Diego Maciel offers live show to benefit the global fight against coronavirus
Uruguayan 24-year-old deejay will play music at the tallest building in his country to raise money for COVID-19 relief
Many DJs are turning to live streaming sets to keep the party going and continue to serve the global dance music community in these difficult times. We might be in lockdown, but festivals, clubs and DJs are still luring audiences. Diego Maciel has announced plans to hold a live streamed concert on May that will help raise money for charities dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic.
While he is quarantining in his Montevideo condo with his family, his team proposed a secret spot in Montevideo for playing music on live stream to raise funds. The event is meant to be an online dance party first and foremost so tune in on Diego’s social media channels.
Whether he’s behind the decks or behind the scenes, Diego Maciel is one of those people who simply makes things happen. An Uruguayan native who’s now travels around South America. Diego was born in Montevideo, Uruguay. The 24-year-old started playing music when he was only fourteen and now a days deejays in largest music festivals around South America.
He was awarded for being best DJ of his country in 2019 and now he just released his new track “Blue” on all music streaming services. Diego will take his music and energy to other levels and be part of upcoming festivals around the world.