Dead Kids, Popular Workshop added to NME Radio free gig

Bands to join Does It Offend You, Yeah? for free bash

Dead Kids and Popular Workshop have been added to the forthcoming free gig organised by NME Radio, set to be headlined by Does It Offend You, Yeah?.

The bash will take place on November 2 at the London 229 venue to mark the end of NME Radio being broadcast in the capital.

Young Fathers, Operators and The Joy Formidable will also play the free show.


You can currently listen to NME Radio in London on 87.7FM – head to NME.COM/radio for full information.

Email your name and address to now to get free tickets. Everyone going to the show must be over 18 and have ID on the night.

Meanwhile NME Radio‘s next FM broadcast will be in Manchester from November 10, and plans are already underway for a gig in the city soon.

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