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Thursday 19 April 2018

Bands in tune for anti-poverty rally

Lesley-Anne Mckeown

Two Door Cinema Club will headline an anti-G8 concert in Belfast.

The indie rockers, who are also set to play Glastonbury this summer, will join thousands of anti-poverty protesters at the Big IF Belfast gig in the city's Botanic Gardens tomorrow.

The event, which has been billed as a musical extravaganza and family fun day with an important message, is sold out.

Participants will urge the leaders of the eight nations to put tackling hunger in the developing world at the top of their priority list.

Irish Independent

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