DJ icon Carl Cox has been announced to perform a special charity set at The Houses of Parliament with one lucky winner it has been revealed.
Last Night a DJ Saved My Life Foundation is a long running UK charity that has been hosting fundraising events and releasing material since January 2010. The foundation’s aim is to bridge socio-economic gaps and build global communities through music and culture.
Cox has been invited to play a DJ set inside the home of British politics at Westminster London on May 11 with one lucky fan winning the chance to play alongside him at the extraordinary location in an event dubbed ‘House the House’. U.K. residents between the ages of 14-24 will have an equal shot at performing alongside Cox by submitting a 30-minute mix representing their unique style.
His set follows on from Fatboy Slim, who entered the record books as the very first DJ to have performed live from the Legislative Estate back in 2013. He also played with a competition winner, in conjunction with Last Night A DJ Saved My Life, for the first House the House event.
The winner will be selected based off a variety of factors, including track selection, originality and technical ability. For more information on the competition, click here.