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BRITs Week

See some of the biggest and most exciting names in music in intimate venues across the UK – all whilst raising money for children whose lives have been torn apart by war.

The money raised from BRITs Week 2024 has helped 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 vulnerable children and their families can survive. War Child aim to reach children as early as possible when conflict breaks out and stay to support them through their recovery. 

From Ukraine, Gaza, and Afghanistan to DRC, CAR, Syria and Iraq, your support will give children what they deserve: hope for a brighter future. 

War Child has been working with artists, labels and the music industry to release records and put on unforgettable shows for nearly 30 years. Together we have raised vital funds to support children affected by conflict.
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Since 2009, War Child has been staging shows around the BRIT Awards in partnership with the BPI and AEG – where big artists play small venues for a great cause every year.

Each year, fans can buy tickets for a stellar line-up of intimate shows or donate £7 for the chance to win a pair of tickets. We’re proud that some of the biggest artists in the world have played BRITs Week shows including Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Florence + the Machine, Bastille, AJ Tracey, Idles, The 1975, alt-J, Jessie Ware, Yungblud, Anne-Marie, Mabel and many more.

To date, BRITs Week has raised over £7 million to support War Child’s work with a huge reach across press and social media every year.

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