Wyclef Jean will join Lindsay Lohan in hosting this week’s massive party event for Haiti in London.

London’s elite will come together on Tuesday 16th February for “iRock4Haiti,” a charity fund-raiser event in association with The British Red Cross.

This is a celebrity fund raiser event to benefit the Haiti earthquake victims. All proceeds will go to the Red Cross. Limited tickets will be made available to the general public. It will be held at Altitude London’s two new event spaces, situated in the Millbank Tower in London’s Westminster, which are joining forces to present this unique experience.

This invitation only event will make a limited number of tickets available to the general public with all proceeds going to The British Red Cross.

The Millbank Cinema & Media Centre will be screening the BRIT Awards live between 8pm – 11pm on its newly installed, world class, state-of-the-art facilities. Limited tickets are priced at £50, which includes a deluxe buffet dinner. There are also VIP tickets available for £70, which includes the best seats in the house and a complimentary glass of bubbly.

A special star studded after party featuring a charity auction and entertainment will be taking place in the newly opened River Room overlooking the Thames from 11pm – 2am. Tickets for the after party are priced at £75, which includes unlimited beer, wine and soft drinks. VIP tickets are priced at £100, for which guests will have access to the VIP area, as well as unlimited spirits.

Prizes up for grabs in the auction include First Class flights to LA plus a week at the Pensinula Hotel and a night out with Lindsay Lohan, Sunday Brunch for 4 at The River Room, and the ultimate cinema experience at the Millbank Cinema & Media Centre for the winner + 400 friends.

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