War Child Announces Lineup For Day Of The Girl Event Series

Harvey Marwood

By Harvey Marwood

Harvey Marwood

6 Sep 2023

This week, War Child UK, the specialist charity to protect, educate and stand up for the rights of children living in war zones, have unveiled the lineup of their newest Day Of The Girl event series with the goal of highlighting channelise girls and young women face around the world alongside vital funding to help the rights of children affected by conflict.

British singer-songwriter Caity Baser will kick off the series of events on 9th October at Lafayette in London, followed by alternative artist Nilufer Yanya at Bush Hall on 11th October, before finally alternative rock band The Mysteries round off the series at Gorilla in Manchester.

Charlotte Nimmo, Head of Fundraising Engagement at War Child said

“We are thrilled to launch Day of The Girl 2023. We are grateful for the support of all the musicians who will help us in amplifying the importance of the issues spotlighted by this event series. This collaborative effort will also raise vital funds to support War Child’s work. Girls and young women living in conflict zones endure impossible circumstances. Through provisions such as aid, education, and psychosocial support, War Child empowers young women who refuse to be defined by the horrors of war.”

This year, Dice is the official ticket provider who will be donating all of the booking fees to War Child UK. Alongside YouTube Music as headline sponsor, Dice as official ticketing partner, DORK are supporting the 2023 event series as media partners, with Communion as promotions partner. 

Lizzie Dickson, Head of Label Relations at YouTube UK said:

“At YouTube, we celebrate and champion women year-round, on and offline, so it’s with great pleasure that we’re supporting War Child once again to support their vital work in raising money to support girls and young women around the world.” 

Tickets to the shows go on pre-sale this Thursday 7th September, and general sale this Friday 8th September priced at £25, via the links here :