Young Fans Urged To Get In Early

16 July 2007

Young Fans Urged To Get In Early

16 July 2007

Organisers of Rock the House are urging fans to buy their tickets before the mini festival on 31 August at Harewood House to avoid paying higher prices on the day.

The Glastonbury Festival has today come under criticism for not appealing to a younger audience. The Children’s Society event combines a punk ethos with up and coming talent, all at a reasonable price and for all generations.

Richard Johnson of The Children’s Society said: ‘We’ve got a great balance between rock royalty and bright young things. As a charity for young people, we want to make a great day out that everyone can afford. Tickets are selling fast so fans should get their tickets now and avoid missing out or paying more.’

Currently, the line up includes Iggy and The Stooges; Idlewild; The Sunshine Underground; Sons & Daughters and The Horrors. More bands are due to follow soon. Iggy Pop said: 'I'm getting a big kick out of making music for The Children's Society. All kids deserve a good childhood.'

'The Children's Society Rock the House Live' gig will take place at the Harewood House mansion in Leeds with tickets costing £26 each*. The event will cover a large area of the grounds offering an eclectic mix of opulence with Rock and Roll.

Notes to Editors:

Telephone ticket outlets:
Ticketmaster 0845 145 1161
Harewood House 0113 218 1000
Crash Records Leeds 0113 243 6743
Jumbo Records Leeds 0113 245 5570

‘The Children’s Society Rock the House Live’ will be held at Harewood House, Leeds on Friday 31st August 2007.

Rock the House Live is a half-day concert starting ay 4pm and continuing until 11pm.

Monies raised from Rock The House will go towards continuing efforts and ensuring that all children are afforded the opportunities and support they deserve.

The Children's Society is a national charity driven by the belief that every child deserves a good childhood. To that end it provides vital help and understanding for those children who face the greatest danger, discrimination or disadvantage; children who are unable to find the support they need anywhere else.

Visit The Children's Society's website.

*Ticket price subject to booking fee