February 2022 will see London host a number of exclusive shows with some of the biggest names in music, all thanks to BRITs Week presented by Mastercard for War Child, the charity for children affected by conflict.
The first wave of acts announced includes Anne-Marie, Bastille, Joy Crookes, Maisie Peters, Becky Hill, Mimi Webb, Craig David presents TS5 and Damon Albarn, with more shows to be announced in January 2022.
Tickets to all shows are available as part of a prize draw, where entries require a £5 donation and multiple entries can be made. The prize draw closes at 11:59pm on Sunday 23rd January, so there’s plenty of time to enter.
A limited number of tickets will also be on sale from 10am on Friday 17th December, with Mastercard cardholders able to access an exclusive pre-sale access at 10am on Thursday 16th December.
For tickets and to enter the prize draw, visa the official BRITs Week website.
February 2022 line up announced so far:
Tuesday 1st – Anne-Marie – Lafayette, London
Wednesday 2nd – Joy Crookes – Omeara, London
Wednesday 2nd – Bastille – EartH Theatre, London
Thursday 3rd – Becky Hill – Lafayette, London
Thursday 3rd – Maisie Peters – Omeara, London
Saturday 5th – Mimi Webb – Omeara, London
Thursday 17th – Craig David presents TS5 Under The Bridge, London
Sunday 20th – Damon Albarn – Troxy, London
Ben Anderson, Head of Live at War Child said, “We are delighted to be working with BPI and AEG once again on another BRITs Week series. Whilst there was a temporary pause on all things live music over the past 12 months or so, there was no pause to the challenges facing children who live in conflict zones around the world. With conflict rates on the rise, and more children at risk, our work as a charity is never more needed. The whole music team and the wider War Child teams are very excited to be working on a fantastic series of gigs. There are some real treats for fans to see their favourite artists in some venues across the capital that they wouldn’t normally play, and we look forward to not only the gigs but also to raising much needed funds and awareness of the fantastic work that War Child do.”