Unveiling its final names for its inaugural show Music 4 Mental Health has unveiled four new names for its star-studded bill.
Leading the charge is British rapper Professor Green. Performing tracks from his three studio albums, Professor Green is known for his incredible live performances, as well as his critically acclaimed documentaries.
Nothing But Thieves, gearing up for a sold-out performance at Alexandra Palace just a week later, will be making a one-off stop at The Roundhouse for the event, bringing select tracks from their highly acclaimed two albums.
Joining them will also be singer-songwriter Louis Berry and internationally recognised poet Hussain Manawer, who’s work challenges the stigma surrounding mental health.
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The fundraiser will see the likes of Anne-Marie, Ed Sheeran, Ella Eyre, James Arthur, Jordan Stephens, and Olly Murs, as well as the new names announced today take the stage at London’s Roundhouse to raise awareness and break the stigma on mental health. Organised by charity #IAMWHOLE, in partnership with CALM, the YMCA and The Mix.
Alongside today’s new names, a limited number of tickets for the show on November 18th have been released, for more information on the one-night spectacular and tickets head over to the #IAMWHOLE website.