Does It Offend You, Yeah? set for free NME Radio gig

Station celebrates FM broadcast with special show

NME Radio is set to celebrate the end of its FM license in London on November 2 with a special free gig with Dr Martens.

You can currently listen to the station in the capital on 87.7FM – head to NME.COM/radio for full information.

Marking the end of broadcast, the station will be hosting at gig at the 229 in the UK capital, which Does It Offend You, Yeah? will headline.

Young Fathers, Operators and The Joy Formidable will also play the free show.

Tickets will be given away on air from tomorrow (October 15) starting in the Breakfast Show so tune either via the FM frequency in London, Sky 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727 or through NME.COM/radio.

Alternatively you can email your name and address to info@nmeradio.co.uk now to be entered into the draw for tickets. Everyone going to the show must be over 18 and have ID on the night.

Meanwhile NME Radio‘s next FM broadcast will be in Manchester from November 10, and plans are already underway for a gig in the city soon.