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Lib Stream: live virtual skyline party

Join us for Jersey’s first live virtual skyline party via Mixcloud, to celebrate 75 years since the Island was freed from occupation and take some time-out from thinking about the struggles we’re facing today. 

From the ramparts of Fort Regent, DJs Warren Le Sueur, Simon Gasston, Colin Moore and SJ Stefunk - featuring guest vocalist, The Voice 2019 star, Moya - will play funk, soul, pop, and house tunes above Jersey’s capital, St Helier.

Watch, listen and join in the party from the comfort of your own home, live online.

9 May 2020
​7pm to 11pm
How to watch

How to join the party

You can join the party easily, just go to the Liberation 75 Mixcloud web page at 7pm on Saturday 9 May and enjoy.

We’d love to see photos of your household parties, just post them on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter using #Lib75.

Rules to party by

We are super excited about Lib Stream, Jersey's first virtual skyline party! This is a unique opportunity for everyone to have fun at home and to close the 75th anniversary of Liberation Day in a different way during 'Stay at Home' measures.

Please celebrate Liberation 75 sensibly and follow these three rules:

  1. Celebrate only with people from your household and do not hold gatherings with people from outside your household
  2. Be socially responsible and don't play excessively loud music that will disturb your neighbours
  3. Look after yourself and act responsibly. If you need support with health and wellbeing, follow this link to the Government of Jersey website.
You can report non-urgent incidents to +44 (0) 1534 612612.
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