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Pixie Lott has now been confirmed for the Rays of Sunshine Concert alongside JLS, Stooshe, Conor Maynard, Diversity and Spelbound at The Royal Albert Hall on Thursday 7th June. The event will be hosted by Kiss Fm’s Melvin Odoom and Rochelle Wiseman from The Saturdays.

JLS are ambassadors of Rays of Sunshine, a charity which grants wishes for seriously ill children and teenagers in the UK aged 3-18.

JLS said:
“JLS loves supporting Rays of Sunshine and has been privileged to meet hundreds of amazing children and teenagers through their work. Every one of these young people has inspired us with their strength and bravery. ‘The Rays of Sunshine Concert’ will be a moving event for the performers and an amazing night of entertainment for music fans everywhere.”

Tickets to this exclusive event are available from The Royal Albert Hall box office 020 7589 8212 Prices start at £25. (Booking fees apply except to personal visitors to the Box Office.) Doors will open at 6.45pm and the show will start at 7.30pm.
2000 tickets will be given away to seriously ill children who have previously had their wishes granted by Rays of Sunshine.
The Rays of Sunshine Concert is sponsored by


For further details contact:
Laura Barnett: 0208 782 1171
Sophie Gildersleeve: 0208 782 1171

Rays of Sunshine:

Rays of Sunshine granted its first wish in 2004 and has since granted over 2,000 wishes for seriously ill children it the UK. The charity also entertains thousands of young people each year through their hospital activities and events.

The Acts:


Britain’s best loved boy band JLS have sold more than two million albums, since they shot to fame three years ago. They have topped the singles charts five times and won two Brit awards and four Mobos. Despite their success they remain four of the most genuine and nice guys in the world of pop.

Pixie Lott

Less than two years since she released her debut album Turn It Up, Pixie Lott is firmly lodged in the public’s affections. One million albums sold, a triple-platinum triumph. Two Number One singles. Weeks in the chart: 96 and ongoing.


Boisterous, mischievous, outgoing and witty, Alex Buggs, Courtney Rumbold and Karis Anderson are three brilliantly distinct personalities. Utterly uninterested in following the formula this London-based three piece have not only disregarded the girl band code of conduct, they’ve ripped it into teeny tiny shreds. Ignoring the rules, writing their own manifesto and delivering a truly unique take on urban pop music StooShe are the sound of 2012.

Conor Maynard

Little more than a year ago eighteen year old, Brighton born Conor Maynard was uploading videos of himself to the internet singing his favourite songs and getting positive comments from fans of the originals. Soon even the artists themselves started to take notice. With the likes of Chris Brown tweeting about him and Ne-Yo phoning his house and offering to produce him, it was inevitable that record companies would want his signature and in a whirlwind few weeks Parlophone struck a deal to bring Conor to the world stage.
Over the past few months Conor has been working with some of the most exciting songwriters and producers on his own material including Jermaine Dupri (Usher, Mariah Carey), Midi Mafia (50 Cent, Frank Ocean), Kevin Rudolf (Jay Sean, Lil’ Wayne), Sandy Vee (Rhianna, Pitbull), Invisible Men (Jessie J, The Noisettes), Crada (Drake, Kid Kudi) and the legendary Dianne Warren. And during that time he’s seen his online fanbase grow exponentially.
His debut single ‘Can’t Say No’ comes out in the spring and is one of the most hotly-anticipated releases of 2012


Ashley Banjo, choreographer and leader of the dynamic street dance group Diversity exploded onto our screens in 2009 after winning Britain’s Got Talent. Made up of three sets of brothers, complemented by four of their best friends the group are spurred on by their motto ‘Dream, Believe, Achieve. Every performance they give is captivating and unforgettable.


Performances by Spelbound are spellbinding and beautiful every time. The acrobatic gymnasts were catapulted into the public awareness after winning Britain’s Got Talent in April 2010. All former or current members of the Great Britain Acrobatic Gymnastics Team, the group have won a vast amount of medals in their sport both at national and International level.

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