ELD: Lebanon’s Uberhaus to ‘Host’ More Than 150 DJs in a 3-Day Virtual Electronic Music Festival
Ever since September 2019, an estimated 25,000 people in Lebanon lost their jobs in the hospitality sector alone, and as everything is closed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the livelihood of people in the hospitality and entertainment industry remains under threat. Now there is a way that you can help, and we’ve got all the details!
Electronic Labor Day (ELD) is a three-day virtual electronic music festival led by Uberhaus in partnership with top electronic music institutions in Lebanon and alongside the Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafes, Nightclubs, and Pastries in Lebanon. It’ll take place from the 1st to the 3rd of May.
The festival aims to raise funds for the non-managerial employees of the electronic music venues across Lebanon who have been affected by COVID-19 and the harsh economic circumstances associated with the pandemic.
More than 150 DJs from 25 countries joined forces to take part in the cause and help spread awareness and unity through music. The live stream will be immersive, entertaining, and exciting, taking place across multiple online rooms.
“Their teams are counting on us and we would like to tell them that no matter what happens #WEGOTYOURBACK” Said Nemer Saliba founder & Chairman of the board & Jimmy Berro COO & Managing partner at Uberhaus.
You’ll get the chance to donate online, and each donation goes a long way to providing much-needed support. Working families are counting on us to step up. The fund will be managed by a committee representing the top electronic clubs in Lebanon in partnership with the syndicate for RCNP in Lebanon.