Thunder will play a tiny gig next week in aid of Childline and the NSPCC.
Taking place at London's (tiny) 100 Club on Wednesday 27th January, the gig has been described by the band as an "intimate launch party/warm up show" ahead of the release of their "All You Can Eat" live DVD and February tour.
Costing £30, tickets will go on sale at 9am on Friday 22nd January here, with all proceeds going to Childline and the NSPCC. Promoters Live Nation have kindly waived all usual booking fees for the show.
You can see an announcement video shared by Thunder on their official Facebook page below:
THE ANNOUNCEMENT==========================We're going to play at the 100 Club next Wednesday 27th, in aid of Childline and the NSPCC.With All You Can Eat released next week, and the UK tour beginning on Feb 15th, we've decided to have a small and intimate launch party/warm up show next Wednesday.Tickets will cost £30, are extremely limited and will be available from 9am tomorrow morning.Click here to get one http://www.livenation.co.uk/artist/thunder-ticketsAll profits made from the show will be donated to Childline and the NSPCC. So as well as getting all hot and sweaty with us in one of the smallest venues we've played for years, you'll also be helping to raise much needed funds to help kids in need.Live Nation have kindly waived all booking fees, which will mean more money will go to the charities.We know this will not please everybody. Rest assured, this show was not arranged to deliberately upset anyone.It's not a massive venue, so tickets may go fast.If you get one, please remember to bring your dancing shoes. You will need them...ThanksBCDH&LPosted by Thunder on Thursday, 21 January 2016
Listen to Planet Rock on Monday 25th January for your chance to win tickets to this very special gig!