Rage Against The Machine recruit Roots Manuva, Gogol Bordello, Gallows for 'X-Factor' gig

Bill for free Christmas Number One victory party announced

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Rage Against The Machine have enlisted Roots Manuva, Gogol Bordello and Gallows for their free London gig on June 6.

The gig is set to take place at Finsbury Park, and is to celebrate the band's song 'Killing In The Name' getting the UK Christmas Number One slot ahead of The X Factor's Joe McElderry last December.

Doors for the show will open at 2pm (BST), with Gallows, the first support band, set to play at 5:20pm (BST). Rage Against The Machine are set ot be on stage at 8:20pm, with the gig ending at 10:30pm.

Tickets for the free show have already been allocated to fans.

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