31 Oct 2012
SXXV, X.O.Dus, Kevin Hewick live in Preston 
24 November sees a special ex-FAC night at The Continental Bar in Preston featuring Section 25, X.O.Dus and Kevin Hewick.

The evening will feature a presentation of 'selected highlights from Shadowplayers' from 18:00-19:45.

Then, after a short break to clear the seating, the live music will start at 20:15 with sets from Kevin Hewick, followed by X.O.Dus and, finally, Section 25.

Tickets are available now at 8.00 GBP advance from The Continental Bar (Tel: 01772 499 425), Action Records Preston (Tel: 01772 884 772), Preston Tourist information (Te: 01772 253 731) and online from wegottickets.com, seetickets.com and ticketline.co.uk.

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