Mumford and Sons, Michael Kiwanuka, Daughter and more to play charity gig

  • Words: Spindle

Mumford and Sons have unveiled their plans for an intimate charity show at London’s St. Stephen’s Church next month, with all proceeds going to The Felix Project. The band will be joined by a brilliant line-up, including Michael Kiwanuka, Bear’s Den, Daughter, Fat White Family, Palace, Lucy Rose, Isaac Gracie, and Charlie Cunningham, many of whom have joined the band at shows before. There will also be poetry from Money’s Jamie Lee, and the gig will end with a stripped back set from Mumford and Sons.

The Felix Project collects “good food for good causes,” gathering surplus food from supermarkets and wholesalers before delivering it to other London charities free of charge. Tickets for the event are being balloted, with 150 pairs of tickets available to win by making a £5 donation. The winners will be announced on 24th February.

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The gig will take place at St. Stephen’s Church, Shepherd Bush, London, on Friday 3rd March at 6.30pm. Click here to enter the ballot to win tickets.