1 night. 12 venues. 1 cause.
Nordoff Robbins Presents GET LOUD
On 25th September, 12 artists including Sigala will perform charity shows across the UK in aid of Nordoff Robbins.
Nordoff Robbins is the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, dedicated to enriching the lives of people affected by life limiting illness, isolation or disability. Their music therapists are expertly trained to tune into each movement, reaction and expression of the individuals they work with to discover how music can enrich their lives. This could be to unlock memories, to communicate where words have failed, to socially connect with family and friends, and to build confidence and self-esteem.
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.
Since Get Loud started in 2016, the charity has celebrated the power of music with some of the most influential names in music, raising an incredible £280,000 to date.
Sigala will be playing at The Loft, Liverpool Arts Club, after the release of his incredible single ‘Wish You Well’ with Becky Hill. The multi-million selling producer, artist and DJ is known for his innovative tracks which have featured the likes of Paloma Faith, Craig David, John Newman and Ella Eyre. Since he unleashed his debut #1 single ‘Easy Love’ to the world, Sigala has dominated the UK dance scene, proving his skills as a versatile artist.
Speaking of GET LOUD, Sigala said “On a personal level, I really want my music to have an impact on people – maybe if someone’s feeling down they’ll listen to one of my songs and it might cheer them up, and that’s a really powerful element to have in a song. So I am proud to be part of the Nordoff Robbins Get Loud 2019 campaign, it’s great to be supporting a charity whose focus is to also make positive changes to people’s lives through music”
Tickets for the individual ‘Get Loud Sessions’ will cost £10 with all the proceeds going directly to the charity.