The event will also see DJ sets from the likes of Nadine Shah, Django Django and lau.ra.
All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Lebanese Red Cross, who are helping provide vital aid to people in Beirut following the August port explosion.
We’re excited to announce we’ll be performing at Live for Beirut 2.0 @thejazzcafe next month to raise money for the Lebanese Red Cross w/@grahamcoxon @RoseDougall @nadineshah @thedjangos— Mystery Jets (@mysteryjets) November 18, 2020
Tickets on sale tomorrow 10am xhttps://t.co/BseiO5Kbyr pic.twitter.com/DCOis7zH04
London's Jazz Cafe venue is currently closed due to the second lockdown in England, but aims to host the event on 11 December if restrictions are eased.