Hard-Fi and The Big Pink are going to play a gig for Stand Up To Cancer

The London show will take place on 6th February.

Hard-Fi have announced an intimate London show to benefit Stand Up To Cancer.

The Staines band, who made a long-awaited return last year, will headline the Union Chapel in Islington on Monday 6th February, two days after World Cancer Day. The Big Pink, Monster Florence, Tom A. Smith and néomí will open the show.

Speaking about the gig, HARD-Fi’s Richard Archer says: “Like so many people out there cancer has impacted our lives so much, we’ve lost dearly loved family members and friends to this shit disease. So we’re very happy to be involved with this years event, hopefully we can make a tiny contribution to having cancer f*ck off once and for all – and do that whilst having a great night out.”

Tickets are available now, priced at £35+ booking fee. The concert follows previous SU2C events featuring Lewis Capaldi, White Lies, Marika Hackman, Maisie Peters, Laura Mvula and Andy Burrows.

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