Hope and Optimism for Palestinians in the Next Generation: this is the resounding message of internationally acclaimed musicians and artists that will ring out from the hallowed rooms of Camden’s Roundhouse on Monday 4 June, 2018.

Assembling for a benefit show in aid of UK-based children’s charity HOPING – a grant-making organization that supports Palestinian children living in refugee camps across Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, the West Bank and Gaza – The Libertines, Patti Smith, Thurston Moore and 2018 NME Award Winner, Loyle Carner, will all perform in a show of solidarity with those who find themselves displaced and disadvantaged due to war and conflict.

In addition to the music, inter-set poetry and readings will be performed by Eric Cantona and Frankie Boyle, and limited-edition posters designed by artists Sarah LucasTracey Emin and Robert Del Naja (3D) from Massive Attack will be up for grabs. 

Give strength to a good cause and join in for a memorable evening. 

Tickets cost £35 and are available from The Roundhouse. Click here for more information.