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Delirious to Perform for AIDS Charity

( [email protected] ) May 01, 2004 02:54 PM EDT

Delirious?, in tour in the US, will return to London for a charity concert on May 11th. It will be to support the Cry in the Dark organization, which is currently gathering funds to build a hospice for children with HIV/AIDS.

The band has been active in supporting AIDS charities world-wide. For the release of "In the Name of Love: Artists United for Africa", the band recorded U2's "Pride (In the Name of Love)". The album included an array of CCM artists who gathered to support the battle against diseases in Africa.

Another organization which Delirious supports is Hope HIV charity, and they encourage fans to give their support as well. For more information of these charities, check out CryInTheDark.co.uk, InTheNameOfLoveCD.com and HopeHIV.org.

Cry In the Dark began in 1998, by building an orphanage in Romania, housing and guiding neglected children. Their goal is to move the children from the dark into the light, so that they may begin new lives.