February 22, 2012 10:32

Example to play June Eden Sessions gig – ticket details Example Tickets

Rapper joins Blink-182 and Plan B in playing the event

Example to play June Eden Sessions gig – ticket details

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Example has announced that he will be headlining an Eden Sessions gig in Cornwall this summer.

The rapper, who released his third album 'Playing In The Shadows' in September 2011, will play the Eden Project venue on June 30. He will be supported by Devlin at the show.

Example joins Blink-182 and Plan B in playing the Eden Sessions, with the pop-punk trio headlining the event on July 8 and the 'Strickland Banks' man playing a show on July 6.

See Edensessions.com for more information about the run of shows.

You can watch an interview with Example by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking. He will undertake a full UK arena tour in April with support from Wretch 32.

Tickets for the Eden Sessions show with Example go onsale on Tuesday (February 28) at 6pm). To check the availability of Example tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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