Kasabian To Headline Eden Project

The band will show off new album at July outdoor concert

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Kasabian are the first band to be announced to hedaline the 8th annual Eden Sessions this July.

The band who are set to release their as-yet-untitled third album on June 1 and will headline the Eden Project stage in Cornwall on July 4.

Oasis are also due to play at the Eden Project on July 14, a rescheduled gig from a cancellation last Summer.

Eden’s Creative Director, Peter Hampel, said in today’s press statement: “We’ve got our work cut out in 2009 to match last year’s success, but Kasabian are without doubt, one of the world’s top live acts and alongside Oasis, have given us the best possible start.”

Previous artists to play the Eden Sessions include Brian Wilson, Muse, The Raconteurs and The Verve.

Tickets for Kasabian go on sale on February 24 at 6pm priced at £35 each plus a £5 booking fee per ticket. To book, call the Eden box office on 01726 811972 or visit www.edenproject.com.

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