Yesterday (14 April), a new raffle raising money for the NHS during the current COVID-19 pandemic was launched.
A large number of huge artists have donated items to the raffle. Liam Gallagher has donated a parka, a signed tambourine, future gig tickets, and more, Arctic Monkeys have contributed Alex Turner's Berghaus jacket from their 2007 T In The Park performance, and Lewis Capaldi has donated a signed copy of his debut album.
Other prizes include a Peaky Blinders set visit, a number of Chemical Brothers' discs, boxsets and posters, a signed Fender Telecaster from Primal Scream, and other gifts from Suede, Tim Burgess, Travis, Simply Red, The Twilight Sad, and many more.
Go now to https://t.co/oDaRyimcKo to enter the @NHSFest Music Raffle to benefit frontline NHS staff. The raffle is running from now 1800 GMT on 14th Apr until 1800 GMT 17th Apr and includes rare and collectable items from @chembros and many others. pic.twitter.com/rMUoN7q8Wy— The Chemical Brothers (@ChemBros) April 14, 2020
The raffle is currently on hold at the moment due to an overwhelming response. In a tweet, NHS Fest assured people that they're "working flat out to try and remedy the website issues experienced yesterday. As soon as there’s any news to share, we’ll update ASAP. Thanks again for your patience."
Morning all. Rest assured we’re working flat out to try and remedy the website issues experienced yesterday. As soon as there’s any news to share, we’ll update ASAP. Thanks again for your patience.— NHS Fest (@NHSFest) April 15, 2020