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Summer Fruits de Mer All-Dayer

Fruits de Mer artists from around the world will gather on-stage at the Borderline in Central London on August 10th

by Henry Schneider, Published 2013-06-13

Stay, The Luck of Eden Hall, Sendelica, Jack Ellister and - you've guessed it - The almighty Pretty Things - topping the bill. The first 150 people through the door on the day will get an FdM/Record Collector goodie-bag - including an 'official' Fruits de Mer promo CD, more CDs from FdM artists, posters and other fishy stuff.

Filed under: Concerts

Related artist(s): The Pretty Things, The Luck of Eden Hall

More info
http://http://www.reallylivemusic.com/fdm-splutter

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