Nicolás Jaar, Blood Orange, Yasiin Bey, more announced for Palestine and Sudan aid concert in London

A number of artists have been announced for a London concert in aid of Palestine and Sudan.

Nicolás Jaar, Blood Orange, Yasiin Bey, Clairo,Daniel Caesar, Mustafa and Earl Sweatshirt are among the guests scheduled to perform at the Artists for Aid show, which is due to take place at the Troxy in London on Thursday, 4th July.

Presented in partnership with War Child, 100% of all proceeds from the concert will be donated towards the charity’s response plan in Gaza and Sudan.

"London! Sudan is calling. Gaza is calling. Every artist here is a hero of empathy, thank you for answering our call. Tickets are on sale at at 5pm today. There is a war, strike a chord, cry an answer,” wrote Mustafa on Instagram.

The new concert follows January's Artists For Aid Benefit gig in New Jersey, hosted by Mustafa and featuring the likes of Clairo, Daniel Caesar, Stormzy and more.

Artists For Aid is described as a "humanitarian aid collective," comprising "young artists and musicians" who use "the power of music to create global change". 

You can pick up tickets for the Troxy event from Dice here.

Earlier this month, Nene H curated a new Gaza fundraising compilation, 'Letters to a Future Palestine', which features 23 artists from across the world, including numerous collaborations between Palestinian musicians and others from Lebanon, Egypt, Ghana, Kurdistan, Syria, Jordan, Iran, Armenia, Turkey and Tanzania.