Oct 26, 2023 1 min read

Mixmag 40th anniversary exhibition to raise funds for CALM

Mixmag will next month celebrate its 40th anniversary with an exhibition of covers at the Outernet complex in London, raising money for CALM

Mixmag 40th anniversary exhibition to raise funds for CALM

Mixmag will celebrate its 40th anniversary next month with an exhibition of its past covers in the Outernet complex in central London, in support of the suicide prevention charity CALM.

The magazine's MD Nick Stevenson says: "As the world's biggest, longest-running and most respected dance music media brand, our 40 years of covers tell the history of nightlife, from the birth of acid house to the rise of the superstar DJs, from the early discos and warehouses to the global festivals and arenas".

"It's our honour to open our archives and showcase the most iconic collection of covers and streams", he goes on, "and while doing so raising money for CALM, a charity that does incredible work for suicide prevention, bringing people together to show life is worth living".

CALM CEO Simon Gunning adds: “CALM operates at the heart of UK culture and there's no more iconic and influential name out there than Mixmag. Dance music and live events have brought joy to countless millions over the last 40 years, with Mixmag playing a major role in the continued development and success of the genre, so we're honoured to be a part of this monumental event".

Artists and DJs who appear on the covers set to be on display include Fatboy Slim, Madonna, Bjork, Calvin Harris, Daft Punk, Aaliyah, James Blake, Gorillaz, Carl Cox and Annie Mac.

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