August 4, 2009 10:52

Temper Trap, Twisted Wheel to play free gigs for NME Radio

Find out how to get into a Dr Martens gig for free

Temper Trap, Twisted Wheel to play free gigs for NME Radio
NME Radio is staging a series of free gigs in London.

The NME Radio Presents Dr Martens Live shows will see The Temper Trap, Twisted Wheel, VV Brown and Official Secrets Act all play special gigs at Camden's Monarch venue.

The acts play on the following dates:

The Temper Trap (August 26)
Twisted Wheel (September 3)
VV Brown (11)
Official Secrets Act (17)


To get your hands on free tickets, head to the Dr Martens store in Covent Garden or listen to NME Radio.

To tune in, head to Sky Channel 0184, Virgin Media 975, Freesat 727, DAB in London or NME.COM/Radio.

Meanwhile NME Radio has launched a new iPhone app which allows users to listen to the station on the go.

To get the NME Radio iPhone application, which boasts better then normal sound quality, texts direct to the studios and the ability to buy songs via iTunes can be downloaded from the Apple Store now.

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