The 1975, Craig David to play intimate charity gigs during BRITs week

Paul Weller, Richard Hawley, Wild Beasts and Anne-Marie will also take part in the charity gig series.

The 1975, Craig David and Wild Beasts are to play intimate charity gigs for Warchild during BRITs week next month.

The charity gig series will also feature an acoustic evening from Richard Hawley featuring special guest Paul Weller. Other acts set to perform during the run of one-off London shows include Tinie Tempah, Rag’n’Bone Man, Basement Jaxx, Rick Astley and Anne-Marie.

The 1975, who had teased an intimate London gig for February last week, will play The Dome in Tufnell Park on February 21, the eve of the BRIT Awards. Craig David will take to the stage at Brixton Electric on February 16, while Richard Hawley and Paul Weller’s acoustic evening will take place at Union Chapel on February 16 too.


Wild Beasts’ War Child gig will take place at new venue Omeara on February 24.

Tickets for all gigs go on sale at 9.00am on Friday (January 20) at A limited number of tickets for some shows will be available to O2 customers via PriorityTickets from 9.00 am on Wednesday (January 18).

Check out the full list of gigs below.

Tue Feb 14 2017 – Tinie Tempah, Lianne La Havas, Anne Marie – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
Tue Feb 14 2017 – Rag ‘n’ Bone Man – Clapham Grand
Wed Feb 15 2017 – WSTRN, Stefflon Don, Avelino, Abra Cadabra, Yxng Bane – Kamio
Thu Feb 16 2017 – Craig David presents TS5 – Brixton Electic
Thu Feb 16 2017 – Richard Hawley plus special guest Paul Weller – Union Chapel
Tue Feb 21 2017 – Basement Jaxx, Dingwalls
Tue Feb 21 2017 – The 1975 – The Dome, Tufnell Park
Tue Feb 21 2017 – Jack Savoretti, Hoxton Hall
Thu Feb 23 2017 – Rick Astley, Jazz Cafe
Fri Feb 24 2017 – Wild Beasts, Omeara

The War Child BRITs weeks series has been running since 2009 and last year’s gigs raised over £560,000 for the charity. Liana Mellotte of War Child said: “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.”