Jake Bugg Announces ‘Football Rocks’ Charity Tournament | Music News
Jake Bugg has organised a charity football tournament with all proceeds going to the British Heart Foundation and the Robin Hoodie Foundation, a charity set up by the Nottingham born, singer-songwriter himself that provides musical equipment for schools. The tournament ‘Football Rocks’ will take place at Meadow Lane on May 16, with the likes of Reverend & The Makers, Saint Raymond, The Enemy, Catfish & The Bottlemen and many more showing off their skills on the footie pitch. Tickets for the day are only a tenner and can be purchased via Gigantic here.
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