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One of the biggest bands in the world plays to 2,000 fans, with all ticket sales going to charity? Yep, that's right: Devon's finest bombastic prog-rock power trio Muse, who are more used to playing stadiums, are coming back to Shepherd's Bush (where they played a deafening and incendiary album launch gig back in 2006) to headline the annual War Child BRIT Awards concert, marking 20 years since the charity started supporting and rehabilitating child victims of war. O2 are sponsoring the whole shabang, allowing War Child to put every penny paid for tickets towards their work in war zones worldwide. Is there a downside? Only one: this one will sell out in seconds. Be online at 9am on Fri Feb 1 for your chance to be there.



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