Beady Eye to play free London show at iTunes Festival

Liam Gallagher's band set for July 5 gig

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Beady Eye are set to play a free London show as part of the iTunes Festival this summer.

The band will play the Roundhouse venue in Camden on July 5. See itunesfestival.com for ticket details.

The Beady Eye members played the venue in July 2009 as Oasis, also for the iTunes Festival. The gig saw Liam Gallagher raging against a fan in the audience after an object was apparently thrown at him.

They join White Lies, Adele, Linkin Park, Duran Duran and Rumer on the bill for the iTunes Festival, which sees acts play free gigs at the venue throughout July.

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