BRITs Week together with O2 for War Child are giving you the chance to see some of the biggest names in music performing in intimate venues this February, to raise money for children affected by conflict.
FOALS join Bastille, Catfish and The Bottlemen, Bombay Bicycle Club, YUNGBLUD, Sigrid, Tom Walker, Louis Tomlinson, Jack Savoretti, Gang of Youths, Tom Grennan, Nothing But Thieves and Declan McKenna in playing exclusive shows for BRITs Week Together With O2 For War Child.
Recently nominated for Best Group at The BRIT Awards 2020, FOALS will be headlining a one-off show at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Monday February 17. With a UK headline tour taking place throughout May, which will include three sold-out nights at London’s Olympia, their one-off set at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire is a rare opportunity to see FOALS in a truly intimate setting.
Multi-platinum selling BRIT Award winners Bastille will be performing their acclaimed Reorchestrated show with a six strong choir and nineteen piece orchestra at The London Palladium, while BRIT-winning live sensation Catfish and The Bottlemen play the first ever show at West London’s newest venue Exhibition London. Alongside this, returning indie chart-toppers Bombay Bicycle Club, Yorkshire’s genre-bending showman YUNGBLUD, Scandi-pop superstar Sigrid, 2019 BRITs British Breakthrough winner Tom Walker and English-Italian troubadour Jack Savoretti will all be performing in intimate and special venues across the capital. They’re joined on the bill by global megastar Louis Tomlinson, Aussie indie-rockers Gang of Youths, breakthrough singer-songwriter Tom Grennan, Southend’s alt-rock heroes Nothing But Thieves and London-born musician Declan McKenna.
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 17th. On O2? Priority Tickets go on sale at 9am on Wednesday 15th. Find out more info here.