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Making music count

We love live music and if you feel the same, we would recommend getting yourself a ticket to the final of the Coffee Music Project. This incredible music competition is hosted annually in New York, London and Los Angeles. Held in a collection of independent venues, the CMP aims to showcase the best self-made artists who have written their own songs and captivate audiences with their performances.

Following a rigorous application process, live preliminary rounds and semi-finals, just 9 artists have made it to the final. Previous London winners have included Daisy Chute, who's performance of London's On Fire had her crowned 2018 winner, Ruby Confue, an Urban Jazz vocalist who won the 2017 competition and the 2016 winner, Jamie Grey, a singer songwriter from the North East of England who has been writing and performing his own music over the last decade.

The best thing about this music competition is that all of the proceeds go towards Project Waterfall - a charity initiative established by The Allegra Foundation to bring clean, safe drinking water, sanitation and education to coffee growing communities.  Since 2011, the initiative has raised over £1 million and bought clean drinking water to over 37,000 people across 7 countries.

Tickets are now on sale for the London final on Wednesday 1st May and are just £11.36, available here.

For the next two weeks, we will donate £10 of every Little Surprises Collection sold to Project Waterfall on your behalf. Simply add the words "Project Waterfall" in the "tell us something about your friend" section when you buy your Little Surprise.

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