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Give a Gig Week

After an amazing first-ever Give a Gig Week in 2017, Youth Music’s flagship fundraising initiative is back.

Give a Gig Week will take place from 16-25 March 2018. We want 100 gigs to take place during Give a Gig Week. Will you be one of the hundred?

You can transform the lives of children and young people by putting on a live music event. From gigs down the pub to arena tours and festivals: any size, any genre, anywhere.

Take part in our nationwide music-making extravaganza with your friends, family and fans. Raise money to support young people experiencing incredibly challenging circumstances. We’ll help you to spread the word. Find out more: check the Give a Gig Week FAQ.

Craig David

Craig David supports Give a Gig Week 2018

"Music has transformed my life and I want all young people to have the chance to develop their musical creativity and achieve their ambitions."

100 choirs. 10 stations. 1 day.

We’re delighted to be working with Network Rail for a a unique and exciting day of music-making on Saturday 24 March.

Top tips for putting on a gig

Organising your own event and not sure where to start? Live music promoter and artist MIRI shares five top tips for putting on a gig.

Gig-o-meter

81 gigs currently reached from a target of 100 gigs

Give a Gig Week, 16-25 March 2018

One week. One hundred gigs of all shapes and sizes. Get down to a gig near you, or organise your own.

Female singer onstage with dartboard in background

Give a Gig Week 2017: photo highlights

Check out some of the best shots from an amazing week of live music and fundraising!

Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Give a Gig supporters

“Youth Music creates music-making opportunities for thousands who would otherwise miss out. That's why I'm supporting Give a Gig - so others can experience the joys of music as I've done.”

Past gigs

See what our amazing supporters have been up to around the country.