The Slits pull out of Great Escape appearance

Band were due to play Uncut's stage at the Brighton event

The Slits pull out of Great Escape appearance
The Slits have pulled out of their planned appearance at The Great Escape tomorrow (May 13).

The punk legends were due to perform at the Pavilion Theatre, on a night curated by NME's sister title Uncut also featuring Avi Buffalo, Summer Camp and The Ruby Suns.

The new stage times for Uncut's night at the Pavilion Theatre on Thursday are:

Avi Buffalo (22:00 - 22:30)
Summer Camp (22:45 - 23:15)
The Ruby Suns (23:30 - 00:00)


The Uncut-curated Pavilion Theatre's line-up for the rest of the festival is running as scheduled:

May 14:
teenagersintokyo (20:45 - 21:15)
Dead Confederate (21:40 - 22:10)
The Fiery Furnaces (22:35 - 23:05)
Wild Beasts (23:30 - 00:15)

May 15:
Lissie (20:45 - 21:15)
Trembling Bells (21:40 - 22:10)
Ganglians (22:35 - 23:05)
Cornershop (23:30 - 00:15)


NME.COM is coming live from The Great Escape from tomorrow. Keep checking back for all the latest news from the Brighton festival.

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