Nordoff Robbins, the UK’s largest independent music therapy charity, is proud to announce the return of their ground-breaking Get Loud campaign which is supported by founding sponsors, SSE.
Taking place on Wednesday 26th September Get Loud will present ten celebrated UK artists performing at the same time in ten intimate locations around the UK. The eclectic range of artists performing this year are helping Nordoff Robbins celebrate the incredible diversity of their charity, as they reach out to anyone and everyone who can be helped by music therapy.
Tickets for the individual shows will cost £10 and go on sale via GetLoud.org.uk with all the proceeds going to raise awareness of the incredible work Nordoff Robbins does in their own centres and in their wide spanning partner organisations.
Taking over the London for the evening will be record-breaking songstress Katie Melua, ska-punk pioneers The Skints, the incredible Everything Everything and pop sensation Nina Nesbitt. All four acts will be playing remarkably intimate shows in venues in all corners of the capital, including The Garage, Omeara, Borderline and Birthdays.
Brighton will embrace a night of sophisticated and stylish pop from the ever classy All Saints and an explosive set from arena headliners Enter Shikariwhose incendiary performances mark them out as one of the best live bands in the UK. Ska icons The Beat, and the one of a kind party starter Hot Dub Time Machine, the phenomena who is taking over clubland worldwide will perform in Southampton.
Elsewhere, Grammy nominated Gilbert O’Sullivan will be treating fans to 70’s classics such as ‘Alone Again’, Bristol’s Fleece will host a night of glam grandeur with rock royalty The Darkness, and soul sovereign Lisa Stansfield will be bringing hits such as ‘There Goes My Heart’ and ‘All Around The World’ to Matt & Phreds prolific venue in Manchester.
As the UK’s leading independent music therapy charity, Nordoff Robbins celebrate the connection and joy music can bring to those with life-limiting illnesses, physical disabilities or emotional challenges. Working across the country they offer vital support through their dedicated open access centres and alongside over 150 partner organisations, where they have welcomed the likes of Chic’s Nile Rogers, Dame Shirley Bassey, Ellie Goulding, The Script, Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson, Rudimental and many more over the years to experience their work first-hand.
Their music therapists are trained to the highest of standards on their Master of Music Therapy (MMT) programme and work in schools, nurseries, hospitals, care homes, prisons and community centres, to make sure that they are reaching and supporting the UK’s most vulnerable and isolated people, when and where they need help most.
Since the campaigns inception in 2016, the charity have celebrated the power of music with some of the most influential names in music, raising an incredible £280,000 to date, funding the delivery of music therapy to thousands of vulnerable people across the UK.
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