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Mystery Jets announce acoustic gig
Indie band Mystery Jets will be digging out their acoustic guitars for a special gig that will take place later this month.
The group have been lined up to play at The Blues Kitchen venue in London on November 16th 2010, with Maccabees' star Orlando Weekes also booked to DJ at the event, reports NME.
All of the proceeds from the show will be given to the Variety Club children's charity, which helps youngsters who have been born with a disability or live below the poverty line.
Mystery Jets are currently on a tour of the UK and Ireland, with the band set to perform in Dublin tonight (November 3rd 2010).
Prior to their acoustic gig at The Blues Kitchen, the group have shows to play in Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Nottingham and Brighton.
They have also been booked to perform at the Q Magazine Show in London on December 6th.
ÂPosted on 3 Nov 2010 12:45 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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