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The Last Dinner Party, Baby Queen and more to play BRITs Week gigs for War Child

Aitch, You Me At Six, Sleaford Mods and more will also play gigs across the country in February and March.

By Will Richards

The Last Dinner Party at the Rolling Stone UK Awards 2023 (Picture: Kit Oates)

The Last Dinner Party, Baby Queen, CMAT and more lead the line-up for 2024’s BRITs Week – see the full line-up of charity gigs below.

Across late February and early March, bands and artists will play the annual run of gigs across the UK in support of War Child. Also on the bill are Aitch, You Me At Six, Sleaford Mods and more.

The gigs come around the 2024 BRIT Awards, set for March 2 at The O2 in London. Last month, The Last Dinner Party were confirmed as the winners of the 2024 BRITs Rising Star Award, following in the footsteps of Sam FenderAdele and Florence & The Machine.

It followed the band winning our own Rising Star Award at last year’s Rolling Stone UK Awards in collaboration with Rémy Martin, where they also opened the show by performing ‘My Lady of Mercy’.

See the full list of 2024 BRITs Week gigs below.

19 – Cian Ducrot – Union Chapel, London
19 – You Me At Six – Concorde 2, Brighton
20 – Keane – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London
21 – Ash – The 100 Club, London
21 – Baby Queen – Lafayette, London
21 – Aitch – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London
23 – Pendulum – HERE at Outernet, London
28 – Sleaford Mods – Scala, London

MARCH 2024
1 – CMAT – Bush Hall, London
1 – Venbee – Omeara, London
4 – The Last Dinner Party – The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge

Speaking of the 2024 gigs and their importance to the charity, Clare Sanders Wright, Senior Music Manager at War Child said: “I am so excited to announce the lineup for BRITs Week 2024 and thankful to all of the brilliant artists donating their time to raise vital funds in aid of War Child. The past year is one that we will never, ever forget. Children have paid with their homes and their lives for wars they didn’t start. And then, there are the children who don’t make the headlines – children who might be completely forgotten.

“But there is hope. War Child help children put the pieces back together. The money raised from BRITs Week 2024 will help War Child keep children safe. Whether it’s mental health first aid, food, or shelter, War Child work in the hardest-to-reach places to ensure that children and their families have hope for a brighter future. We are so grateful to the artists and our partners for supporting BRITs Week 24. Thank you.”