David Kitt will headline a forthcoming gig at Dublin's Sugar Club in aid of the current refugee crisis.

The 'Anti-Racism' fundraiser is being staged in response to "the very negative and racist comments regarding the refugee crisis on social media recently," according to organisers. "We decided to put on a gig and show our support for the unfortunate ones caught up in this mess. Ireland is not, and never was a racist country (outside of a minority) and for that we should be very proud and support this event or just let your voice be heard."

Kitt will play a live set and be joined by the below acts:

Dirty Dubsters
Johnny Moy
DJ Scope
Calvin James
This Greedy Pig
Al Keegan
Mark Kavanagh
Aoife Nic Canna
Jesse John Heffernan (Live)  
Ger Regan
Chris Holten
Pete Dancer

It takes place at The Sugar Club on September 26th from 9pm til late, and will be spread over two rooms.

Tickets are €10 (not including booking fee) online, or €12.50 on the door and all profits will go to www.humanappeal.ie.