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alert-–-brits-week-line-up-revealed:-aitch,-the-last-dinner-party-and-you-me-at-six-scheduled-to-play-ahead-of-march-awards-showAlert – BRITs Week line-up REVEALED: Aitch, The Last Dinner Party and You Me At Six scheduled to play ahead of March awards show

The line-up for BRITs Week 2024 has been revealed with a set of huge artists due to perform at some of the country’s most intimate venues in the lead-up to March’s BRIT Awards.

The list includes The Last Dinner Party, Aitch and You Me At Six who are all making one-off performances in aid of War Child – a charity promoting the rights of children caught up in conflict.

Last year’s BRITs week featured The Hunna, Years & Years and Beabadoobee.

While the BRIT Awards this year is on March 2, the BRITs week performances actually stretch beyond that date this year. 

Find the full list of performers this year below, as well as where they are playing and how to get tickets.

Aitch, (pictured), The Last Dinner Party and You Me At Six are scheduled to play ahead of March awards show

Aitch, (pictured), The Last Dinner Party and You Me At Six are scheduled to play ahead of March awards show 

The full list, which also includes The Last Dinner Party (pictured), was released this month

The full list, which also includes The Last Dinner Party (pictured), was released this month

As well as You Me At Six, Cian Ducrot (pictured) is playing the first day of BRITs Week, at London's Union Chapel

As well as You Me At Six, Cian Ducrot (pictured) is playing the first day of BRITs Week, at London’s Union Chapel

Who is playing for BRITs Week 2024?

Cian Ducrot, Union Chapel, London, February 19

Cian Ducrot is playing London’s Union Chapel on February 19.

The Irish singer, known for his powerful ballads released his first studio album last year, after he had supported Ed Sheeran for the first leg of his – Tour. 

You Me At Six, Concorde 2, Brighton, February 19

You Me At Six are celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2024. Pictured (L-R): Band members Max Helyer, Chris Miller, Josh Franceschi, Matt Barnes and Dan Flint

You Me At Six are celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2024. Pictured (L-R): Band members Max Helyer, Chris Miller, Josh Franceschi, Matt Barnes and Dan Flint

On the same day, rock band You Me At Six are performing at Concorde 2 in Brighton.

The Lived A Lie hitmakers are celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2024 after releasing their eighth album, Truth Decay last year.

The Surrey band will be supported by Scottish alternative rock band The Xcerts.

Keane, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London, February 20

Keane's performance for BRITs week comes during a break in their tour marking 20 years since their debut album Hopes And Fears

Keane’s performance for BRITs week comes during a break in their tour marking 20 years since their debut album Hopes And Fears

A Day Later, Keane are playing at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London, to break up their 2024 world tour which is running from January to December.

Keane are also celebrating a big anniversary – 20 years since their massive debut album Hopes And Fears, including the lead single Somewhere Only We Know. 

Indie artist Oscar Lang will be opening Keane’s O2 set. 

Ash, The 100 Club, London, February 21

Ash (pictured in 2007) have been releasing music for nearly 30 years

Ash (pictured in 2007) have been releasing music for nearly 30 years

On February 21, Northern Irish rock band Ash are playing The 100 Club in London.

Their first album – 1977, released in 1996 – hit number one in the UK charts and they have consistently released albums since with Race The Night peaking at number 14 last year. 

Brummie band Big Image will be the support act for Ash.

Baby Queen, Lafayette, London, February 21

Indie-pop rising star Baby Queen (seen last year) supported Olivia Rodrigo in 2022

Indie-pop rising star Baby Queen (seen last year) supported Olivia Rodrigo in 2022

Also that day, indie pop rising star Baby Queen is playing across town at London’s Lafayette.

The South African singer supported Olivia Rodrigo on her 2022 tour before releasing her second album last year – which reached number 5 in the UK charts. 

Aitch, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, London, February 21

Pictured is Aitch on Glastonbury's Pyramid Stage last June

Pictured is Aitch on Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage last June

Lastly on February 21, Aitch is playing the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire – a day after Keane will have played the venue.

Aitch has already established himself as one of the UK’s best young artists, playing Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage last summer. 

Hip-hop duo A1xJ1, who collaborated with Aitch, on the song Latest Trends which peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart in 2021 will be his support act.

Pendulum, HERE at Outernet, London, February 23

n electronic band Pendulum are going on a European tour shortly after their BRITs week bow at HERE at Outernet, London

n electronic band Pendulum are going on a European tour shortly after their BRITs week bow at HERE at Outernet, London

Two days later, on February 23, electronic band Pendulum are playing London basement venue HERE at Outernet.

Shortly after the BRITs Week show, Pendulum are embarking on a six-month European tour.

AURORA, Lafayette, London, February 26

Norwegian singer AURORA will play at the iconic Lafayette venue at Pancras Square

Norwegian singer AURORA will play at the iconic Lafayette venue at Pancras Square 

Norwegian pop singer AURORA will play Lafayette on February 26, three days after Pendulum play at HERE at Outernet. 

In 2015, AURORA’s vocals were used on the John Lewis 2015 Christmas advert, and she sang a cover of the 1998 Oasis hit Half the World Away.

Gabriels, Ronnie Scott’s, London, February 27

Gabriels has already been to the BRITs, having been nominated in the International group of the year category

Gabriels has already been to the BRITs, having been nominated in the International group of the year category

British-American three-piece band Gabriels will play at the Ronnie Scott’s on February 27 for a special late night show.

The gospel trio were nominated at the 2023 BRITs for International group of the year and they performed the 22nd Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April 2023.

Sleaford Mods, Scala, London, February 28

Post-punk duo Sleaford Mods have released 12 albums since 2007, with last years UK Grim the most successful in the charts

Post-punk duo Sleaford Mods have released 12 albums since 2007, with last years UK Grim the most successful in the charts 

The next week post-punk duo Sleaford Mods are playing at London’s former cinema-turned-nightclub Scala.

The band have released 12 studio albums since 2007 with last year’s UK Grim the best performing – peaking at third in the charts.

CMAT, Bush Hall, London, March 1

Irish singer-songwriter CMAT (above) is performing at Bush Hall, London, the day before the big awards show

Irish singer-songwriter CMAT (above) is performing at Bush Hall, London, the day before the big awards show

The night before the big awards show, Irish singer-songwriter CMAT is performing at Bush Hall, London.

The 27-year-old has released two albums in the last two years with the first entering the Irish charts at number one. 

Eccentric singer Lorraine Bowen will be the support act for the Irish singer. 

Venbee, Omeara, London, March 1

Venbee (pictured) is playing at Omeara, London, on March 1

Venbee (pictured) is playing at Omeara, London, on March 1

Also on March 1, Venbee is playing across the city at Omeara, London.

Venbee, born Erin Vemby Anna Doyle, is a member of Loud LDN – a British collective of female and gender-expansive artists based in the capital.

The Last Dinner Party, The Trades Club, Hebden Bridge, March 4

The Last Dinner Party have been named both the BRIT Awards' 2024 Rising Star, and BBC Radio 1's Sound of 2024

The Last Dinner Party have been named both the BRIT Awards’ 2024 Rising Star, and BBC Radio 1’s Sound of 2024

Away from London, The Last Dinner Party are rounding off BRITs week in Hebden Bridge, at The Trades Club on March 4.

In the past few weeks, the indie-rock quartet have been named both the BRIT Awards’ 2024 Rising Star, and BBC Radio 1’s Sound of 2024.

Alternative pop singer Rachel Chinouriri will be joining The Last Dinner Party as support act that evening.

More support acts are to be announced. 

How do I get tickets for BRITs Week?

People can get tickets for BRITs week through a prize draw or limited sale, with the former now open.

To enter the prize draw and win tickets to see the artist of their choice, fans can make a £7 donation for one entry, a £15 donation for three entries, or a £30 donation for fifteen entries, to War Child. 

Limited tickets will be on general sale from 10am on Friday, January 19, but people can access a presale, making tickets available a day earlier if they have subscribed by 3pm on Wednesday, January 17.

        BRIT AWARDS 2024 – THE                          NOMINATIONS IN FULL  

SONG OF THE YEAR 

Calvin Harris – Miracle

Ray – Prada

Central Cee – Let Go

Dave – Sprinter

Dua Lipa – Dance the Night

Ed Sheeran – Eyes Closed

J Hus – Who Told You

Kenya Grace – Strangers

Lewis Capaldi – Wish you the best

Pink Pantheress – Boy’s a Liar

RAYE – Escapism

Rudimental – Dancing is Healing

Stormzy – Firebae

Switch Disco – React

Venebee – Messy in Heaven

BEST NEW ARTIST 

Mahalia

Olivia Dean

Pinkpantheress

RAYE

Yuseff Dayes

ARTIST OF THE YEAR  

Arlo Parks

Central Cee

Dave

Dua Lipa

Fred Again… 

J Hus

Jessie Ware

Little Simz

Olivia Dean

RAYE  

GROUP OF THE YEAR  

Blur

Chase & Status

Headie One and K-Trap

Jungle

Young Fathers

INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF THE YEAR  

Blink 182

Boygenius

Foo fighters

Gabriels

Paramore

DANCE ACT  

Barry Can’t Swim

Becky Hill

Calvin Harris

Fred Again… 

Romy
R&B ACT 

Cleo Sol

Jorja smith

Mahalia

RAYE

Sault

ALTERNATIVE ROCK  

Blur

Bring Me The Horizon

The Rolling Stones

Young Fathers

Yusseff Dayes

HIP HOP/GRIME/RAP ACT

CASSIEDEAD 

Central Cee

Dave

J Hus

Little Simz

POP ACT  

Calvin Harris 

Charli XCX

Dua Lipa

Olivia Dean

RAYE

INTERNATIONAL ARTIST  

Asake

Burna Boy

Caroline Polachek

CMAT

Kylie Minogue

Lana del Rey

Miley Cyrus

Olivia Rodrigo

SZA

Taylor Swift

INTERNATIONAL SONG OF THE YEAR  

Billie Eilish – What Was I Made For

David Kushner – Daylight

Doja Cat – Paint The Town Red

Jazzy – Giving Me

Libianca – People 

Meghan Trainer – Made You Look

Miley Cyrus – Flowers  

Noah Kahan – Stick Season

Oliver Tree – Miss you

Olivia Rodrigo – Vampire

Peggy Gou – It Goes Like

Rema – Calm Down 

SZA – Kill Bill

Tate McRae – Greedy –

Tyla – Water

ALBUM OF THE YEAR  

Blur – the Ballad of Darren

J Hus – Beautiful

Little Simz – No Thank You

RAYE – My 21st Century Blues

Young Fathers – Heavy Heavy

BRIT RISING STAR  

Caity Baser 

Sekou Island 

The Last Dinner Party (Winner) 

 

 

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