The event has been put together by the team at Eclectic Ballroom, and has been filmed from the upper room in the Queen's Head in the heart of Peterborough by the expert team at Red 7 Productions.
All of the acts are giving up their time for free to provide six hours of music, and all social distancing guidelines are being observed throughout the performances.
The full line-up can be seen in the poster above, but we will be featuring the artists across this week, starting with Helena Julia below.
And the fundraising will continue throughout the year and into 2021, with a series of events and fundraisers based on music, art and much more.
Helena Julia has been around the electronic music scene for many years.
She is the co-founder of successful Peterborough club nights ‘Sound’ and ‘Flux’. Her early influences are that of German techno, followed by a journey through the house, drum and base and psy-trance scenes.
She is best known for her deep, stripped back minimal techno sounds, combined with rolling tech house baselines and hypnotising progressive vocals and synths.
She is one of the popular Peterborough’s female DJ duo Dirty House Wives, and has supported line-ups of many famous acts, including Danny Rampling, Inland Knights, Utah Saints, GW Harrison, George Smeddles, Stanton Warriors, Leftwing:Kody, Danny Clockwork Orange and Pimpsoul, to name just a few.
Her DJ performances are never predictable, and he love for the music she plays is infectious to the crowd.
For a taste of what she is going to bring to our event head to her mixcloud page: