Together with O2, War Child has come up trumps again with a host of world class artists playing small intimate gigs for an incredible cause.
Starting 12th February and running to 24th February, the likes of Jessie Ware, Deaf Havana and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man are going to be playing some of Londons best music venues with the most recent addition being Ed Sheeran who will play Indigo at O2. These shows also head to Manchester where Wolf Alice will be playing Gorilla.
This stellar line up are all performing to support the work that War Child do in war stricken countries, providing vital support to children in conflict areas. With a mission to “Protect, educate and stand up for the rights of children caught up in war” money and awareness raised from these shows will make a huge difference.
In 2017 War Child raised £567,000 from their Brits Weeks shows together with O2, showcasing artists such as Craig David, Tinie Tempah and Paul Wellar. This years line up, I am sure, can beat that figure.
Prize draws are open now which gives fans the opportunity to see their favourite artists for a donation of £5 per entry with up to 20 chances available. Head over to britsweekwarchild.co.uk to enter.