Crowds fill the Roundhouse...

Friendly Fires topped off a special charity show at the Roundhouse last night (August 20th).

One of London's most historic music venues, the Roundhouse was packed to the rafters last night (August 20th) for a one off charity event. Disabled group Able2UK took control of the venue, with some big name performers giving up their time to take part.

Organised by Howard Thorpe and promoted by Metropolis Music and Coda Agency, the Able2UK concert opened with sets from Steve Craddock, Miles Kane and renowned British songwriter Billy Bragg.

Mystery Jets played a full band set, while Frank Turner took to the stage on his own. Brushing through a number of crowd pleasing tracks, Turner thanked the crowd and urged them to keep supporting Able2UK.

Radio 1 broadcaster Zane Lowe also gave up his time, playing a typically storming DJ set. Friendly Fires closed the night with a short but sweet set, with Ed MacFarlane displaying his ever energetic dance moves.

Fancy finding out more about the work done by Able2UK? Click HERE.

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