Get up, Stand up – for Zimbabwe’s children

Get Up Stand Up is an event conceived by London-based record company, Fourth World Music, who have lined up award winning and internationally renowned artists to perform live on stage at the prestigious Union Chapel in North London's Islington on July 28 from 2 - 10pm.
All proceeds

from the event are being donated to Plan International,World Vision and an unnamed Zimbabwean charity working on the ground in Zimbabwe to help create a better life for affected children and affected communities.
Performers will include Coco Mbassi, Celloman, Thabani, Anna Mudeka, Claudia Massera, London City Groove, Dudu Saar, The Wells, Thatha Ensemble, DJ Dece, Buzz Boys and Water Ship Down.
Dennis Tapfuma, founder of Fourth World Music says: “Seven years ago, one of Africa’s most developed countries began a fateful journey – one that would lead to an economic spiral that now sees it having the world’s highest inflation rate, human rights abuses and poignant levels of poverty. The Zimbabwean catastrophe is no secret. Ill-conceived land reforms and economic mismanagement have created an urgent humanitarian crisis.
“We were motivated to do this event by the fact that there are nearly a million Zimbabweans living in the United Kingdom. Most of, whom will have been emotionally affected by the crisis, and are in a position to do something to help charities working with vulnerable people in Zimbabwe.” – Tickets cost £10.00 available from Ticketweb. Ph. 08700 600 100 or book online at

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