August 28, 2012 20:56

Spector to play free gig in London tomorrow (August 29) - ticket details

Band will perform as part of the BT Live series coinciding with the Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony

Spector to play free gig in London tomorrow (August 29) - ticket details

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Spector are to play a free gig in London tomorrow (August 29) to coincide with the London 2012 Paralympic Games Opening Ceremony.

The band will be appearing at Trafalgar Square from 7.15pm (BST) for the show which is part of the BT London Live series. A live screening of the London 2012 Paralympic opening ceremony live from The Olympic Park, will also be shown in the Square. Further acts will be announced in the coming days. For more information go to BTlondonlive.com.

Spector will also embark on a mammoth UK tour in October and early November. The jaunt begins at Glasgow's Oran Mor on October 11 and runs until November 10 when the band play their largest headline show to date at London's O2 Shepherds Bush Empire.

The run of shows is in support of the band's debut album 'Enjoy It While It Lasts', which is out now. To check the availability of Spector tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Spector will play:

Glasgow Oran Mor (October 11)
Aberdeen Tunnels (12)
Dundee Doghouse (13)
Carlisle Brickyard (14)
O2 Academy Liverpool (16)
Preston 53 Degrees (17)
Sheffield Leadmill (18)
Leeds University (19)
Brighton Concorde 2 (25)
Reading Sub 89 (26)
Nottingham Rescue Rooms (27)
Norwich Waterfront (28)
Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms (29)
O2 Academy Newcastle 2 (31)
O2 Academy Leicester 2 (November 1)
Manchester HMV Ritz (2)
Stoke Sugarmill (3)
York Duchess (5)
Darlington Hub (6)
Birmingham HMV Library (7)
Gloucester Guidhall (8)
O2 Shepherds Bush Empire London (10)

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