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WARCHILD AT BRIXTON

War_child_logo2 On November 1, London's Brixton Academy is set to become a glittering hive of rock and pop goodness as Keane, The Magic Numbers, Pet Shop Boys, Lily Allen, Guillemots, Brendan Benson and Teddy Thompson lead the way through the launch night of War Child's Iraq Appeal.

Click MORE for information on how you can buy tickets and help the Warchild effort.

The gig will be preceding by five nights of warm up shows featuring up and coming bands from the London live scene and a larger event with Keane headlining the Manchester Apollo on October 31. 

Nambucca on Holloway Road, N7 will be the venue for the Dirty Rock 'n' Roll Festival featuring artists such as Goldrush, Broken Dolls, My Luminaries, Metro Riots and many more. The festival runs from 27th – 30 October. Entry will only be possible with a pair of War Child dog tags which can be purchased for £2 from HMV stores nationwide. All proceeds will go to War Child.

The main event in Brixton will be broadcast live on several radio stations including MOJO Radio (Tune in via Sky Digital channel 932, Freeview channel 721or via this very site). Tickets are available from www.aloud.com.

Please head over to www.warchildmusic.com / www.warchildiraqappeal.com for more information about this vitally important appeal.

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Posted by Ross_Bennett at 04:15PM | Categories: News