Children in Need Rocks is a charitable musical event in support of Children In Need. Formed by Gardy Barlow, the first event took place in 2009 and saw performances from the likes of Take That, Muse and Lily Allen.
Another event followed in 2011, with Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Lady Gaga and Jessie J. In 2013 Robbie Williams, Dizzee Rascal, Little Mix, Ellie Goulding, Rizzle Kicks, Bastille, and Passenger performed. In 2016 Children In Need Rocks returned with Take That, Ellie Goulding, Olly Murs, Gregory Porter, Michael Ball, Alfie Boe, Rick Astley, Alexander Armstrong, The Vamps, and Ward Thomas, in memory of longtime Children In Need presenter Terry Wogan.
Children In Need Rocks the 80s hits Londons SSE Arena with Bananarama, Boy George, Erasure, Europe, Imagination, Jason Donovan, Katrina From And The Waves, Louisa Johnson, Nick Heyward, OMD, and UB40 Featuring Ali, Astro and Mickey, this October. Catch them live by checking out the ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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Manchester,London MEN arena, Hammersmith eventim apollo on November 13 2013
I've been to the concert in 2013 and 2011? they were both fantastic with great line ups both times. The first time we went my favourites were Coldplay and Ed Sheeran as they were both great live and I love their music so was singing along. The atmosphere was amazing as everyone was having such a good time singing along, having fun wearing pudsey ears knowing it was all for a good cause. When I went in London it was a Wednesday night so had to rush down on the train after school from Manchester which meant we were slightly late but walked in to hear Bastille performing Rhythm Of The Night which just perfected the atmosphere as people were jumping up and down. Another of my favourites was Ellie Goulding and Tom Odell because I constantly listen to them and to see them live was a dream come true. Overall they were both such fun nights especially the after party at the Hammersmith Apollo as the lindt lindors were a great touch to end the evening. Both line ups contained someone for everyone so my family enjoyed it as it wasn't all new singers. My mum especially liked Tom Jones.