May 9, 2012 15:56

Savages added to NME Great Escape gig tomorrow (May 10)

Band will play before Mystery Jets at the Corn Exchange

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Savages have been added to the bill at NME's gig at the Great Escape festival in Brighton tomorrow (May 10).

The London four-piece – a previous NME Radar Tip Of The Day - will play before Mystery Jets at the gig, which is taking place at the city's Corn Exchange venue and also features Francois And The Atlas Mountains and Gross Magic.

The stage times for the show are as follows:

Mystery Jets (11.30pm)
Gross Magic (10.30pm)
Savages (9.30pm)
Francois And The Atlas Mountains (8.30pm)


NME will also be hosting a showcase at Brighton's Horatios venue throughout the weekend, where the likes of Niki & The Dove and Milk Music will take to our stage. The stage times for those shows are as follows:

Thursday (May 10):
Niki & The Dove (10.15pm)
Friends (9.15pm)
Peace (8.30pm)
La Femme (7.45pm)


Friday (May 11):
Howler (10.15pm)
Wild Belle (9.15pm)
Money (8.30pm)
Palma Violets (7.45pm)


Saturday (May 12):
DZ Deathrays (10.15pm)
Milk Music (9.15pm)
Eagulls (8.30pm)
Drop Out Venus (7.45pm)


To check the availability of The Great Escape tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

See Escapegreat.com for more information about the event, including the full line-up.

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