Mumford & Sons, Daughter and Fat White Family are playing an intimate charity gig

The night lined up for March 3rd is set to raise funds for The Felix Project
Ever the loveable guys that they are, Mumford & Sons have announced a very special intimate charity gig for March 3rd, appearing on a bill with the likes of Michael Kiwanuka, Daughter and Fat White Family amongst others.

The night, which is also set to feature the likes of Palace, Lucy Rose, Bear’s Den, Isaac Gracie, Charlie Cunningham and a poetry performance from Money’s Jamie Lee – is to raise funds for The Felix Project, an organisation that collects surplus food from supermarkets and the such before delivering it to 50 charities across London. Taking place in the stunning St Stephen’s Church in London, you’re guaranteed for a pretty mesmeric night of stripped-back performances.

Tickets for the show are set to be decided by a limited ballot, with entrants asked to donate £5 to y’know – enter.

For more information on the show and to enter the ballot, head to The Felix Project right here,

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