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MNEK, Akala and more are taking part in music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins’ Get Loud gig series

This year's event takes place on Wednesday 25th September.
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Published: 10:22 am, August 06, 2019
MNEK, Akala and more are taking part in music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins’ Get Loud gig series

MNEK, Akala and more are taking part in music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins’ Get Loud gig series.

The long list of musicians will perform one-off shows all on the same evening, Wednesday 25th September, at venues up and down the country, including London’s XOYO (MNEK), Leeds’ Brudenell Social Club (Reef) and Brighton’s Komedia (10cc).

Also on the bill are Louise Redknapp, Frank Turner, Sigala, Scouting For Girls, Skindred, Nazareth, Hollie Cook, and Fat Cops, with all the proceeds going directly to the charity.

The full details are:

Louise Redknapp - London, Omeara
Frank Turner - Portsmouth, The Wedgewood Rooms
Sigala - Liverpool, Liverpool Arts Club, The Loft
Fat Cops - Glasgow, G2, The Garage
Skindred - Middlesbrough, Town Hall
Nazareth - P.J. Molloys, Dunfermline
10cc - Brighton, Komedia
Reef - Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
Akala - Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
MNEK - London, XOYO
Scouting For Girls - Harrow, Trinity
Hollie Cook - Brighton, The Prince Albert

Tickets go on sale from 10am on Friday, 9th August. Visit nordoff-robbins.org.uk/getloud19 for more information.

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