Paul Weller, KT Tunstall, Futureheads for London Haiti Eathquake Fundraiser

Bombay Bicycle Club, Mr Hudson also set for gig

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Paul Weller, KT Tunstall, The Futureheads, Bombay Bicycle Club and Reverend And The Makers are among the acts confirmed to play at the Haiti Eathquake Fundraiser event in London later this month.

Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, The Magic Numbers, Mr Hudson and Seasick Steve are also on the bill for the event, set to take place at the Camden Roundhouse venue on February 25.

All money raised will go to the Action Aid and Médecins Sans Frontières charities to help the aid effort in Haiti.

See for more information and ticket details.

The Haiti Eathquake Fundraiser line-up is:

Paul Weller
KT Tunstall
Reverend And The Makers
Bombay Bicycle Club
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
The Magic Numbers
Mr Hudson
Othello Woolf
Seasick Steve
The Futureheads

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