You Me At Six To Play Intimate Charity Gig In February | Music News
They’ve recently finished a massive tour with All Time Low, and now, You Me At Six have announced that they will be playing an intimate charity gig at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen on February 22. Donations will go to War Child, who will also be giving fans the chance to win tickets. With the capacity of the venue only fitting 260 people, this gig will be a little different to what the band have been used to.
War Child is a charity that protects children living in the world’s most dangerous war zones. To be in with a chance of going to the gig, all you have to do is head to www.warchild.org.uk/passport or text YMAS to 88450 to donate. Every £4.50 donation enters you into the lottery to win a pair of tickets, so there’s even more reason to get involved.
The gig will be run by Passport Back To The Bars who have arranged a week of one-off shows in super intimate venues from February 16 to February 24. As well as You Me At Six, there are also the likes of Elbow, The Vaccines and Bastille in the line ups. A limited number of tickets for the shows will be available via O2 Priority. O2 Priority customers will be able to enter the prize draws for all the shows from 9am on January 26th via the app. For terms and conditions, visit o2.co.uk/terms.
The full list of dates, venues and donation details for the gigs are below:
February 16th: The Vaccines, Dublin Castle, London
Text VACCINES to 88450
February 19th: Duran Duran, Wilton’s Music Hall, London
Text DURAN to 88450
February 19th: RIDE, 100 Club, London
Text RIDE to 88450
February 22nd: You Me At Six, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen, London
Text YMAS to 88450
February 23rd: Bastille, Sofar Sounds House Party, London
Text BASTILLE to 88450
February 24th: Elbow, The Roadhouse, Manchester
Text ELBOW to 88450
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