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Nordoff Robbins Announce Get Loud 2019

As the UK’s largest independent music therapy charity, Nordoff Robbins celebrates the connection and joy music can bring to those with life-limiting illnesses, physical disabilities or emotional challenges.

Nordoff Robbins, the UK’s largest independent music therapy charity, is proud to announce the return of their groundbreaking Get Loud campaign – bringing incredible artists to venues up and down the UK on one very special night.

After a phenomenal year in 2018 which saw the likes of Everything Everything, All Saints, Enter Shikari, The Darkness, Nina Nesbitt and more play unforgettable shows, 2019 sees Nordoff Robbins take things up a level – with Get Loud bringing more shows across the UK than ever before for an evening unlike any other in the musical calendar.

Taking place on Wednesday 25 September, Get Loud 2019 will present 12 celebrated UK artists performing at the same time in 12 intimate venues around the UK. The eclectic mix 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 ‘Get Loud Sessions’ will cost £10 and go on sale at 10am on Friday 9th August via GetLoud.org.uk with all the proceeds going directly to the charity. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the incredible work Nordoff Robbins does to use the power of music to enrich the lives of those affected by life-limiting illness, disability or isolation.

Louise Redknapp – London, Omeara
Frank Turner – Portsmouth, The Wedgewood Rooms
Sigala – Liverpool, Liverpool Arts Club, The Loft
Fat Cops – Glasgow, G2, The Garage
Skindred – Middlesbrough, Town Hall
Nazareth – P.J. Molloys, Dunfermline
10cc – Brighton, Komedia
Reef – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
Akala – Birmingham, Hare and Hounds
MNEK – London, XOYO
Scouting For Girls – Harrow, Trinity
Hollie Cook – Brighton, The Prince Albert