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Charli XCX to play one-off date at tiny Brighton venue for Revive Live tour

She'll head to Concorde 2 at the end of next month

By Nick Reilly

Charli wears bodysuit by House of Harlot (Picture: Jack Bridgland)
Charli wears bodysuit by House of Harlot (Picture: Jack Bridgland)

The National Lottery and the Music Venue Trust (MVT) have announced further details of their summer Revive Live Tour.

It comes after the campaign was initially launched to provide a significant boost for grassroots venue post-Covid, with initial performances coming from the likes of Wolf Alice and Sam Fender.

Last month saw organisers confirming new dates for Paolo Nutini, Sleaford Mods and a show from Charli XCX.

Today (July 5), it’s been confirmed that Charli’s one-off show will take place at the Concorde 2 in Brighton on August 31, a venue with a capacity of just 600 people.

“I love playing in Brighton and I’m so happy to be going there to support Concorde 2 and bring energy and fun back into the space,” said Charli.

Other new artists to join the line-up include Rae Morris, Callum Beatie, The XCERTS, The Twang, Nimmo, CVC, Clt Drp, Declan Welsh & The Decadent West, Sick Joy and Low Girl.

Tickets for the shows go on sale at 10am BST this Thursday (July 7) – you can buy yours here.

Mark Davyd, CEO of Music Venue Trust, previously said: “At a time when many people are facing a tough financial situation it’s fantastic that The National Lottery are supporting the return of live music with such a fantastic two-for-one offer on tickets for fans.

“There are some absolutely unmissable and essential one-off events, but most importantly the Revive Live partnership between The National Lottery and Music Venue Trust is once again putting support behind new and emerging artists who need it the most.”