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Olivia Stock
9 April 2024, 14:09

Snowbombing and Meyba release limited edition football shirt in aid of War Child UK

A £1 donation from every shirt sold goes directly to protecting children in conflict zones

Photo of an outdoor stage at Snowbombing Festival 2023

Snowbombing Festival and iconic sportswear brand Meyba have teamed up to release a football shirt in aid of War Child UK.

The limited edition shirts draw inspiration from the snowy mountains of Mayrhofen, Austria – where the festival returns for its 25th anniversary this week – as well as championing the crucial aid work undertaken by the charity. They are available to purchase via Snowbombing’s website and on site at the week-long festival. 

In partnership with War Child’s award-winning dance music charity platform, The Right To Dance, a £1 donation from every shirt sold will go directly to protecting children living in war zones around the world.

Snowbombing 2024 kicked off yesterday (Monday 8th April) with sets from Fatboy Slim, KILIMANJARO, Scarlett O’Malley, Joy Orbison, and more, and will continue until Saturday 13th April. Other artists performing across the week include Bicep (with their Chroma AV/DJ show), Andy C, Rudimental (DJ), Ewan McVicarBou, and Jayda G.

Dubbed the “world’s greatest show on snow”, the festival will also offer an array of winter-themed activities, including beginner ski lessons, chairlift speed-dating, and paragliding. Watch back sets from Interplanetary Criminal and Sam Divine at Snowbombing 2023, filmed exclusively by DJ Mag.

Limited numbers of the War Child x Snowbombing football shirt are available here.

Last year, a selection of UK clubs including fabric, Corsica Studios, and Phonox, donated a share of their bar profits to War Child as part of the UNESCO-recognised International Dance Day. 

London label Human Endeavour recently released a new compilation to raise money for humanitarian Medical Aid for Palestinians and War Child UK. It features music by JD Twitch, Jurango, Ambien Baby and more.