Kasabian to play Brits after-party
Published 29/01/2010 | 15:33
Kasabian, La Roux and Calvin Harris are to play a special post-Brit Awards after-party for charity.
The show, set to be a hot ticket with just 2,000 fans allowed in, is being staged for War Child on February 16 at the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire in London shortly after the awards bash finishes.
Last year War Child's Brits afterparty was headlined by The Killers and Coldplay, with special guest appearances from Gary Barlow and Bono - and organisers say there will be surprise artists turning up at next month's event.
Kasabian said: "It will be an inspirational night all round."
The charity aims to protect children who are affected by war and its consequences, including street children.
Mark Waddington, the CEO of War Child said: "The effects of war on children are not going away.
"This event will continue to remind people about the innocent victims of war and their plight, and it will raise much-needed money."
Ticket prices are £50 and O2 customers can get priority tickets from 9am Monday 1st Feb. For further information visit www.O2Priority.co.uk.