Eleanor Blair (lnr) wrote,
Eleanor Blair
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Gigs

So I've got tickets for the following already:

  • 2006-01-10 OK Go, The Metro Club, Soho
  • 2006-01-30 Richard Thompson, Cornex
  • 2006-02-03 Bauhaus, Brixton Academy
  • 2006-03-18 Sultans of Ping, Garage, London
  • 2005-04-07 Less Than Jake, Astoria
  • 2005-04-21 Whitby Goth Weekend (well ok, just the cottage so far, but I *will* do)
  • 2006-05-07 MFATGG, Astoria
  • 2006-08-25 Reading Festival

Ernie and I are trying to get hold of tickets for the NME tour, and thinking of doing one and possibly two Reel Big Fish gigs:

  • 2006-01-27 ? RBF, peterborough
  • 2006-02-12 ? NME awards tour, Cornex
  • 2006-02-21 ? RBF, electric ballroom

So obviously I need tickets for more gigs right? Wanna join me for any of the following?

Poll #647647 gig tickets

Yes please I'd like tickets for the following gigs at the Junction:

9 Black Alps, Tuesday 21st Feb
0(0.0%)
Broken Family Band, Thursday 2nd March
3(60.0%)
The Dresden Dolls, Wednesday 10th May
0(0.0%)

Got any other suggestions?

Ah, and APU have updated their gigs list finally, looks like they plan to have an indie band followed by indie club every Thursday, with the following confirmed:

  • 2006-01-26 The Kooks
  • 2006-02-02 Rainstar
  • 2006-02-09 The Modern
  • 2006-02-16 Big Head Media
  • 2006-02-23 Wolfmother
  • 2006-03-09 ¡Forward Russia!

I really quite fancy seeing The Modern again actually, so comment if you fancy that one, and I've at least heard of ¡Forward Russia! so that might be worth checking out.

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