Fratellis, Travis, Echo And The Bunnymen for charity gig

Plus Alphabeat, Peter Hook and Andy Rourke for Glasgow bash

Fratellis, Travis, Echo And The Bunnymen for charity gig
The Fratellis, Travis, Echo And The Bunnymen and Alphabeat are set to play at a charity gig for Versus Cancer in Glasgow on November 28.

attic lights, Sergeant, former New Order man Peter Hook[/a] and former [b]Smiths man Andy Rourke will also play at the bash, which will take place at the SECC venue.

Money raised through the gig will go to cancer charities in Scotland.

Tickets are being sold through the venue's website, Secctickets.com.

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