The charity has secured the talents of Duran Duran and Bastille to play shows in venues of 100-300 capacity.
Elbow’s Guy Garvey said: ‘Elbow are proud to have been associated with War Child for over a decade. The work that War Child continues to do throughout the world is truly humbling.’
‘We were part of the original Passport shows, and to be able to participate again on its 10th anniversary is amazing. To return to the Roadhouse, our spiritual home in Manchester, just makes it even better.’
The series is produced by War Child, O2, the Music Managers Forum and forms part of BRITs Week 2015. Tickets to all shows are available by lottery, and are not on sale in the traditional sense.
Each entry is also a donation, which costs £4.50 and will put you in the running to win a pair of tickets.
The full list of gigs is below. Visit the War Child website to find out more and apply for tickets.
16 February: The Vaccines, Dublin Castle, London
19 February: Duran Duran, Wilton’s Music Hall, London
19 February: RIDE, 100 Club, London
22 February: You Me At Six, Hoxton Bar and Kitchen, London
23 February: Bastille, Sofar Sounds House Party, London
24 February: Elbow, the Roadhouse, Manchester