Busta Rhymes set for free Royal Albert Hall gig

Rapper to perform for young volunteers

Busta Rhymes will play a free gig at London‘s Royal Albert Hall for young volunteers in the city.

Around 5,000 tickets are available for people who volunteer for four hours on a community project.

Busta Rhymes and three other yet-to-be-announced stars will then perform at the gig on September 26.

The organisers, Orange RockCorps, are setting up 50 volunteer projects between now and the date of the gig where fans can earn their tickets, which won’t be available any other way.

Projects will also take place in Manchester, Newcastle, Cardiff and Southampton, while the concert and projects will be shown on TV.

The scheme has been running in the US for four years and has hosted gigs by Kanye West, Panic! At The Disco, Nelly, Kelis and Nas.

Those interested in volunteering can register at orangerockcorps.co.uk.