Yungblud, Bastille and Bombay Bicycle Club are among the leading acts playing intimate venues in February in aid of War Child. The gigs are in association with the Brit Awards and O2, who have partnered to support War Child Together. The events run at intimate venues across London from 8 to 22 February.
Catfish and the Bottlemen kick things off with a show on 8 February at Exhibition London, a new 2000 capacity venue located in the heart of White City’s Westfield.
Yungblud will also play one of his smallest shows to date at the Camden Assembly on 10 February. Bombay Bicycle Club will head to West London’s Bush Hall on Sunday, 16 February and Bastille will reprise their re-orchestrated shows for a date at the London Palladium on 22 February.
Tickets are on sale via a raffle at the BRITS Week War Child official website with entry costing £5. Fans can enter to buy for as many gigs as many times as they like. The closing date is 11.59pm on February 3. A limited number of tickets also go on sale on Friday (January 17) from the site at 9am.
As uDiscover Music previously reported, Lewis Capaldi, Sam Fender, Charli XCX and Bruce Springsteen are amongst some of the stars in the running for the 2020 BRIT Awards. The nominations were announced on 11 January in a special televised programme that featured a line-up of performances from Mabel, Aitch, Freya Ridings, Dermot Kennedy and Liam Payne. The winners will be revealed next month at the annual awards ceremony, which is due to take place at London’s The O2 on 18 February.
The BRITs Week gigs for War Child in February 2020 are as follows:
8 – 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 – Gang of Youths – Omeara
19 – Tom Grennan – Bush Hall
21 – Nothing But Thieves – The Dome
22 – Bastille Re-orchestrated – London Palladium.