Keith Flint pals and fans will honour late Prodigy star with a rave – and 100% of profits will go to mental health charities
PRODIGY frontman Keith Flint will be honoured with a rave this weekend.
The the music legend – who topped UK charts with singles such as Firestarter and Breathe – will be remembered at the rave with all profits going to mental health charities after Keith took his own life.
Keith died at age 49[/caption]
In honour of Keith, The Cause will be hosting a special party, with special electronic music guests who shared line-ups with The Prodigy.
DJ’s such as Slipmatt and Nookie will be playing at the event, and popular songs from The Prodigy can also be expected at the party.
The Cause are using the love of music to raise awareness surrounding mental health issues, after Keith took his own life battling mental health issues such as depression.
The profit that The Cause will make will be split given to mental health charities Mind in Haringey and CALM after Keith’s suicide on Monday, March 4th 2019.
The Tottenham venue will host the rave next Saturday[/caption]
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The organisers of the event wrote: “Male suicide IS the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.
“Mental health affects us all and raising awareness of this was one of they key factors in establishing The Cause.
“As such we are throwing a celebration of the music Keith and The Prodigy inspired, inviting down friends and those who shared line-ups and who’s records were played at events during their rise to fame.
“100% of ALL profits, tickets AND bar revenue will go to charity. 50% to Mind in Haringey and 50% to The CALMzone.”
The Fire Starter singer was found “unresponsive” by medics in his £1.5million marital home, he shared with wife Mayumi Kai, in Dunmow, Essex.
An Essex Police spokesman told The Sun Online: “We were called to concerns for the welfare of a man at an address in Brook Hill, North End, just after 8.10am on Monday.
“The death is not being treated as suspicious and a file will be prepared for the coroner.”
Before his death, Keith previously admitted to a long battle with drink, drugs and depression, however his wife had “saved him” from his party lifestyle.
The event will take place on Saturday, March 16 and you can buy your tickets here.
If you, or anyone you know, needs help dealing with mental health problems the Samaritans can be contacted on 116 123, or visit Mind’s website.