Madness will celebrate key workers by inviting them to the House of Common festival on Monday 26th August on Clapham Common to mark the band’s 40th anniversary.
The group are offering public sector staff free tickets to their music festival to celebrate the work they do.
The special invitation is extended to nurses, doctors, emergency service workers, police officers, teachers and those in the fire brigade.
The band did the same thing in 2017 following the London Bridge terror attack and Grenfell Tower fire.
The festival welcomes children, with under-10s admitted free of charge, and able to enjoy a special youngsters’ area called Minor Madness with a House of Fun play garden, giant inflatables and activities throughout the day.
Those eligible for free tickets are allowed one for themselves and a guest of their choice, and are on a first-come, first-served basis.
If you are a public sector worker and want to register for a free ticket, visit: https://loveofthecommonpeople.co.uk
Fore more information or to buy tickets, visit: http://madness.co.uk/houseofcommon/