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Muse will be playing a gig for War Child, a charity which aims to help out children from war-torn countries. On it's 20th year, the charity will stage a show at the famous London concert venue Shepherd's Bush Empire on February 18.
"We are proud to have a continuing association with War Child... It's great to see their efforts being recognized at this year's BRITs and we are really looking forward to playing this special show for them," said the band's frontman Matt Bellamy.
The concert will be held two days before the 2013 BRIT Awards, where both War Child and Muse are part of. The charity will get a special recognition award while the band is nominated for two awards, Best British Group and Best British Live Act.
Other acts like The Killers, Blur and Coldplay have participated in previous War Child charity concerts which raised almost a million dollars, and helped the lives of children living in countries like Iraq, Afghanistan and Bosnia.