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The Vaccines Reveal The Details Of Their Secret ShortList Gig

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There’s no such thing as a free lunch but now, thanks to us generous souls at ShortList, there is such a thing as a free live music gig with one of the biggest bands in the country.

In the first of a new series of music events called ShortList Sessions, we’re presenting this incredible show with the The Vaccines in the smallest venue they’ve ever played.

This is an exclusive chance for you, dear ShortList readers, to see the band up close and very personal in a cosy little pub around from our offices in London called The Rugby. And the new copy of the magazine (out on Thursday morning) is your ticket.

The venue capacity is limited to a small number of people, so you had better be quick! It’s also over-18s only, because, you know, it’s a pub and there may be drinking.

For those who can’t make it, we will be streaming the gig live right HERE.

The (not so) secret Vaccines gig is on Thursday 9 April at 5.30pm at The Rugby Tavern, 19 Great James St, London WC1

[Images: Derrick Santini]

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