Kaskade & Valentino Khan Match Diplos Donation to Las Vegas Shooting Victims

    This has been one of the most trying weeks for America in a long time, largely due to the tragic Las Vegas shooting. However, the outpouring of support for the shooting victims has been a beacon of light in the darkness, with a huge GoFundMe campaign and a massive donation from MGM Resorts being two of the most uplifting stories.

    Diplo also showed his support for the shooting victims by donating $100,000, urging his peers to do the same. It looks like Diplo may have started a movement, with two of EDMs biggest names joining the cause. Kaskade and Valentino Khan both tweeted their support today, with Khan even donating his booking fee from this week. While its not a big producers prerogative to donate to a cause, the support from leaders in the scene shows the industrys love and support for Las Vegas and its residents.

    Seth Troxler initiated a similar call to action a couple days ago when he called on DJs to donate all or a portion of the DJ fees for Ultra Mexico to earthquake relief efforts; Martin Garrix answered the call on that one.

    Check out Kaskade and Valentino Khans tweets below:

    Count me in @diplo #VegasStrong https://t.co/sz6InUadSl

    ”” Kaskade (@kaskade) October 7, 2017

    Im in. Im donating my booking fee from this week as well. Love to the city & the people. #VegasStrong https://t.co/lkVwnDiQWu

    ”” VALENTINO KHAN (@ValentinoKhan) October 7, 2017

    UPDATE: Dillon Francis, too! And Tiesto doubled down and donated $200,000.

    Gonna do the same but half to Vegas half to Puerto Rico #VegasStrong #PuertoRicoStrong https://t.co/qiaTM4A28j

    ”” Dillon Francis (@DILLONFRANCIS) October 8, 2017

    As a Las Vegas lover I do what Vegas lovers do! I double down! So I will donate 200k https://t.co/GHjnjmtvMJ #VegasStrong

    ”” Tiesto (@tiesto) October 7, 2017

    This article was first published on Your EDM.
    Source: Kaskade & Valentino Khan Match Diplos Donation to Las Vegas Shooting Victims