BRITs Week shows announced: The 1975, Anne-Marie, IDLES and Mabel among the acts confirmed for gigs

15 acts will perform intimate gigs during the week of the BRIT Awards in aid of War Child UK.

A series of intimate gigs by some of the UK's biggest acts have been announced, taking place during the week of the 2019 BRIT Awards. 

Now in its fifth year, the BRITs Week shows - which raise money for War Child UK - will see 15 acts perform at various small venues across London between February 11 - 22. 

The 1975, Anne-Marie and indie band IDLES are among those confirmed to play shows, while Jess Glynne will perform a special headline show at the O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire. 

Anne-Marie and Glynne along with Dua Lipa have picked up four nominations for this year's BRITs, which take place on February 21 and will be broadcast live on ITV from London's O2 Arena. Check out the full list of nominations here.

Other acts announced to play shows include rockers You Me At Six, London singer-songwriter Mabel and rapper AJ Tracey. 

Tickets for the shows are selected via a prize draw, which is open now at www.britsweekwarchild.co.uk and closes at 11.59pm on February 4. A limited number of tickets go on sale on Friday, January 18. 

See the full lineup for BRITs Week 2019 below: 

DATE

ARTISTS

VENUE

Monday 11th February

IDLES

100 Club

Monday 11th February

You Me At Six

Scala

Tuesday 12th February

Chris Difford songwriting masterclass

BRIT School

Tuesday 12th February

AJ Tracey

100 Club

Wednesday 13th February

Nick Mulvey

Wilton’s Music Hall

Wednesday 13th February

Enter Shikari

The Dome

Friday 15th February

Frank Turner

Omeara

Sunday 17th February

Mabel

Bush Hall

Monday 18th February

Jake Bugg with special guest Jade Bird

Omeara

Monday 18th February

Jess Glynne

O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

Monday 18th February

DJ Semtex & Friends

XOYO

Monday 18th February

The 1975

The Garage

Tuesday 19th February

Bring Me The Horizon

The Dome

Tuesday 19th February

Anne-Marie

Omeara

Friday 22nd February

Tom Odell

Omeara

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