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Ricky Martin And Nile Rodgers Confirmed For London Autism Rocks Sessions Series

Friday, 15 July 2016 Written by Jon Stickler

Ricky Martin and Nile Rodgers will perform as part of the Autism Rocks Sessions series later this year in London.

Following up last month's Autism Rocks Tribute to Prince concert, the Autism Rocks Sessions series will kick off with a performance from the Livin' la Vida Loca singer at the Eventim Apollo on September 23, while the disco pioneer is set to hit the stage later in the year on December 23.

Tickets for the Ricky Martin date are on sale from 10am on July 22, priced from £35.00 and £55.00, with all proceeds going to the Autism Research Trust.

Autism Rocks Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri September 23 2016 - LONDON Eventim Apollo (Ricky Martin)
Fri December 23 2016 - LONDON Eventim Apollo (Nile Rodgers)

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