June 4, 2007 16:45

London club FROG to close Klaxons Tickets

The indie institution finishes at the end of June

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London indie club FROG is to close after three years.

The club, which finishes on June 30, has featured the likes of Babyshambles, Kaiser Chiefs, Razorlight, Klaxons and CSS as part of their Saturday night live entertainment.

The last FROG nights at London venue The Mean Fiddler will feature Paramore (June 9), a CSS DJ set and Captain Black (16), The More Assured (23) – and, on the final night (June 30), Kid Harpoon.

The club’s runners promise to return “with a new form of forward thinking party” in the autumn.

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