Make It Rain Stormed Los Angeles


Over one thousand Angelenos united to lift up Down Under and raised over $75,000 ($AUD110,000) for Australian bushfire relief at “Make It Rain”. The epic night of music featured Don Diablo, Kaskade, A-Trak, What So Not, Hook N Sling, Bonnie & Clyde, PNAU, Nina Las Vegas, Peking Duk, Sam Gellaitry, tyDi, VASSY, Yolanda Be Cool, GG Magree, Feenixpawl, Brooke Evers.
All profits raised from “Make It Rain” will be donated to three bushfire relief initiatives: Red Cross Australia, GivIt, and NSW Wildlife Council.
Make It Rain
On January 29th, 2020 a roster of top-tier artists hit the stage at Academy LA, to put on a star-studded night to remember. The event raised over Eighty Thousand Dollars towards desperately needed Australian bushfire relief ($AUD120,000).  They sold over one thousand tickets sold for the one-night-only performance.
Featured Artists included a stellar Aussie roster, plus some very special international guests. This includes; What So Not, Don Diablo, Kaskade, A-Trak, Bonnie & Clyde, PNAU, Nina Las Vegas, Hook N Sling, Sam Gellaitry, tyDi, VASSY, Yolanda Be Cool, GG Magree, Feenixpawl, and Brooke Evers.


The event was hosted by Australian media personalities Jason Dundas and Maude Garret. Guests of the event roared when each M.C. welcomed secret guests to the stage. A standout moment included VASSY’s acapella rendition of her David Guetta hit “Bad”. This followed by the emergence of Don Diablo, who traveled directly from Brazil for the show. The What So Not all-star set, where the DJ was joined by friends including A-Trak, Peking Duk, Sam Gellaitry, Bonnie & Clyde – the pumping console was enough to rival the Academy dance floor, which was bustling with elated, high-energy fans.

After the Rain

Fans can still support “Make It Rain” through donating directly on the website. In addition, you can participate in the silent auction, which features hero prizes including; Coachella VIP passes, EDC Las Vegas tickets, hotel stays, celebrity personal trainer sessions, gag-worthy make-up kits, artworks painted at the event and more. 100% proceeds will be donated to charity, and bidding is open until Friday 31st January 9:00PM PST.


SiriusXM Diplo’s Revolution will broadcast the event on Saturday, February 1. Fans can also stream the “Make It Rain For Australia” ‘mint’ playlist takeover on Spotify for a limited time.


Photo by Helen Perez


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Photo by Hagop Kalaidjian


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