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Darwin Deez, Miles Kane, Sleigh Bells, Chapel Club to play free shows at Liverpool Music Week 2010

Warpaint, Egyptian Hip Hop and !!! are also scheduled to play ticketed gigs at the festival

Darwin Deez, Sleigh Bells and Chapel Club are among acts set to play free gigs as part of Liverpool Music Week 2010.

The event, which features both free and ticketed gigs, kicks off on October 23 and runs until November 25. A series of free shows takes place at the Mojo bar in the city, while ticketed events will happen across various venues. The newly reformed Cast are also set to play a special show as part of the event, at BBC Radio Merseyside Performance Space on November 11.

The free gigs at Liverpool Music Week 2010, taking place at Mojo, are:

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Darwin Deez (October 29)
James Yuill, Silver Columns (November 1)
Field Music (2)
Egyptian Hip Hop (3)
Chapel Club, Diamond Rings (4)
Miles Kane (11)
Sleigh Bells, O. Children (12)
Los Campesinos! (15)

The ticketed gigs at Liverpool Music Week 2010 are:

Warpaint, The Kazimier (October 23)
Beardyman, Liverpool University (29)
Hadouken!, Liverpool University (30)
!!!, Liverpool University (31)
Dan Le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip, 02 Academy Liverpool (November 3)
Efterklang, 02 Academy Liverpool (November 7)
Cast, BBC Radio Merseyside Performance Space (11)
Chase & Status, 02 Academy Liverpool (November 13)
K’naan, Liverpool University (13)
Leftfield, Liverpool University (25)

To check the availability of Liverpool Music Week 2010 tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.
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