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Arena gig for Klaxons and Florence and the Machine

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Blur have revealed that 2007 Mercury Prize winners Klaxons and 2008 BRIT Award Critics Choice winner Florence and the Machine will play on the bill for their Manchester MEN Arena show on June 26.

The newly reformed band’s comeback gigs this Summer, including two nights in Hyde Park (July 2 and 3) will have unique artists in support, Blur’s manager Chris Morrison has said; “Every show Blur play this summer is going to be unique and different, so we’re delighted Klaxons and Florence And The Machine have agreed to join us for the evening. Blur are really looking forward to this gig – they’ve always had an amazing reception in Manchester.”

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