Copa del Rave returns for its second charity tournament in LA

This fall, the Copa del Rave returns to Los Angeles for its second charity event at Evolve Project.

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Copa del Rave was formed in April 2019, bringing together the global electronic music community a soccer tournament to raise money for various charity organizations. This fall's iteration will be raising money for the MusiCares Foundation, a Recording Academy charity organization focusing on providing an emergency safety net for financial, medical, and personal health issues for people in the music community. The money raised for this event will be saved for the electronic music community specifically.

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The eight teams participating include Beatsource, Future Classic, LIAMOUS United, Live Nation, Mad Decent, Native Instruments, Red Light Management, and Three Six Zero. These teams will feature artists such as Diplo, Ardalan, TEED, Chris Lorenzo, Borgore and more.

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Red Light Management won the last tournament, and the event raised over $12,000 for VH1 Save the Music and Beats In School. Copa del Rave founders Jonathan McDonald, Alastair Duncan and Ardalan are excited about this success stating, “The response and enthusiasm around the April event was huge, and it just made sense to come back in the Fall. We’re incredibly proud to be partnering with MusiCares and raising money for those in need within our community. It should be a great tournament, and based on the last one, pretty competitive!”

The event will take place on October 24 from 3-10pm.

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Copa del Rave returns for its second charity tournament in LA

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