After witnessing the horrifying terrorist attack in Barcelona firsthand, Dubfire took action…
Not only did he decide to move forward with his The Light Off (TLO) Barcelona show, but to also donate his earnings to the victims and families affected by the senseless act of violence.
I was just riding my bike to the right of the Ramblas when a large white van came racing down the promenade plowing into everyone…in shock
— Dubfire (@dubfire) August 17, 2017
In a post on social media, Dubfire explained why the show had to go on:
“…after careful consideration and discussion with my friends, colleagues and internal team, I have decided NOT to cancel my gig tonight at TLO The Light Off, in Barcelona.
We WILL NOT give into fear but will unite through music and the celebration of friendship. I will also be donating my entire fee to a charity that will care for the victims and relatives of this tragedy. I hope that it helps in some way.”
“We have to show that terror never wins on love, passion and unity of the good people of our beloved City,” TLO added.
The event went down this weekend without a hitch, and judging by the footage it looked like a successful victory against hate and violence.
Shoutout Dubfire and TLO for taking a stand.
Dubfire – The Light Off Performance
Photo via TLO