Dutch electronic music producer Sam Feldt, South African house group Goldfish and sustainability platform Orca Sound Project have joined forces with Miami environmental group Volunteer Clean Up for a very special MMW beach party – with one lucky participant walking away with 2 tickets to Ultra Music Festival and a Solgaard Lifepack Backpack with S3 Solarbank Boombox!
Miami Music Week and Ultra Music Festival combine to create one of the biggest celebrations of electronic music in the world. For Goldfish, the Orca Sound Project and Feldt’s Heartfeldt Foundation, it provides the perfect opportunity to come together for a beach clean-up party like no other.
“Litter is everywhere,” Posey Collis, director of Orca Sound Project, said. “Soda bottles, plastic bags and cigarette butts have a serious effect on our environment, polluting our seas, choking our wildlife and threatening our planet. Together we want to tackle this problem by collecting data from the clean-up to help us work with companies and organisations to find more sustainable solutions whilst ensuring a circular economy. Stay tuned to find out how the trash we collect will be up-cycled and form its new life.”
Those taking part of the beach clean-up will not only be able to hang out with dance superstars Sam Feldt and Goldfish in person, but also enjoy a one-off pop-up sunset party powered by Soundboks speakers, a unique portable sound system that lets you take the party, quite literally, anywhere. If that wasn’t enough, one lucky attendee will also find out if they’ve won a pair of Ultra Music Festival tickets and a Solgaard Lifepack Backpack with S3 Solarbank Boombox, announced on the sand between 6pm and 7pm!
To be a part of this incredible event, visit bit.ly/VolunteerCleanUpMiami_SFGFOSP and RSVP on the site. Location details will be sent through via email to those accredited. There are limited places on the clean-up making it a strictly first come, first served affair.
As well as the chance to win 2 Ultra Music Festival tickets and a Solgaard Lifepack Backpack with S3 Solarbank Boombox, those cleaning up will also be gifted sustainable merchandise including Dopper water bottles which they can fill up at any of the Woosh Water stations located across South Beach. Clean-up materials will be provided and no single-use plastics will be allowed. Trash can be found everywhere, so flexible clothing with that in mind is advised. Participants are encouraged to download the CleanSwell app which will collect data from the clean-up and show the event’s environmental impact.