Black Coffee, Ushuaïa & Music Against Animal Cruelty Ambassadors Lead The Charge For African Wildlife Conservation
With 90% of the world’s Rhinos lost in the last 40 years, 97% of the Tiger population gone since the year 1900, up to 30,000 elephants slaughtered for their ivory each year and the illegal wildlife trade estimated to be worth over $15 Billion USD per annum, there is a global extinction crisis in our midst
With this a sad reality, Music Against Animal Cruelty (M.A.A.C.), a non-profit meant to aid wildlife conservation through music, was conceived by Art Department, Jonny White, CEO/Founder of Pulse Global, Wade Cawood, and Founder of Tears for Tigers, Jack Baucher, and will focus on two community-led initiatives in Africa; Rhino Conservation Botswana and Lion Guardians Kenya.
On Thursday, 13 September The Night League in association with M.A.A.C will present “Wild” at Ushuaïa, a charity fundraising event featuring Black Coffee alongside Adam Beyer, Art Department, Bedouin and DJ Sneak, Ida Engberg, Lauren Lane, Nitin, and Tiga , as well as an unannounced special guest. All DJs are contributing their performance for free and all profits from this event will go directly to wildlife conservation projects.