Some of the world's best electronic dance music DJs took the stage in Sydney, Australia on Saturday (November 30) and Sunday (December 1) to raise awareness about the fight to end AIDS.

World famous DJs such as David Guetta and Calvin Harris moved the crowd at Stereosonic Sydney music festival. The concert was organised to support the release of the new album 'Dance (RED) Saves Lives 2'. The album was released on November 25 with proceeds from its sales going towards funding HIV medication in sub-Saharan Africa.

Luke Steele of the duo Empire of the Sun performed at Stereosonic Sydney and has a dance track on the new album.

"Let's go out and buy the album. Let's support the RED campaign. Let's eradicate this, man. It's like the RED campaign says, dance, let's dance away the problems together, you know, as a world as a nation," he said.

(RED) was founded in 2006 by U2's Bono and Bobby Shriver to raise money for AIDS prevention.

Since 1988, December 1 has been recognised as World AIDS Day.

Presented by Adam Justice