November 10, 2011 15:14

Shed Seven and The Rifles to play London New Year's Eve show

The Dexters and Buster Shuffle will also play December 31 event

Shed Seven and The Rifles to play London New Year's Eve show

Photo: PA

Shed Seven are to headline a special London show on New Year's Eve.

The Britpop veterans, who are currently preparing for their 13-date UK tour next month, which will see them perform their classic 1996 album 'A Maximum High' in full as well as a selection of other hits, will headline the UK capital's Vibe Bar on December 31. They will play an acoustic set.

Support at the gig will come from The Rifles, who released their third studio album 'Freedom Run' earlier this year and are currently touring the UK in support of the album. The Rifles will also play an acoustic set at the show. There will also be live sets from up and comers The Dexters and Buster Shuffle at the gig.

The gig is a special version of the regular monthly This Feeling club night and will run from 8pm to 4am, with a series of DJs, including XFM's Steve Harris, also booked to play sets.

To find out more information about the show and to book tickets, go to

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