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Mystery Jets and Temples are playing a free gig at London’s Flat Iron Square this summer

The event takes places on Saturday 17th August.
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Published: 9:38 am, July 17, 2019
Mystery Jets and Temples are playing a free gig at London’s Flat Iron Square this summer

Mystery Jets and Temples are playing London’s Flat Iron Square this summer.

They’ll perform as part of the bill for all-day, multi-venue event X-Posure Summer Party, which celebrates over twenty years of Radio X DJ John Kennedy’s X-Posure Show.

There will also be an “In Conversation” stage featuring The Maccabees’ Felix White, Ed and Russ from Editors, plus Dan Le Sac and Scroobius Pip.

The free event takes places on Saturday 17th August, at Omeara, the Outdoor Garden Stage, and APRES.

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