Tuesday, July 03, 2007


The View will be playing an intimate warm-up show ahead of their headlining appearance at this years King Tuts Tent at T in the Park.

The band have confirmed that, true to form, they will be covering another area of the country to allow fans to see them perform songs from hit album Hats off to the Buskers at The Martell, Burnbank Road, Falkirk on Wednesday night, 4th July. Demand for this show is likely to be phenomenal, and as such, to ensure true fans get the chance to see this exclusive performance, it's now been decided to make this show a ticketed event.

Tickets are only available from the venue, in person, from 12 o'clock on the day of the show, no card payment facilities are available at the venue. The venue will not be open prior to 12 noon on Wednesday. Tickets, priced £10, will be restricted to maximum of 4 per person. Tickets will be identifiable, numbered, and personal details taken to ensure fair and equal distribution. NOTE: DUE TO LICENSING REGULATIONS THIS IS AN OVER 18's SHOW.

Doors for the show will open at approximately 8pm with support acts The Law, Luva Anna and a mystery guest and his band familiar to View fans, all taking the stage before The View's perfomance. Curfew time is 12pm.

Obviously, there will a number of disappointed fans due to age and capacity restrictions, but those of you who are eligible and fortunate enough to get a ticket will see something special. Good luck!!


Anonymous Meep =] said...

i'm sorry but the martell wasn't the best place for one of the best scottish bands to play a gig considering its the biggest chav club in falkirk.=/

i heard there was a fight...

u should have made it unticketed and made sure that folk "inapproriately dressed" a.k.a chavs/neds/jakes don't get in =]

please come bak!

i would have been there if i had known about it. so would most of my friends

once again i'm sorry

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