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Elbow to Play Second Eden Sessions Date
4:08pm 3rd April 2014
Following the sell-out of their headline show at the Eden Sessions, Elbow have added a second date.
The five-piece will be playing at the Eden Project on Tuesday July 15 in addition to their already-announced Monday July 14 show and, as with the first date, tickets will initially be available only to residents of Cornwall and Devon.
Elbow are joined by Dizzee Rascal (June 21), Ellie Goulding (July 8 – sold out) and Pixies (July 9) on the bill for the 2014 Eden Sessions with ASUS Transformer Book. More acts will be announced soon.
Rita Broe, Eden’s Marketing Director, said: “Demand for tickets for the first Elbow announcement was incredibly high so we’re very pleased to be able to offer a second date to fans who weren’t able to get tickets for the first show.
“The Eden shows are part of just a handful of gigs Elbow will play in the UK this summer.”
4:08pm 3rd April 2014
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