We’re absolutely delighted to share the news that Streets of London ambassador Ellie Goulding will be supporting the charity once again this year, this time hosting a huge fundraising concert at Wembley SSE Arena!

It is the fifth consecutive year that Ellie has been generous enough to lend Streets of London her support in this way. Her support of the charity began with a multi-artist show at Shepherd’s Bush Empire in December 2014, followed by a concert at the Roundhouse in 2015 and then events at the presitigious Royal Albert Hall in 2016 and 2017. This year at Wembley SSE Arena, the show promises to be bigger and better than ever, raising much-needed money for Streets of London’s work funding homelessness projects across the capital.

At a time when there are a record number of people sleeping rough in London, this extra funding to support Streets of London’s work is more welcome than ever. To date, Streets of London concerts featuring Ellie Goulding have raised more than £300,000 in aid of the charity. This year’s event will increase that total even further, so we’re very grateful to Ellie for her ongoing support.

The involvement of Ellie and the many other stars who have generously supported Streets of London in recent years also helps raise awareness about homelessness, engaging people in this important issue and the need to work for change.

This year’s show will once again feature an incredible line-up, with artists including Dua Lipa, Clean Bandit, Bastille, Years & Years, Sigrid, Jax Jones, Mabel, Not3s, Dermot Kennedy and Grace Carter! Streets of London is very grateful to all of the artists for their generous support of the charity's work.

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