Plan B announces intimate show at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire

The rapper and singer will play a special show on August 29 as part of O2's 4G launch event

Plan B announces intimate show at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire

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Plan B has announced details of an intimate gig at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on August 29, as part of O2's 4G launch event.

The show will come after Plan B will play at Slane Castle, Ireland supporting Eminem (August 17).

The London show, to mark the arrival of 4G on O2, will see ticket-holders treated to speedy 4G cocktail bars and in-queue entertainment.

It'll be streamed live to screens across the capital, where attendants will be given headphones to listen to the gig while they watch it on the big screens.

Songs from the show will also be filmed and recorded and made available for download immediately after the gig via Soundhalo. O2 customers can download one of the tracks for free after the gig through O2’s Priority Moments app.

You can win tickets to the Plan B gig at Tickets go onsale to O2 customers at 9am on 21st August from, and to the general public 48 hours later, at 9am on Friday 23rd August.

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