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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 17 2008 at 11:44
Oh Im having a GREAT Day
http://www.planetgong.co.uk/

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GONG Posted Wed 16 Apr 2008
For the latest transmissions from the luminous green planet - Gong dada 'hymn-self', daevid allen, is joined by co-founder Gilli Smyth, the motherbeat bass of Mike Howlett, master drummer Chris Taylor, incomparable jazz saxophonist Theo Travis - and for the first time in the UK since 1975 - Steve Hillage & Miquette Giraudy!

Both these events have a special limited 'Early Bird' ticket offer available to you.


Sat 14 Jun - UK, London, Queen Elizabeth Hall (seated venue) - GONG at Massive Attack's Meltdown
7.30pm. Tickets 18.50 (rear stalls), 22.50 (front stalls). South Bank Centre, London, SE1 8XX.

To get tickets in advance of the general on-sale date of 25th April and claim a 5 discount you need to call 0871 663 2500 (UK) or +44 871 663 2500 (from abroad) and quote 'Fan Offer' (their words, you're all friends to us). This offer is for phone and in person sales only.


Sun 15 Jun - UK, London, The Forum (standing venue) - GONG + Slackbaba
7.30pm. Tickets 19.50. Kentish Town, London, NW5 1JY

To get tickets online with reduced booking fee and transaction costs visit:-

www.artistticket.com/artist/?s=gong

This offer is limited to the first 500 tickets and comprises of a 1.25 booking fee as opposed to 2.45. Non-UK purchasers will be able to pickup their tickets on the night of the show. UK purchasers will also have the additional benefit of a 2.50 postal processing cost (First Class Post Recorded Delivery) as opposed to the normal 4.90 seetickets.com processing fee.

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prefer the sink to the gutter
keep our sand-castle virtues
content to be a doer
as well as a thinker,
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