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There's A 24-Hour Rave Happening & It's For A Great Cause

The 24 Hour Rave Experiment is taking place in Birmingham, England on September 20th. A 24-hour rave in itself sounds crazy, but the best part is that the event is for charity. If you can last all 24 hours, the rave will put the £24 that you spent on a ticket back into your wallet. However, if you can't last all 24 hours, your £24 will go to Birmingham Children's Hospital.

The event will take place at The Rainbow Complex, and it will last from 12pm on September 20th until 12pm the following day. No acts have been announced yet, but an article about the event promises the following: "The 24 Hour Rave Experience will feature all genres of dance music; House, UK Bass, Techno, Trance, DnB, Hardcore, Mashup, they've got it all covered. Ensuring that they cater to the needs of every type of raver will be the focal point of this stamina-testing event."

Every participant is required to show up at the venue before 12pm on September 20th. If someone gets there late, they won't be allowed to participate. If anyone is caught sleeping, they will be kicked out. 

According to the ticket website, The 24 Hour Rave Experiment will include at least ten rooms of music, a beach, outdoor stages, and a food court. 

As our readers know from our work with Electric Family, EDM.com is always supportive of brands and events who give back to the community. It's great to see a 24-hour rave turned into an event that will directly benefit children in the immediate area. 

To purchase tickets to The 24 Hour Rave Experience, click here.

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