Kate Nash, Killer Mike and Brooke Candy to play NME Awards shows - tickets

Artists join line-up for February 2013 shows

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Kate Nash, Killer Mike and Brooke Candy have been confirmed to play NME Awards shows in February 2013.

All three shows will take place in London with rapper Killer Mike performing at Birthdays in Dalston on February 13 and Brooke Candy appearing at Soho's Madame JoJos on February 25. Kate Nash, meanwhile, will headline the Sebright Arms in Hackney on February 13. Tickets for all three new shows go on sale this Friday (Dec 21) at 9am.

These three shows are in addition to the initial run of shows, first announced earlier this month. The gigs include headline dates from The Cribs, Dinosaur Jr, Savages, Hurts and Everything Everything as well as Metz, Tribes, Toy and Tim Burgess.

The newly announced NME dates are as follows:

Killer Mike, Birthdays (Feb 13)
Kate Nash, Sebright Arms (13)
Brooke Candy, Madame JoJos (25)


Tickets for Kate Nash and all of the NME Awards shows will be available to buy by clicking here

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