Anne-Marie: BRITs Week 2019 | Omeara
War Child partners up with the BRIT Awards yet again this 2019, as the charity hosts a series of gigs with BRIT nominated artists in London’s most vital independent venues, raising awareness for their cause saving children in war-torn countries.
Following a stellar doubel-wammy of The 1975 and Jake Bugg last night, tonight’s War Child event saw Anne-Marie playing a full set at London’s 300 capacity Omeara. The singer is nominated for 4 awards tomorrow, yet still climbed the stage with charming humbleness and excitement, and a genuine passion for the charity, reminding everyone that we just don’t know what they have been through.
She also expressed an overwhelming sentiment over the memory of her first performance at Omeara two years ago when she was just a rising star, and track ‘Heavy’ was a new tune, with the most loyal members of the audience shouting out that they were there. This was merely one aspect of what made it such a homely night, as Anne-Marie constantly communicated with her biggest fans occupying the front half of the venue, giving them hugs or even asking one fan to sing Sean Paul’s part in ‘Rockabye Baby,’ making dreams come true one song at a time!
To see hits like ‘2002’, ‘Friends’, and ‘Can I Get Your Number’ was a special occasion, and all of the audience will surely be seeing her at the BRITs tomorrow in a whole new dimension.
Though BRITs Week is almost over with the Award Show tomorrow, Tom Odell is yet to perform one last show this Thursday. Follow this link here to bid for the final remaining tickets, where all proceeds go to War Child!
Head to our Instagram to catch some live videos of Anne-Marie!
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