Sounds of the 90s boost local charities

Local DJ stars Dave and Benno of The 90s Revival have kicked off 2022 by bringing back their weekly charity live streams.

They are presenting a top 90s mix over their live streams, which are available to watch for free. Each week they  support a different local charity, asking supporters and sponsors for donations.

The first two live streams have raised money for the Hope House Children’s Hospice and the Midlands Air Ambulance.

DJ Dave Prince said, “It’s great to be doing charity live streams again. We’re giving something back to our local community with what we do best! We hope to raise lots of money for our six chosen charities. Last year we raised thousands for charities and that’s exactly what we hope to do again this year.

“We hope partygoers will enjoy a Saturday night with our awesome 90s tunes, whilst helping to raise money for charity.”

The 90s Revival will live stream their shows from their Facebook page and YouTube channel every Saturday evening  until February 12. The sets will warm up the DJ duo for their 90s Revival festival at the West Mid Showground on June 3 and 4, which is over the Platinum Jubilee weekend. The two-day family friendly event will feature original 90s artists, top tribute acts, a fair, family stage, live entertainment, plus food and drink stands.

CAPTION: Dave and Benno ready to party on a Saturday night.


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