To mark the 30th anniversary of World AIDS Day, we’re teaming up with STOPAIDS and lots of groups to hold the ENDAIDS2030 Festival from 26th November to 3rd December.

The aim of the festival is to raise awareness among the public about the UK and global HIV responses and inspire them towards the global goal of ending AIDS by 2030. We want the festival to create as much noise as possible, making the message that we can end AIDS by 2030 if we take action now, loud and clear!

From a World AIDS Day Takeover in Sheffield to a pub quiz in Edinburgh – our Youth Stop AIDS groups have planned so many exciting events across the UK that are open to everyone.

One festival highlight has got to be the World AIDS Day Jamm music event on Saturday 1st December in London. The finale music event will see performances from an array of exciting DJs, upcoming artists and world music legends, including Dele Sosimi, one of the world’s most active and electric musicians on the Afrobeat scene. Get your Jamm ticket here!

See the full Event Schedule below here, just click to download it and click on each event to go through to more information. You can also view a full list of events on the World AIDS Day website.

We want as many people as possible to hear about the ENDAIDS2030 Festival and to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS. Download the social media toolkit and help us to spread the word! Don’t forget to use the festival hashtags: #ENDAIDS2030 #WorldAIDSDay.