Mark Ronson hosting War Child Brits aftershow - ticket details

Superstar DJ will host an 'all star party'

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Mark Ronson will host and headline this year's War Child Brit Awards afterparty in London.

The party, famous for its star-studded collaborations, will take place after the O2 Arena Brit Awards ceremony on February 15, at the Indigo2 venue next door.

The event, which is billed as an 'all star party', will see Ronson headline the show with his band The Business Intl and some special guests.

Ronson said: "Being asked to play the War Child post-Brit Awards show is such a giant honour. And since I'm guilty of YouTubing the 2009 clip of Coldplay and Gary Barlow doing 'Back For Good' [for that year's War Child afterparty] at least 180 times, (so) I know we better pull off some magical moments."

The show will mark 15 years since the War Child charity won a Brit for their landmark benefit record 'Help'. To mark this tickets are priced at £15 and go onsale at 9am (GMT) tomorrow.

See Warchild.org.uk for more information.

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