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Declan McKenna is going to play a show at the Virgin Money Unity Arena in Newcastle this weekend

Kaiser Chiefs have also joined the line-up.
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Published: 4:53 pm, September 14, 2020 Photos: Rachel Kiki.
Declan McKenna is going to play a show at the Virgin Money Unity Arena in Newcastle this weekend

Declan McKenna is going to play a show at the Virgin Money Unity Arena in Newcastle on Sunday, 20th September.

The gig series - which also has sets from The Hunna (14th September), Joel Corry (16th September), Chase & Status (17th September) and Jack Savoretti (18th September) coming up - has also announced Kaiser Chiefs for Saturday, 19th September.

Festival organiser Steve Davis says: “We are delighted with how the event has worked out and we're extremely grateful to Newcastle City Council and to all local residents. Their positive can-do attitude has helped employ over 150 people in the local music industry for the last six weeks.

“We plan to make these final shows a big celebration for the city and its music fans. We are delighted with the line-up that will bring the event to a fitting finale.”

Tickets will go on sale from Wednesday 16th September.

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