Local Natives announce last minute 'open air' London gig tonight (July 5)

Band announce Hoxton Square show via Twitter

Local Natives announce last minute 'open air' London gig tonight (July 5)
Local Natives will play an acoustic set tonight (July 5) at London’s Hoxton Square.

According to the band’s Twitter, the set will begin around 6:30pm (BST).

The following message was posted by the Los Angeles five-piece this afternoon: "Back in London. We are heading to Hoxton Square tonight around 6:30pm to do a small acoustic set. Join us pls."

Hints have been dropped via Twitter over the past few days that the band might be performing in the area. "Dear LDN, we're going to be in east London on Monday...let us know if anyone is around and would like to come hang out," was posted on July 2.

Yesterday further hints followed with: "Back to London tomorrow. Thinking about doing something different on the east side…"

Recently the group has performed at Isle of Wight and Roskilde Festival. They are also scheduled to perform at T in the Park and Oxegen this weekend (July 9-11).

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