January 27, 2009 15:38

Unofficial BRIT Awards after-party announced

Propaganda indie club to take place at London KOKO

Unofficial BRIT Awards after-party announced
Indie club promoters Propaganda have announced that they will host a club night at the London KOKO on February 18 - which they are billing as an unofficial after-party for the BRIT Awards.

The BRITS bash is set to take place at London's Earls Court earlier that evening.

BBC Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe will DJ at the bash along with resident DJS. See Propaganda for more.

Next month (February 26) Lowe will host the Shockwaves NME Awards Big Gig, featuring The Cure, Franz Ferdinand, Crystal Castles and White Lies.

The show takes place the day after this year's Shockwaves NME Awards ceremony, which is being held at Brixton Academy, and will see The Cure crowned as 2009 Godlike Geniuses.

To check the availability of Shockwaves NME Awards Big Gig 2009 tickets and get all the latest news, go to NME.COM/biggig.

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