Stereo MC's, D'INFLUENCE and Alabama 3 are just three of the acts appearing in London from May 25-28 at Amnesty's Right Vibes event...

Stereo MC’s,Faithless, D’INFLUENCE, ALABAMA 3 (pictured), HEATHER NOVA and DEEJAY PUNK-ROC are appearing at London Harlesden Mean Fiddler from May 25-28 to support Amnesty International’s Right Vibes event marking the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration Of Human Rights.

The fundraising week culminates in a party at London’s Kentish Town Forum on May 29. The campaign aims to get people to pledge their commitment to human rights and join Amnesty International. It plans to highlight campaigns for individuals such as Ngawang Sangdrol, a Tibetan Buddhist nun sentenced to 18 years in a Chinese prison for composing and recording anti-Chinese songs.

For more information, ring the box office on 0171 344 0044. Tickets for the shows are available from NME‘s 24-hour ticketline on 0870 1212 500. All calls are charged at national (UK) standard rate.


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