NewsNews3 October 2022

A series of Save Childhood charity concerts with the participation of THE HARDKISS band will take place in Turkey

Ukrainian music festival Atlas together with charity project Childhood Without War in Turkey organize a series of charity concerts Save Childhood . The goal of the project is to help children affected by the war in Ukraine. The first concerts will be held on October 27 in Antalya, October 29 in Istanbul, and October 30 in Izmir with the participation of the Ukrainian band THE HARDKISS . All profits from the concerts will be transferred to the Childhood Without War project.


"We plan to hold 9 concerts, 3 each month - with the participation of various Ukrainian artists. This project is opened by friends of our festival - THE HARDKISS, for which we are very grateful to them. Projects like this allow our team to grow, do what we do best, and help those in need. As part of this project, we help orphans who were evacuated from dangerous areas of Ukraine to Turkey," Atlas commented.

C hildhood Without War is a Ukrainian charity project that provides a program for the evacuation to Turkey of orphans, children deprived of parental care and care, as well as children in difficult life circumstances from dangerous zones in Ukraine to Turkey, and provides all of them are necessary for a comfortable stay. The cost of one child's stay per day is 12 euros, and evacuation costs 180 euros.

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T he HARDKIS S is an independent band from Kyiv (Ukraine). Created in 2011. The authorship of all songs of The HARDKISS belongs to its founders - Yulia Saninia and Valery Bebko. The HARDKISS is a mixture of seemingly incompatible things: heavy arrangements, melodic parts, deep lyrics and Yulia Sanina's soulful vocals. The HARDKISS not only play live, but also create impressive live shows.

The Atlas Festival is the largest music festival in Eastern Europe, which is traditionally held in Kyiv (Ukraine). Since 2015, it has featured: The Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, Martin Garrix, Liam Gallagher, Placebo, Kasabian, LP, Tom Odell, John Newman, Three Days Grace, and many others.

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