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Jamie T announces festival warm-up dates
Guitar player Jamie T has announced he will be playing two small gigs in the latter part of June in dates described on his website as festival warm-up shows.
The solo star is to play the Lincoln Engine Shed on June 24th 2010 before playing the 02 Academy in Liverpool the following day.
Although he has not yet been confirmed to play at Glastonbury, the dates leave room in his diary for a potential appearance at the festival, which is taking place between June 25th and 27th this year.
Tickets for the gigs in Lincoln and Liverpool go on sale this Friday (April 9th 2010).
Jamie T has already been confirmed for this year's T In The Park festival in Scotland, as well as the V Festival, which takes place in two venues situated in Chelmsford and Staffordshire.
Earlier this year, the guitar player was named as the Best Solo Artist at the NME Awards.Posted on 7 Apr 2010 20:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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