Tom Parker has announced a global stream of his charity concert ‘Tom Parker – Inside My Head’ from London’s Iconic Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday 21st September 2021 at 8pm BST/12pm PT.

Tickets for the global streaming event are now on sale here.

Hosted by Roman Kemp & Sonny Jay from UK radio Capital FM’s breakfast show, the event will feature performances from global superstars Liam Payne, KSI, McFly, Sigrid, Becky Hill, and, for the first time in 7 years, Tom’s band The Wanted will perform live after announcing their reunion just last week. All proceeds from the event will be shared between cancer charities.

Tom Parker said,

“I really am so looking forward to this event, it has been a real pleasure to put together and I am so grateful for all the support I have had from all these brilliant artists and now the news is out that my band will be performing too, it really is going to be a special night for so many reasons. So many people from around the world have been requesting a stream so that they could support the event and the good causes and I’m delighted that the team have managed to put this together.’ “

Liam Payne added,

“When I heard about what Tom was going through I wanted to reach out to him, he’s showing so much strength and courage and I wanted to offer help and support in any way I could. My thoughts have been with him a lot & it means the world that I can support him and his fundraising efforts by performing at the show, I can’t wait.”

Tom recently announced a UK Channel 4 documentary ‘Inside My Head’. As part of this year’s Stand Up 2 Cancer, the joint national fundraising campaign from Channel 4 and Cancer Research UK, Tom, Kelsey and their children, two-year-old daughter Aurelia and nine-month-old son Bodhi, have invited the cameras into their lives as they look to make every future moment count.

The doc will follow the process of staging the Royal Albert Hall concert with the cameras following Tom and the family as they manage his diagnosis, explore possible treatments, meet with fellow brain cancer patients and pull together this ambitious fundraising concert.

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