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Enter Shikari And All Saints Among Acts Announced For Get Loud For Nordoff Robbins Shows

Tuesday, 31 July 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Photo: Tom Pullen

Enter Shikari, All Saints and Lisa Stansfield are among the acts announced for the Get Loud for Nordoff Robbins charity gig series this autumn.

Also confirmed to appear are Everything Everything, Nina Nesbitt, the Darkness, the Skints, Hot Dub Time Machine, Katie Melua, the Beat and Gilbert O'Sullivan.

They will perform on September 26 at various venues across the UK, which you can find listed below. Tickets go on sale at 9am on August 3, priced at £10.00 plus fees.

All proceeds will go towards raising awareness of the work of Nordoff Robbins, the UK’s largest independent music therapy charity. Head here for further details about the Get Loud gig series.

Get Loud for Nordoff Robbins Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Wed September 26 2018 - BRIGHTON Komedia (All Saints)
Wed September 26 2018 - BRIGHTON Concorde 2 (Enter Shikari)
Wed September 26 2018 - LONDON Garage (Everything Everything)
Wed September 26 2018 - LONDON Omeara (Nina Nesbitt)
Wed September 26 2018 - BRISTOL Fleece (The Darkness)
Wed September 26 2018 - LONDON Birthdays (The Skints)
Wed September 26 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Joiners (Hot Dub Time Machine)
Wed September 26 2018 - LONDON Borderline (Katie Melua)
Wed September 26 2018 - MANCHESTER Matt & Phreds (Lisa Stansfield)
Wed September 26 2018 - SOUTHAMPTON Engine Room (The Beat)
Wed September 26 2018 - GLASGOW Cottiers Theatre (Gilbert O'Sullivan)

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