As had been rumored, The Stone Roses are playing an “intimate” club gig in London tonight — presumably tied to the ongoing Olympic festivities — that is free to fans who live in the London area and who bought tickets to the band’s three-night homecoming stand at Manchester’s Heaton Park earlier this summer.
The band posted details on the ticket giveaway on its website and on Facebook earlier today:
The Stone Roses are playing an intimate gig this evening in London. Entry to this show is free but strictly limited.
We will be giving away a number of tickets today to fans from the London area who bought tickets for Heaton Park.
If you are one of those randomly chosen you will receive an email (via the email address you provided when purchasing Heaton Park tickets) in the next hour offering you the opportunity to claim a pair of tickets.
The first people to immediately reply to this email will then be allocated the tickets and will receive details of how and where to collect their pair of tickets for the show from. Entry to the venue is 18 years + only.
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