Hall - Standing
Fresh from selling out Brixton Academy for the second time this April and a homecoming Reading Festival show, Sundara Karma will headline a night presented by Chess Club Records and DIY, also featuring Phoebe Green & Alfie Templeman.
This show is part of Warchild Presents Safe & Sound, which is set to become an annual event celebrating the best of alternative and leftfield artists and sits alongside War Child’s February series War Child BRITs Week Together With O2, where fans have a chance to see the biggest acts in intimate venues. This year’s BRITs Week series raised over £500,000 with sold out performances from Jess Glynne, The 1975, Bring Me The Horizon, Idles, Mabel, AJ Tracey and many more.
The events will be raising awareness of the importance of mental health for young people and the psychosocial needs for children in war, alongside highlighting the mental health needs for those in the music industry.
Sundara Karma on War Child and their work - “It’s very easy to disengage from the horror in this world but it is our moral duty to confront that right now there are children being denied a right to live and a future to look forward to. War Child are doing an outstanding job in raising awareness for the vulnerable and aiding those in need of help. We’re looking forward to the playing this show immensely and adding our voice to the cause.”
16+ only. 16s to 17s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.