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Sundara Karma and Stefflon Don have both signed up for War Child's Safe & Sound shows

They'll perform at EarTH in London.
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Published: 11:36 am, July 23, 2019
Sundara Karma and Stefflon Don have both signed up for War Child's Safe & Sound shows

Sundara Karma (pictured) and Stefflon Don are both going to play gigs at EarTH in London.

Sunny-K will perform on 28th August with support from Phoebe Green and Alfie Templeman, while Stefflon Don takes over the venue on 4th September, as part of War Child’s Safe & Sound shows.

Talking about the team-up, Steff says: “I feel honoured that War Child have asked me to play a show for them. No child should have to deal with the consequences of war and the thought of them doing this is alone is heartbreaking. War Child is an amazing charity protecting, educating and standing up for children affected by war.”

Tickets go general on sale at 9am on Friday, 26th July.

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