Putting Faith In Youth


Hard Rock Cafe London is bringing the best of British emerging music talent together on Wednesday 21 March, hosting a night of live music in association with Youth Music’s ‘Give A Gig’ week.  The night aims to raise money for a charity investing in music-making projects for children and young people facing challenging circumstances.

Presented by Hard Rock Cafe and Hard Rock Heals, Youth Music: Live at the Hard Rock Cafe will bring top names from the UK’s breaking music scene together.  Among the artists performing is South Wales powerhouse Fire Fences who in their short time as a band have already earned accolades such as Firestone Battle of the Bands champion for 2017.  Also taking the stage will be Dead Days, Liam Jackson, AMiR, Hollie Rogers and Dusty Wagons.

The Hard Rock Heals Foundation is a global charity that believes music is the most universal medicine in existence. Each year, the Hard Rock Heals Foundation receives applications for grants from Hard Rock properties around the globe, which are then reviewed by the organisation’s Advisory Council.  This year Hard Rock Cafe London will be donating a $5,000 (USD) grant to Youth Music to invest in music-making projects for children and young people experiencing challenging circumstances.

Youth Music‘s Give a Gig Week runs from 16th to 25th March 2018. Artists such as Craig David, Pixie Lott, The Wombats, Newton Faulkner, Dream Wife, and Femme have all pledged their support for Give a Gig Week 2018.  They will be taking part in gigs across the world helping to raise funds for Youth Music, which supports 350 projects across the country for children and young people experiencing challenging circumstances.

What:                   Youth Music: Live at Hard Rock Cafe

When:                  Wednesday 21 March 2018

Where:                 Hard Rock Cafe London, 150 Old Park Ln, Mayfair, London W1K 1QZ 


Tickets:              Available here

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