Blog Article | 7 October 2016

Solace Women’s Aid Rock Against Violence Music Event

Solace Women’s Aid annual flagship music event, Rock Against Violence, is back for its 5th year with a night of fun, entertainment and charity.

We are pleased to announce that Rock Against Violence 2016 is back for a 5th year! The concert will take place on 10 November at the O2 Academy in Islington and feature stellar London-based bands, all in aid of Solace Women’s Aid.

Established in 2011, Rock Against Violence has grown into Solace’s annual flagship music event, earning a staggering £23,000 in 2015. This year, we encourage you to join us for a night of fun, entertainment and charity.

The 2016 lineup includes Hunter & the Bear, Patch & the Giant, We Use to Make Things and The Wild Things.

Ticket Information

Tickets are on sale for £15 at and tickets on the door will be £20. During the show, there will also be a silent auction and raffle prizes to raise additional funds for Solace, including a Gourmet Society membership, a VIP personal shopping appointment with money to spend, private bartending services, collector’s items, beauty products and many more.

If you cannot attend on 10 November, please consider making a donation to Solace Women’s Aid via Virgin Money Giving.

Solace Women's Aid Rock Against Violence Music Event

More Details

More information about Rock Against Violence 2016 is available on our website.

Rock Against Violence is driven by the Power of Solace, a volunteer committee that raises funds to benefit Solace Women’s Aid via various events and activities throughout the year.

Solace Women’s Aid is a London-based charity that supports women and children affected by domestic and sexual violence, helping more than 11,000 survivors of violence each year.


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