The reunion of 1990’s heroes of the British indie and shoe-gazing scene has been much hoped for and now much heralded. From Oxford, Ride were at the forefront of a wave of wall-of-sound, introspective British rock acts, standing out due to their ear for a tune. They recorded a critically adored series of EPs and albums before falling-out and breaking-up: solo careers, new bands and a starring role in Oasis followed. Their return and a series of live dates this summer has caused great excitement. This will be the first time frontmen Mark Gardener and Andy Bell have played together in the UK for over twenty years.

This very special show will be a small gig making a huge difference for the child victims of war. And the size of that difference will be driven by the success of our ticket lottery. The more noise and awareness we can raise with music fans, the bigger it will be. We need your help. Nobody can engage your fans as well as you.

Our key objective is to get people to donate for their chance to win a pair of tickets to your intimate show.

There are two ways to donate and enter, online (works anywhere) and SMS (UK only) both cost £4.50 to enter.

Online: http://warchild.org.uk/passport
SMS: Text RIDE to 88450
Each entry costs £4.50