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Gallows, The Cribs and Ghostface Killah are among the bands that will be appearing at the famous Oxford Street nightspot with the Wakefield indie band kicking off proceedings on April 17th supported by China Rats.
Hip-hop heavyweights Ghostface Killah will be taking to the stage 24 hours later with Doom providing the support. Wade MacNeil and co will play the final night on April 19th with Carnival Kids and Hoax also appearing on the bill.
The events are being hosted by Get Dirty which is an 11-city music series that will see a number of live shows take place in Paris, Berlin, Cologne, Vienna and Amsterdam among others.
Gallows recently completed a tour of Australia and Asia playing along the likes of Metallica, Linkin Park and blink-182 at Soundwave 2013.
The Cribs were also down under at the beginning of the year before headlining a handful of shows in the UK in the build-up to the NME Awards in February.
Posted by LB.Posted on 22 Mar 2013 11:11 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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