The Dykeenies to open Club NME Luton

The Raid and DJs also sign up for opening night

The Dykeenies to open Club NME Luton
The Dykeenies are set to open Club NME Luton.

The latest addition to the global indie night - which also takes place in Los Angeles, New York and Dublin, along with clubs right across the UK - will open its doors for the first time this Friday (June 1) at Charlie Brown’s club from 9pm-3am.

The Raid and Shapes will also play the event, while DJs Dr Gonzo and Monkey T will be on the decks.

To get your hands on 100 advance £5 tickets, go to

Otherwise it is £5 on the door, or £3 if you use the £2 off voucher which is printed free in this week's issue of NME, on sale now.

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