Founder of Northern Exposure Rachel Brown,  #RECLAIMTHESESTREETS, DJ Katie Owen, punk artist YNES and friends have to come together to raise money for Rosa Fund for Women. 


The #RECLAIMTHESESTREETS movement is organised by volunteer group of women who wanted to channel the collective grief, outrage and sadness in the community over the events of the past month into raising awareness and funds for charity. You can read more about their plight and donate to the fundraiser HERE.

Their chosen charity to support is ROSA. ROSA is a charity that funds grassroots women’s organisations to help make the UK a fairer, safer place for women. Read more about the charity HERE.

#RECLAIMTHESESTREETS have already successfully raised over £540,000. 

The first run of day festivals and gigs are situated in Liverpool, Birmingham, London, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and Sheffield and will include an array of bands and artists including male musicians who want to show their support. 

The first gig will be hosted by Katie Owen who will be holding live interviews on the night of the gig at Sheffield’s Sidney & Matilda, she is joined by bands and musicians from all genres, including the likes of Hands Off Gretel, Edited People, YNES, Megan Wyn and poet Rachel Lightfoot.

Tickets are available to purchase from Skiddle for £10 here. 


Reclaim These Streets Socials: 

Twitter / Facebook / Instagram

Northern Exposure Socials: 

Website / Twitter / Instagram

All artists’ Spotify profiles: 

Hands Off Gretel / YNES / Edited People / Megan Wyn 

Rachel Lightfoot 


Katie Owen Socials:

Facebook / Instagram / Twitter

Rosa Socials: 


For more information and interview requests contact: 



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