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June 21st 2009: The Natural History Museum.

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So, as we know, Dawn Of The Don was awesome. Michael and I were going through the footage last night. It is ACE ON GIANT PROSTHETIC DINOSAUR LEGS.

Speaking of which, I can now announce where next we shall be having one of our patented AWESOME PARTIES.

Next, we shall having one of our patented AWESOME PARTIES IN…

The Natural History Museum.

On the longest day of the year.

Summer Solstice.

YES WE SHALL!

Beneath a giant planet, in a room full of stars.

Two very excellent points about this gig:

It is FREE to get into (with limited ticket supplies, natch).

It’s an all ages show.

It’s happening on Sunday 21st June, as part of Music Day. We shall be playing at 8pm.

Cool huh? We shall be, I think, the third band ever to do this particular thing, the others being The Strokes and British Sea Power.

It’s gonna be SUPER SPECIAL, and the details of that special nature shall emerge over the coming weeks.

SO!

If you wanna come, what you need to do is send an email to donsolstice@googlemail.com, sharpish, saying how many tickets you need, and I shall reserve them for you.

Facebook page here.

WHOO!

OK, in the meanwhile, enjoy this bootleg of Streetfighter, from The Omega Sanction, and Rob Zombie’s Demon Speeding, by talented Missouri resident Scott Stubblefield.

— Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

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5 Comments »

  1. Wonchop
    June 3, 2009
    1:59 am

    3rd excellent point:

    It's on the weekend and it's after uni has finished. ;D

  2. Akira The Don
    June 3, 2009
    2:01 am

    WIN!

  3. Scott Stubblefield
    June 3, 2009
    7:53 am

    Thanks for the post of my vid. Your the shit!!!!

    p.s. 'Steam' is the fuck'n mad notes!! PROPS BABY!!!!

  4. Doktor Gonzo
    June 4, 2009
    12:38 am

    Fuck yes. Hello NHM and hello musical greatness!

  5. George
    June 5, 2009
    12:57 pm

    Message sent, hope there's still tickets! So glad this is on a Sunday as I'm not working and I missed the DotD!

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