Graham Coxon announces free show at London's 100 Club

Fresh from being saved, venue launches new sponsored series

Graham Coxon announces free show at London's 100 Club
Graham Coxon has just announced a free show at London's 100 Club.

The former Blur man and solo artist will play at the iconic, recently-saved venue on June 22. Support comes from The Duke Spirit and The Social Club.

The show is the first in a new run of specially-curated shows borne out of the sponsorship deal with Converse that saved the venue from closure.



Tickets are free, and available exclusively through Converse.co.uk and Schuh.co.uk/competitions from June 13.

Of the new sponsorship deal, Converse assured gig-goers that the new series of shows would be the extent of their involvement in the running of the venue. A statement reads: "This partnership gives the 100 Club the opportunity to introduce a new generation by bringing the best music to its legendary stage and reunite the venue with a generation who has already experienced history within its walls. 100 Club will continue to oversee the schedule of performances as it has for over 65 years, in addition to presenting this new free series alongside Converse."

Coxon appears alongside Paloma Faith and Bill Ryder-Jones on new track 'Desire', available as a free download at Converse.co.uk.

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