Blur To Play Surprise Free London Gig Tonight

First 170 fans to get to Brixton Academy this morning will get free tickets

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Blur have revealed that they plan to play a surprise gig in London on Monday June 15, to celebrate the launch of their new compilation ‘Midlife: The Beginner’s Guide To Blur.

Graham Coxon said this morning on his Twitter: “mornin all! “midlife…” is out today and to celebrate we’re gonna play some songs in london! ITS FOR REAL.”

The first 170 people to get to the Brixton Academy box office at 11am will get tickets for this evening’s intimate show, the venue of the actual show to be revealed later today.

The band made their live comeback at the weekend with a tiny show at the East Anglian Railway Museum near Colchester on Saturday June 13. It was Blur’s first proper live show, as a four-piece in nearly ten years.

More information from: Blur.co.uk

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