The House The House DJ competition, hosted by Mike Weatherley MP & organised by charitable foundation Last Night A DJ Saved My Life (LNADJ) aims to not only discover the UK’s best young DJ talent but also to re-engage 16-25 year olds with their local communities using the positives of dance music as a tool for change.
The winner will get the chance to play a DJ set in the House of Commons terrace bar on 6th March 2013, alongside one of the world’s biggest DJs and earn a full Audio Production degree scholarship worth £20k at one of the four UK campuses of the world renowned SAE Institute. The winner will also be given the opportunity to play a set at We Love… Space, Ibiza & The Ministry Of Sound, London.
The ‘House The House’ competition is open to any UK resident between the ages of 16 and 25 years old.
Regional heats featuring 8 hopefuls are being held in 10 UK cities, which have now been announced.
See the Regional Heats page for more info.
Judges will include established DJs, club promoters and music professionals.
The winners from the regional heats will go through to the National Final in London, venue & date to be announced.
6th March 2013 will represent the first time the House of Commons has opened its doors to such an event, making this an historic occasion for the whole dance music community.
The cross-party parliamentary initiative aims to empower young people aged 16-25 years old, by not only engaging them in the House The House DJ contest, but also linking into their own communities by providing a number of hours of voluntary work within a community project in their own city.
UNITY, COMMUNITY & SERIOUS FUN!