By 7 o’clock on Saturday night, MUSE The Foundation’s greatly anticipated fundraising event was underway. Raising both awareness and money for children facing food poverty both overseas and in the UK, over 150 tickets were sold for this exclusive event at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse.
The room was dressed in MUSE’s trademark red and black colour palette with poster’s of our mainboard talent in their most popular collaborations printed across the walls. A free bar was accompanied by a bottomless popcorn machine which both proved to be incredibly popular amongst our guests. There was no chance of anyone getting bored as the room was filled with an abundance of arcade games, including prosecco pong tables, basket ball and zombie shoot out.
We booked DJ Nige to provide the crowd with non stop music all night and even surprised everyone with a secret act (whose name must still remain hush hush). Knowing that our content creator guest list never shy away from a photo opportunity we made sure that base was also covered. We organised for a Muse The Agency backdrop board, a photo booth and a 360 video booth to be at everyones disposal all evening.
The total amount raised (which will be released at a later date) will be split equally between Fareshare UK and Human Appeal to aid them in all the incredible work they do to help those facing the hardships of poverty.