The 1975, Richard Hawley, Craig David presents TS5 and more will play Warchild BRITs Week.
The live music series returns next month, with Warchild and the BRIT Awards pairing up to present a number of intimate shows across London.
The 1975 are set to play Tufnell Park Dome, a far cry from their recent sold out extravaganza's at London's epic O2 Arena.
Elsewhere, Craig David presents TS5 will play Brixton Electric, while Richard Hawley will be joined by Paul Weller at the Union Chapel.
Last year's program of Warchild BRITs Week shows raised £564,768 for the charity - could 2017 exceed this? Time will tell...
Liana Mellotte, Head of Music, Entertainment Development at War Child says: “Since 2009, War Child has been producing really special shows around the BRIT Awards that unite some of the greatest musicians in the world in support of children living with the brutality of war. This year’s line-up is once again testament to the musicians who generously donate their time, talent and unending commitment to protect the rights of children in the most horrendous circumstances. Words can’t really convey how grateful we are to them, to O2 and to our supporters around the UK who make this such a special time for War Child.”
Tickets are available via a prize draw - simply donate £5 HERE and name the show you'd like to attend. The prize draw for entry opens at 9:00am on Friday (January 20th).
Full list of Warchild BRITs Week shows:
14 London Shepherd's Bush Empire (Tinie Tempah/ Lianne La Havas/ Anne-Marie/ Darline)
14 London Clapham Grand (Rag'n'Bone Man)
15 London Kamio (New Gen: WSTRN/ Stefflon Don/ Avelino / Abra Cadabra / Yxng Bane)
16 London Brixton Electric (Craig David presents TS5)
16 London Union Chapel (Richard Hawley, plus special guest Paul Weller)
21 London Dingwalls (Basement Jaxx)
21 London Tufnell Park Dome (The 1975)
21 London Hoxton Hall (Jack Savoretti)
23 London Jazz Cafe (Rick Astley)
24 London Omeara (Wild Beasts)