Reverend And The Makers to headline Club NME New Year's Eve Ball

Bash will take place at the London KOKO venue

Reverend And The Makers to headline Club NME New Year's Eve Ball
Reverend And The Makers will headline the Club NME New Year's Eve Ball on December 31 at the London KOKO venue.

Pete And The Pirates are also set to play at the bash. Club NME DJs will spin tunes until 5am (GMT) to see 2009 in.

The first 1,000 tickets for the KOKO presents Club NME New Year's Eve Ball cost £27.50, while after 1,000 have been sold the remaining tickets will cost £32.50.

To check the availability of KOKO presents Club NME New Year's Eve Ball tickets and get all the latest listings, go to Ticketweb.co.uk now.

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