With just a month to go, the Transgressive 10th Anniversary Concert at the Barbican gets even bigger with the announcement of Dry the River to the bill.
Currently in the top-30 midweek for their second, critically acclaimed album 'Alarms in the Heart', and following main stage appearances at Reading/Leeds, Dry the River will take to the Barbican for their first ever appearance at the venue. This show precedes their previously announced UK tour in October - their first in two years - which includes their largest headline show to date at London Forum on 16th October.
Also performing live on the night are Transgressive artists Johnny Flynn & The Sussex Wit, Mystery Jets and Marika Hackman. The event is being compered by BBC Radio 1's Huw Stephens.
Stalls seating is already sold out, with extremely limited tickets remaining for the Circle and Balcony areas of the venue. Tickets cost between £17.50 to £20.00 - fans are advised to order tickets now to avoid disappointment.
More info / tickets: http://www.barbican.org.uk/music/event-detail.asp?ID=16658