October 21, 2003 14:55

N*E*R*D'S HIGHLAND FLING!

The outfit play a show in Edinburgh immediately after the MTV Europe Music Awards...

N*E*R*D'S HIGHLAND FLING!
N.E.R.D have added an extra date to their short UK tour.


After a busy year for The Neptunes, which has seen them complete their ‘Clones’ compilation and the forthcoming third Kelis album, their live band project return to the UK for dates in November.

NME>COM have already reported the outfit will be playing Manchester and London, but they will now also play the Scottish capital of Edinburgh on November 6. The gig will take place after the MTV Europe Music Awards, which are being held in the city on the same evening.



The full list of shows are as follows:

Edinburgh Corn Exchange (November 6)
Manchester Apollo (7)
London Brixton Academy (9)


For ticket availability call the NME Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663.


The dates are expected to see Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugo debut material from their new album ‘Fly Or Die’, due out in March 2004.

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