July 29, 2009 17:28

Lanterns, The Voxys for Club NME New York City

Don’t Panic will also play tomorrow (July 30)

Lanterns, The Voxys for Club NME New York City
San Diego band Lanterns are set to headline Club NME New York City tomorrow (July 30).

The Voxys and Don’t Panic will also perform this week at Annex, with doors this week opening at 8pm. The first band will play at 8.30pm.

Admission to Club NME this Thursday is $8 and all Club NME presale tickets are available at Ticketweb.com.

Club NME New York City takes place every Thursday at The Annex, 152 Orchard St.

--By our New York staff.
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