In 2015, Set for Peace saw over 670 sets in 68 countries worldwide.

Peace One Day are delighted to be working with the Last Night a DJ Saved My Life Foundation on this initiative.

Set for Peace has seen DJs such as Idris Elba, Paul van Dyk, David Morales and Capital FM's Andi Durrant use their music for peace.  For Peace Day we would love for you to get involved and use the power of your decks to unite people on the dance floor. 

For more information, please see below for our and our 'How To' Guide below.

If you’d like to let us know about your Set for Peace, for Peace Day, send us an email to:

2015 Highlights

In 2015 DJs and producers from around the world used their music to bring people together on Peace Day. This includes Jeuness'Espoir in Matadi, DRC who recorded a Peace Day song with DJ Sharma, a Set for Peace festival organised by Parties4Peace in Tokyo, Japan, a festival in Spain with DJ Sandy Love and a Set for Peace broadcast organised by DJ Manal in The Maldives. This is only a small snapshot, check out the gallery below to see more!

2015 Mixcloud

For the 2nd year running, Mixcloud held a Set for Peace competition for DJs to share a set in the name of Peace Day. They were innundated with responses but Mia Clarke was judged the winner. In 2nd place was Guido Lounge Café and 3rd was Dibaba Thee Guy. 


Check out the gallery below for photos from DJs, producers and MCs who played Sets for Peace events around the world on Peace Day.

Messages of Support

Here are a series of interviews featuring Paul Van Dyk, Shovell The Drum Warrior (M-People), DJ Ease (Nightmares On Wax), Dave Beer (Back to Basics), Klaudia Jasmin (Flux), Tom Crawshaw, Dean Creole (Afro-Coalition), Malcolm WeLove (Afro-Coalition), Sy Legg (Afro-Coalition) and Neil Jacques.