Thursday, August 24, 2006

Free View for city centre square bash

BRITAIN'S hottest new band were today confirmed to play at a free music extravaganza in the centre of Leeds.
The View will be one of 10 acts appearing in Millennium Square on Saturday, September 2.

The four-piece hail from Dundee and have just bagged a top 20 hit with their indie rock single Wasted Little DJs.
Other acts on the bill include The Humour and The Delphians.

The concert is expected to attract as many as 4,000 fans, and is the climax of the summer-long Breeze, organised by Leeds City Council.

It is backed by NorthernTrax, a campaign by train operator Northern to discourage youngsters from trespassing on railway lines.

Tickets are available from Gateway Yorkshire at Leeds Station and www.breezeleeds. org website. Gates open at 2pm, the first band is on an hour later


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