The events will help to raise money for the charity, which was set up by Winehouse’s father Mitch in 2011 and aims to prevent the effects of drug and alcohol misuse, informing and helping vulnerable and disadvantaged young people.
Under the Twitter hashtag #Amys30, the events will include a pop-up shop in the singer’s home town Camden, north London, which will be selling limited edition merchandise including artwork, music and an exclusive range from tattoo artist Henry Hate.
An Amy walking tour will allow individuals to visit iconic Camden music venues including Dublin Castle and Proud, while British DJ Norman Jay has been announced for the launch night party of the Amy Winehouse: For You I Was A Flame exhibition, which is being hosted at Proud Galleries.
The exhibition will include artwork by Gerald Laing, Horace Panter, Bambi and Mr Brainwash, and photography by Jake Chessum, Dean Chalkey and Oscar Lasa.
Other highlights of the #Amys30 event series include a mass parachute jump on 29 September, which will be led by Amy’s mother Janis and the Mayor of Camden Jonathan Simpson, along with 30 other participants.
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