Today, BRITs Week 24 for War Child have announced that AURORA and Gabriels will be joining their stellar line-up. The incredible series of gigs gives fans the opportunity to see intimate one-off performances from some of the biggest and most exciting names in music in some of the UK’s best venues. Since BRITs Week’s inception in 2009, the shows have raised more than £7 million for War Child to help children whose lives have been torn apart by war.
Norwegian singer-songwriter AURORA will take the stage at Lafayette on 26th February. Her ethereal vocals and distinctive art-pop sound will make for a spellbinding show. The following night on 27th February, British-American three-piece and recent BRIT nominee Gabriels will play at London’s iconic Ronnie Scott’s. An intimate, late night performance, the show will see the band deliver their irresistible blend of gospel, R’n’B and soul magic for what is set to be a truly unforgettable night with a very special surprise support.
Support acts for this year’s lineup have also been revealed with Keane supported by Oscar Lang, The Last Dinner Party supported by Rachel Chinouriri, Ash supported by Big Image, Aitch supported by A1xJ1, You Me At Six supported by The XCERTS, CMAT supported by Lorraine Bowen and Baby Queen supported by Lynks. Stay tuned for further announcements.
BRITs Week for War Child will take place around The BRIT Awards 2024 with Mastercard on Saturday 2nd March, with artists playing in venues across the capital and beyond.
AURORA and Gabriels join the brilliant line-up of artists performing in small venues across the UK. Kicking off the proceedings on 19th February will be singer-songwriter Cian Ducrot, performing his ballads in London’s stunning Union Chapel. Also performing on 19th February down in Brighton are rock royalty You Me At Six. The following night on 20th February, London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire will see beloved band Keane take to the stage for an unforgettable evening.
BRITs Week is set to dominate the capital city on 21st February with three stellar shows.Rising indie pop star Baby Queen, who recently released her acclaimed second album, will dazzle at Lafayette.
Over in West London, at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, BRIT award-winning and multi-platinum-selling Manchester rapper Aitch will undoubtedly storm the stage with his acclaimed live show.
Elsewhere, the much loved indie rock band Ash will play the iconic 100 Club for the first time in their 30-year career.
On 23rd February, renowned electronic heavy-hitters Pendulum will bring their high-tempo set to central London’s HERE at Outernet.
Sleaford Mods, the Nottingham duo known for their distinctive post-punk sound, will dominate the stage at London’s Scala on 28th February.
Two of the industry’s most exciting newcomers and BRITs 2024 nominees CMAT and Venbee will take to the stage at Bush Hall and Omeara respectively, both on 1st March.
Culminating another year of BRITs Week shows will be one of the country’s most talked-about bands, and winners of the BRITs Rising Star 2024 award and the BBC Sound poll, The Last Dinner Party who will close the series at The Trades Club in Hebden Bridge on 4th March.
Tickets for the newly announced shows are now on sale HERE. Limited tickets and prize draws for the other BRITs Week shows are also available.
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