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BMTH, Enter Shikari And More Announce Intimate Gigs For BRITs Week 2019

Incredible, tiny gigs in support of War Child UK? Count us in.

Bring Me The Horizon, Enter Shikari, You Me At Six, IDLES and Frank Turner have been announced to play tiny gigs for the BRITs Week with War Child, Together with O2.

Taking place between February 11 and 22 throughout London, the BRIT Awards are celebrating just how brilliant music has been this year while – more importantly – raising money for War Child UK in the process with some of the UK’s finest bands.

It’s amazing to see the music industry coming together once again to support children affected by conflict across the world,” says Jim Benner, Global Music Lead, War Child UK. We’re looking forward to creating more wonderful moments and as ever we’re overwhelmed by the incredible support of some of the best artists making music right now. In 2019 we’re celebrating 10 years of partnering with O2 and with their support and the continued dedication of music fans together we’ve changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of the world’s most vulnerable children.”

Check out the line-up below:

February

11 IDLES100 Club
11 You Me At Six – Scala
13 Enter Shikari – The Dome
15 Frank Turner – Omeara
19 Bring Me The Horizon – The Dome

War Child UK gigs 2019

The prize draw for tickets is open now (which can be entered an unlimited amount of times, with fans able to make a £5 donation to War Child). Tickets will go on sale at 9am on Friday, January 18

Additionally, a limited amount of tickets for some of the gigs are available to O2 customers via Priority Tickets from 9am on Wednesday, January 16.

Head on over to Britsweekwarchild.co.uk for more info.

Posted on January 14th 2019, 4:23p.m.
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