Opening the debut Music 4 Mental Health fundraising concert with a very special stripped back acoustic set is none other than Ed Sheeran – one of the world’s biggest and best-selling pop-stars of all time. A sofa-surfer turned megastar has seen global success, not only topping the charts but breaking them; last March the ‘Perfect’ and ‘Galway Girl’ singer had nine songs in the top 10 at the same time. A prominent previous supporter of the #IAMWHOLEcampaign and a figure who hasn’t been shy to vocalise his own journey with mental health, we are thrilled to have Ed kicking off proceedings with his stripped back set.
Also joining the bill alongside Ed Sheeran, Anne-Marie and Olly Murs on Sunday 18th November is pop phenomenon Ella Eyre. Described by the Evening Standard as a ‘Brit Beyonce’, the Brit school graduate was first catapulted to success as a guest vocalist on Rudimental’s No 1 track ‘Waiting All Night’, and since then has won over audiences around the world with her uptempo blend of galeforce and soulful vocals and high energy R&B vibes. Another figure who has been a strong advocate for mental health, Music 4 Mental Health looks forward to welcoming Ella to the Roundhouse stage.
X Factor star James Arthur is also confirmed to play the showcase. After taking a step away from the limelight, the balladeer is back in full force following the success of his 2016 album ‘Back From the Edge‘ which detailed his personal struggles with anxiety disorders. Having first cemented his popstar status with his BRIT nominated single “Impossible”, the record became the biggest selling X Factor single of all time. James returned in 2016 with his second number 1 single “Say You Won’t Go” and a renewed passion for tackling the stigma surrounding mental health through his music, which is why Music 4 Mental Health is thrilled James will lend his pitch perfect voice and ultra loyal fanbase to the worthy cause.
An evening set to bring incredible individuals, influential communities and the most prolific names in British music together under one roof, Music 4 Mental Health is set to be unforgettable fundraising concert at London’s renowned Roundhouse on 18th November 2018.
Tickets to Music 4 Mental Health will be available from 8am from Friday 7th September via official Roundhouse.org.uk and via Whole.org.uk. Tickets will cost £85 (subject to booking fees).
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