Support acts for two of Q's special gigs in the run-up to this years Q Awards with Russian Standard Vodka have been announced.
On Monday October 19, the special guests slots for White Lies will be filled by Bombay Bicycle Club and The Drums, while Sonic Youth's sold out concert October 23 will see support from American rockers Hush Arbors.
Sunshine-fuelled Florida/New York quartet The Drums are featured in this month's 'Upcoming' section of Q, and their first single, Let's Go Surfing was recently QTheMusic's Track Of The Day. The increasingly popular indie rockers in London's Bombay Bicycle Club on their side, released their brilliantly titled debut album I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose earlier this year, deservedly gaining a larger fanbase, not to mention a prestigious support slot for The Pixies at their Brixton Academy gig.
Tickets for these show are on-sale now and available (while they last) to purchase online from Aloud.com.
Q Awards with Russian Standard Vodka - The Gigs
Monday October 19 - White Lies + Bombay Bicycle Club & The Drums
Tuesday October 20 - Biffy Clyro
Wednesday October 21 - Kasabian* + Amorphous Androgynous
Thursday October 22 - Lostprophets
Friday October 23 - Sonic Youth + Hush Arbors - Sold Out!
Saturday October 24 - New To Q Night: Paloma Faith + Very Special Guests + Mumford & Sons
Tickets for our special New To Q Night are £17.50 per ticket + booking fee. All other dates are £25.00 per ticket + booking fee.
*Stay tuned to QTheMusic.com for details of Kasabian on-sale information. Be the first to know all about Q Awards with Russian Standard Vodka - The Gigs and all the latest music news by following Q's Twitter and email newsletter.
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3:53 PM | 30/09/2009
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