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September 2019
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Deaf Havana are raising money for War Child with their just-announced November tour

£1 from each ticket sale will go to the charity.
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Published: 10:48 am, August 14, 2019
Deaf Havana are raising money for War Child with their just-announced November tour

Deaf Havana are raising money for War Child with their just-announced November tour.

The foursome will play six shows this winter, partnering with PLUS1.org so that £1 from every ticket sale goes to War Child to protect, educate and stand up for the rights of children caught up in war.

Frontman James Veck-Gilodi explains: “We’re super excited to be heading back out on our final Rituals UK dates in November, to a few of the places we haven’t visited last time around. On this tour we’ll be teaming up with War Child to help support them and bring awareness to the essential work they do. War Child is such an amazing charity and helps children all over the world that are affected by conflict and war. We’re so happy to once again be able to give something back to this incredible organisation.”

The tour will visit:

NOVEMBER
6 Brighton Concorde 2
7 Oxford Academy
9 Wolverhampton Steel Mill
11 Bournemouth Old Fire Station
12 Northampton Roadmender
13 Leeds Stylus

Tickets go on general sale from Friday 16th August.

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