Boy band JLS have announced they are putting on a free concert for NHS and frontline staff and tickets are available now!
The band will perform a gig at Birmingham Resorts World Arena on November 28th this year. It will be part of their Beat Again comeback tour, the first live shows they will have peformed together in over seven years.
They announced the news on social media on Monday, writing: "We are adding a free NHS show to our #BeatAgainTour.
"We want to thank the NHS and the frontline hospital staff the best way we know how. This will be a day to celebrate and honour you."
Guy Dunstan, managing director at Resorts World Arena added: “Everyone here at Resorts World Arena would like to thank JLS for putting on this incredibly special concert for frontline NHS workers, and we are honoured to have worked with the band, the Promoter SJM and the band’s management to make this a reality.
"To show our support, together with our official box office The Ticket Factory, we have also removed all customer fees on tickets. We hope this small gesture means that all our amazing, hard-working NHS staff have to do is sit back and enjoy the great music on offer."
Those eligible for tickets for the show will be all frontline NHS staff working within hospitals across the country including, but not limited to, doctors, nurses, support workers, ambulance staff, porters and cleaners. Any staff that work within the hospital will be eligible to apply for a ticket.
Eligible NHS staff members are entitled to bring one guest with them but will need two tickets. Tickets are limited to two per eligible person. Eigible frontline staff must bring valid ID with them to the show.