June 2, 2003 14:55


Copy the band's stagewear and you could join the party in Manchester for nowt...

KINESIS are to play a special hometown show later this month which will be free to anyone coming to the gig wearing a white T-shirt!

The band close their UK tour on June 16, a day which coincides with the release of new single 'Forever Reeling'. To celebrate, entry to the band's show at Manchester Roundhouse will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Anyone choosing to join the band in wearing their regular stagewear of white T-shirts will be let in free. The band are also encouraging fans to customise their T-shirts and have installed a stencil kit on their official website, kinesis-official.com, for those who want to compete with their designs.

The band kick off their tour tonight (June 2) at Middlesbrough Arena.

The other dates are:

Carlisle Brickyard (June 3)
Leicester Princess Charlotte (4)
Norwich Arts Centre (6)
Brighton Concorde 2 (7)
Colchester Arts Centre (9)
Peterborough Met Lounge (10)
Stoke Sugarmill (11)
Northampton Soundhaus (12)
London Garage (13)

To buy tickets, click here or call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663..

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