Along with special guests, he delivered a phenomenal performance for the second straight year to benefit the health charity.

George Ezra played his second of his annual charity event at London’s Union Chapel in aid of the mental health charity Mind.

Following on from a huge UK tour where he sold out the prestigious Wembley Arena, his second No.1 album and a host of TV performances, 2018 was a HUGE year for Ezra but he still made the time to follow up last year charity show with another edition featuring Paul Weller, Paloma Faith, Lianne La Havas, Maisie Peters and Romesh Ranganathan.

Tickets for George Ezra & Friends at the Union Chapel were available to registered fans from from 28 November and the next day.

Ticketmaster facilitated all tickets for the show digitally, sent directly to each fan’s mobile, and limited to two per person, making sure that all tickets got into the hands of genuine fans at the price intended. 

Fans were able to sell tickets they are no longer able to use through Ticketmaster’s secure fan-to-fan ticket exchange, at the price paid and no more. 

Find out more about digital ticketing and Ticketmaster’s fan-to-fan ticket exchange here

George is back on tour in March, where he steps up to play the UK’s biggest arenas. Tickets are available here

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