Wolf Alice To Play Intimate London Show To Support UN Refugee Agency | Music News
Wolf Alice have announced a last minute intimate gig tonight (February 3) at Nambucca, a North London 300-capacity venue.
The proceeds from the small show will go to the UN Refugee Agency, a charity which helps Syrian families seeking refuge. The tickets, only available at the door from 7:30, will cost £ 10 and will only be sold to people who are 18 years or older.
The British band, who recently got nominated both at the BRIT Awards (Best British Breakthrough Act) and at the GRAMMYs (Rock Performance for “Moaning Lisa Smile”), announced the gig via Twitter, saying: “We’ll be hanging out, taking song requests (not nosedive) and drinking lagers. Come support a good cause with us xxx”.
We'll be hanging out, taking song requests (not nosedive) and drinking lagers. Come support a good cause with us xxx pic.twitter.com/1pTdcFRSsH
— wolf alice (@wolfalicemusic) February 2, 2016
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