Pop music, house and shows have gathered this Sunday in Madrid at the charity festival 'The loop that unites us' where LGTBIQ nightlife promoters and artists have come together to raise funds with which to investigate HIV and finance projects Community prevention and support.
The event on the occasion of World AIDS Day has started with a 'photocall' at 19.00 this Sunday at the Kapital Theater, where for ten hours you will dance to achieve the goal of UN AIDS: end HIV in 2030
This is the first edition of this charity festival in Madrid, where the proceeds will be donated to the associations Imagina, Positive Support and the Ramón y Cajal Institute for Health Research, according to the organizers in a statement.
The house poster includes Ana Flor, Ben Manson, Binomio, Charlie, Dave Urania, Jesús Pelayo, John K., Lucas Flamefly and Marcelo and Domingo while Agu Lukke, Ben Taylor, Cascales, Crawford, Lolito Malibu, Malatesta and Poptardas , are in charge of the pop zone.
This protest party seeks to respond to a disease of which 1,000 new infections are registered in the Community of Madrid every year, and where they argue that there are currently "tools to end HIV in a short period of time."
Since 1981 in Madrid there are 21,216 HIV diagnoses, 16.81 men and 4,325 women.
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