BRITs Week is back with loads of huge bands playing tiny shows across London this February. Raising money for War Child UK, the gigs will kick off on 8th February, running until the 22nd with the BRIT Awards ceremony on the 18th.
“Looking back at some of the amazing acts that have performed in BRITs Week to raise money for War Child - including Coldplay, Florence + The Machine, Ed Sheeran, Jess Glynne, The 1975, Elbow, Mabel and Mahalia - you realise what an important celebration of the UK’s diverse music talent it has become,” Geoff Taylor, Chief Executive of BPI and BRIT Awards says. “It is a fundamental element of the build up to the BRIT Awards with Mastercard, and with our partners AEG, O2 and War Child we are thrilled to announce the 2020 edition of BRITs Week, which also marks the 40th BRIT Awards show.”
The prize draw to win is open now until 3rd February, with a limited amount of tickets on sale on 17th January.
Check out the full list of the acts performing below:
08 - Catfish and The Bottlemen, Exhibition London
10 - Yungblud, Camden Assembly
11 - Jack Savoretti, Omeara
12 - Declan McKenna, Islington Assembly Hall
13 - Louis Tomlinson, Scala
14 - Tom Walker, Omeara
16 - Sigrid, Omeara
16 - Bombay Bicycle Club, Bush Hall
17 - Gan of Youths, Omeara
19 - Tom Grennan, Bush Hall
21 - Nothing But Thieves, The Dome
22 - Bastille Reorchestrated, The London Palladium
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