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Liberty X to play the Coronet at World AIDS Day event

London SE1 website team

Pop sensations and Brit award winners Liberty X will be performing a special one-off concert at the Elephant & Castle's Coronet in aid of Crusaid - the national fundraiser for HIV and AIDS - on 30th November as part of the charity's World AIDS Day

The band – who have just shot straight into the Top 10 with their new track "Jumpin'" – will be supported by hot new boy band Phixx, 'popera-babe' Keedie and Fame Academy's James Fox.
The exclusive concert takes place at the Coronet, Elephant and Castle, London SE1 and is designed to raise awareness of the world-wide HIV and AIDS epidemic and to bring attention to the fact that 1st December is World AIDS Day. 
Alison Heyes, Head of Fundraising & Events at Crusaid said: "We are absolutely delighted that not only have we managed to get one of Britain's biggest bands to help promote World AIDS Day, we also have a really great list of support acts too.

"Liberty X, Phixx, Keedie and James will all perform for Crusaid for free, which we think is a strong signal of commitment from them to help us combat the global HIV and AIDS epidemic.  We are really grateful for their support and are looking forward to what will be a fantastic night!  This is an event not to be missed."

• Ticket Information: Standard tickets can be purchased via Stargreen by calling 020 7734 8932 or by visiting (a booking fee will apply)

A VIP ticket package is available through Crusaid.  These special tickets include balcony seat, complimentary refreshments and entrance to the after-show party which will be attended by Liberty X, Phixx, Keedie and James Fox.  VIP tickets can be obtained by calling Nadine Allexant on 020 7539 3896 or by visiting



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