On March 7th Rock For Refugees is coming to Peckham, to host an eclectic night of live music from some of 2017’s rising stars, all in support of UNICEF.
Based in the 120-year-old multi-level Bussey building and situated close to Peckham Rye Station, the CLF Art Café will open its doors to ticket buyers to enjoy four acclaimed new acts while raising money for a good cause.
Headlining the event is London’s feisty female duo Nova Twins, who have turned heads with their unique blend of grime, punk and hip-hop beats. Supporting them are riff-driven alt-rock trio Berries, whose electric live performances are jam-packed with charisma and energy from start to finish.
Also playing are one of Brighton’s most exciting up and coming bands The RPM’s, who last year headlined the BBC Introducing stage at Glastonbury Festival with their indie rock n roll, whilst opening the event is solo artist Non Canon playing acoustic music with an experimental twist.
Just minutes away from Peckham Rye Station, easily accessible by bus and a 10 minute train journey from Victoria this is a perfect opportunity for music lovers to enjoy some exceptional live music.
With events happening throughout the year Rock for Refugees works alongside UNICEF to ensure that the money raised goes directly to projects that help refugee children have a better future. These projects include funding access to water, housing and food to support families and help children access and remain in education.
Tickets are available from Eventbrite at £5 in advance or can be purchased on the door at £6. Doors will open at 7pm and is strictly 18+.