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Deerhunter

Concorde 2, Brighton
Sunday 27th May
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Beth Ditto

Concorde 2, Brighton
Thursday 31st May
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Ty Segall

Concorde 2, Brighton
Monday 4th June
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Don Broco

Concorde 2, Brighton
Tuesday 5th June
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LICE – The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
LICE

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton
The Magic Numbers – The Old Market, Hove
The Magic Numbers

The Old Market, Hove
Amber Run – Green Door Store
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Green Door Store, Brighton
Frank Turner – The Roundhouse, London
Frank Turner

The Roundhouse, London


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