5 Aug 2006
Section 25 live @ Summer Daze Festival, Blackpool 
Section 25 are playing the Summer Daze Festival in Stanley Park, Blackpool on Sunday 27 August (Bank Holiday weekend). It'll be a short 20 minute set and they'll be on stage at approx 3pm.

The festival is to promote the 2nd Ugly Truth About Blackpool CD that S25 are featured on. The track used is a version of Dirty Disco recorded live in Paris (June 2006). The CD is available at Music Zone/Action Records/Picadilly,cheers Vin

Summer Daze Festival (free entry)
Stanley Park
Blackpool
Lancs
Sunday 27 Aug 2006

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Don't forget there's still time to enter the competition to win tickets for Section 25's gig at the King's Arms, Salford on Friday 11 August.

Finally, the tickets for the S25 London gig at The Underworld, Camden on 11 November have just gone on sale on Ticketweb.

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