Deap Vally, Haim, Mumford & Sons DJs for Communion Christmas gig – ticket details

The festive show takes place on December 2 at the Notting Hill Arts Club in London

Deap Vally, Haim, Mumford & Sons DJs for Communion Christmas gig – ticket details

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Rock duo Deap Vally are set to head up the Communion record label and club night Christmas party on December 2 at London's Notting Hill Arts Club.

The evening will also see sets from fellow Los Angeles band Dawes, who are currently supporting Mumford and Sons on their UK tour, which kicks off tonight at Torquay's Princess Theatre (November 21).

Californian sibling trio Haim will be DJing at the event, alongside Mumford & Sons keyboard player Ben Lovett - who co-founded the Communion label - and Marcus Foster.

Additional live music will also come from Andreya Trianna, Joe Banfi and Tom Williams And The Boat.

For more information, visit: Communionmusic.co.uk.

NME Radar stars Deap Vally released their debut single 'Gonna Make My Own Money' earlier this year and are currently supporting The Vaccines on their UK tour. They play the O2 Apollo in Manchester tonight (November 21) and Liverpool University Guild of Students tomorrow (November 22).

To check the availability of Communion tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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