Bon Iver To Play Cemetery Gig At 6am

Fans can attend a ‘sunrise show’

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Bon Iver is set to play a gig in an American cemetery – at 6am in the morning.

The concert in Los Angeles is being billed as a ‘sunrise show’.

Fans can arrive after midnight at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery – an arts centre and where celebrities including Rudolph Valentino, Jayne Mansfield and Estelle Getty are buried.

Bon Iver will play at 6am and those at the gig get free coffee and pastries.

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