NME.COM celebrates its 10th birthday tonight!

See all the action from the rock n roll party of the year here

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NME.COM is getting ready to celebrate its tenth birthday tonight (September 12) – and you won’t miss any of the action.

Taking place at London’s KOKO, the event will be headlined by Kasabian, with CSS and WALKMAN NME Breaking Bands winners My Device also set to perform.

All the bands' sets will be streamed exclusively via this website, and you can watch the whole of Kasabian's performance live, so even if you haven't got a ticket, you can enjoy the rock n roll party of the year wherever you are.

They'll also be a blog and pictures straight from the bash, so send your comments and birthday wishes to nme10@hotmail.com and they could appear on NME.COM tonight.

For the full details go to NME.COM/BIRTHDAY now.

For those who have been lucky enough to get a ticket, we’d once again like to remind them that they should get there early. Doors open at 6.45pm, but organisers are already recommending revellers get to the venue for 6pm to avoid disappointment as only the first 700 people will be let in.
The party is over 18s only.

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