The 1975 at The Garage? Bring Me The Horizon at The Dome? War Child BRITs Week 2019 has some amazing shows in store this February

Idles, You Me At Six and Enter Shikari are also joining the fun.

The 1975, IDLES, Bring Me The Horizon and loads more have announced intimate BRITs Week live shows.

The fifth year of the War Child event, together with O2, brings some big names to relatively small venues around London, raising money for children whose lives have been torn apart by war.

Running from 11th-22nd February (yes, that is basically two weeks – Ed), the series will see IDLES play the 100 Club on 11th February, with The 1975 getting up close and personal at The Garage on the 18th, and Bring Me The Horizon hitting The Dome a day later on the 19th.

There’ll also be shows by You Me At Six (Scala, 11th February), AJ Tracey (100 Club, 12th), Enter Shikari (The Dome, 13th), Mabel (Bush Hall, 17th) and Anne-Marie (Omeara, 19th), amongst others.

A prize draw to win tickets is open now and closes at 23:59 on Monday, 4th February. If you pay a £5 donation to War Child, you can be in with a chance of winning tickets to see the artist of your choice, and can enter as many times as you like. Enter here.

Alternatively, a limited number of tickets will go on sale to O2 Priority members on Wednesday (16th January), with a second batch available on general sale from Friday (18th January).

The full list of shows reads:

Monday 11th February
IDLES, 100 Club
You Me At Six, Scala

Tuesday 12th February

AJ Tracey, 100 CLub

Wednesday 13th February

Nick Mulvey, Wilton’s Music Hall
Enter Shikari, The Dome

Friday 15th February

Frank Turner, Omeara

Sunday 17th February

Mabel, Bush Hall

Monday 18th February

Jake Bugg with special guest Jade Bird, Omeara
Jess Glynne, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
DJ Semtex & Friends, XOYO
The 1975, The Garage

Tuesday 19th February

Bring Me The Horizon, The DOme
Anne-Marie, Omeara

Friday 22nd February

Tom Odell, Omeara

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