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shame, Sleeper, IDER, and whenyoung are teaming up for a gig to raise money for CALM and Mind

The show is in memory of live agent, Chris Meredith.
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Published: 2:47 pm, November 15, 2019
shame, Sleeper, IDER, and whenyoung are teaming up for a gig to raise money for CALM and Mind

shame (pictured), Sleeper, IDER, and whenyoung are teaming up for a gig to raise money for CALM and Mind.

Held at the O2 Academy Islington, London on 1st December, the show is in memory of ATC Live agent Chris Meredith, who lost his battle with depression in September.

Simon Gunning, CEO of the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), says: "As an organisation that has always worked closely with the music community, we're proud to partner with ATC Live to honour the memory of Chris Meredith.

"It's great to have the support of such brilliant artists in raising awareness of the services that are available to anyone who may be struggling, and donations contribute towards the operation of CALM's free and anonymous helpline and webchat which are open every day, 5pm-midnight."

Tickets will go on sale from 10am on Tuesday 19th November.

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