, the UK's largest independent music therapy charity, has announced the return of their Get Loud campaign
- bringing artists to venues up and down the UK on one very special night.
Taking place on Wednesday 25 September, Get Loud 2019
will present twelve celebrated UK artists performing at the same time in twelve intimate venues around the UK.
The eclectic mix of artists performing this year are helping Nordoff Robbins celebrate the diversity of their charity, as they reach out to anyone and everyone who can be helped by music therapy.
Julie Whelan, Chief Executive of Nordoff Robbins said:
"Our Get Loud campaign gives us the chance to highlight the way in which music can truly enrich the lives of people facing some very difficult challenges, and promote the work we are doing in communities right across the UK."
At Brighton's Komedia, 10cc
play an unbelievably small show in the famed venue's basement
- delving across their five decades in music for an iconic moment down on the south coast.
"Music is a kind of therapy for us too," add 10cc.
"And so it's wonderful to see that it can have such a dramatic effect on young people who have difficulty communicating in other ways, and that participating can bring them so much."
Joining them in Brighton, at The Prince Albert, is UK singer and one-time Slits member Hollie Cook, who will be sharing her unique brand of dynamic reggae sounds.
Nordoff Robbins music therapists are trained to the highest standards through its Master of Music Therapy programme and work in schools, hospitals, care homes, prisons, brain injury units, and mental health services to reach and support the UK's most vulnerable and isolated people, when and where they need help most.
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.
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.