The Joy Formidable to take fans out for a curry

Welsh trio plan special raffle for next Tuesday (July 12)

The Joy Formidable to take fans out for a curry

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The Joy Formidable are set to reward a select group of fans with a curry next Tuesday (July 12).

The Welsh trio, who released their debut album 'The Big Roar' in January, are due to play an intimate instore gig at London's Rough Trade East and have announced that they will be holding a special raffle during the show, with fans able to win the chance to have dinner with the band at one of Brick Lane's foremost curry houses.

For more information about the gig, visit the band's official website

The Joy Formidable are also set to tour again in the autumn, playing seven dates in October, including a headline date at London's HMV Forum on October 14, their biggest London show to date.

The band are booked for a large number of UK festivals throughout the summer. These include Reading And Leeds Festivals, Lounge On The Farm Festival and Wakestock festival.

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