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Get involved with Record Store Day!

Published on 15th April 2014

Looking for something fun to do this Easter Bank Holiday Weekend? Get involved with Record Store Day this Saturday! Celebrate the culture of the independently owned record store, discover some limited edition releases and catch a host of artists performing live in stores across the country.

AEG Live favourites like John Newman, Tom Odell, Ozzy Osbourne, Emeli Sandé and more have released material in honour of the day over the last 7 years. Below are the best AEG Live shows coming up from artists who have contributed to the day before!

Billy Bragg, 1 May 2014 - Eventim Apollo, London

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Singer-songwriter Billy Bragg plays at Raves From the Grave on Record Store Day this year, witness the legend in all his glory at the Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith in a couple of weeks time. There's only a handful of tickets left. Get yours now to avoid disappointment!

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Carl Barat & The Jackals, 15 May 2014 - XOYO, London

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Carl Barât has been a part of Record Store Day many times since it started in 2007. He'll now take to the stage with his new band as Carl Barât & The Jackals playing new material (and expect to hear a few Libertines classics too). In the heart of Shoreditch, this is sure to be a great night!

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The Specials, 21 November 2014 - Troxy, London

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The Specials will release their 7” single ‘Sock It To ‘Em, JB/Rat Race’on for Record Store Day. And better news? They'll be performing at London's Troxy for a special 'Friday Night Saturday Morning' show which is sure to have everyone dancing. Get your tickets today!

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The Enemy, 28 May 2014 - KOKO, London

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Way back in 2006 trendy kids around the world were wearing fluorescent attire and immersing themselves in the latest craze, something called "NU-rave" the tidal wave of indie that had flooded the nation was starting to show signs of receding, when from seemingly nowhere three very young musicians from Coventry emerged calling themselves The Enemy. Don't miss them at KOKO in May!

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