Diddy Dirty Money and Eliza Doolittle were two of the acts to hit the stage in London this week to reward more than 11,000 charity volunteers.

Having more than quadrupled its volunteer base in less than three years, Orange RockCorps treated its volunteers to a phenomenal one-off live concert featuring an incredible line-up, in exchange for donating just four hours of their time to charity work.

“We are happy to support Orange RockCorps,” said P. Diddy before the show on Tuesday, July 12. “Rewarding people for their hard work in the community is a great chance to connect with great people, doing great things to enrich the lives of others. DDM is really looking forward to the Wembley show”

Also hitting the stage at Wembley Stadium were Primal Scream, Kelis, Professor Green and Wretch 32.

Earlier this week, Diddy visited a youth centre in London: “It’s all about giving back. It’s humanitarian. It’s such a beautiful idea. I’ve never done things where I’ve seen young people volunteering… taking accountability for making the world a better place. It’s a whole different vibe.”

Orange RockCorps produces some of the hottest gigs in the music calendar. But here’s the deal: You can’t buy a ticket. You can’t win a ticket. You have to earn a ticket.‚Ä®Give 4 hours for your community with Orange RockCorps; Get Given 1 ticket to an amazing gig in return. Previous shows have featured John Legend, Lady Gaga, Ludacris, Nelly, Kelly Rowland, Akon, Razorlight, Snoop Dogg, Mark Ronson, Boy George and many more. To find out more, click here.

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