here.

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