Siouxsie adds 2nd show to Meltdown festivalPosted on 30/04/13
Earlier this month we reported that Siouxsie was to play live again after a 5-year hiatus, more precisely at the Yoko Ono-curated Meltdown festival at London's Southbank Centre (between June 14 and June 23). Due to the demand she has now announced a second night at Yoko Ono’s Meltdown on Monday 17th of June at London's Royal Festival Hall.
Also playing at the event will be Marianne Faithfull, Patti Smith, Iggy & The Stooges, Boy George, and both Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore. For Siouxsie - who will play live on June 15 at the Royal Festival Hall - it will be her first live set in 5 years.
Posted by B. Van Isacker
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