05.26.08 Flying Padovanis - London/Paris dates in June...


The Flying Padovanis have several gigs lined up in London and Paris ahead of The Police's Hyde Park performance.

They are playing at:

14/06/2008 Le Reservoir, Paris
25/06/2008 The Eel Pie Club
28/06/2008 The Ace Café, Wembley
29/06/2008 Hyde Park

Henry advises that the gig at the Ace Café in particular should be lots of fun - it's a 700 capacity venue and entrance is free! A great place to see a full show by the Flying Padovanis ahead of their appearance in Hyde Park on 29 June. Henry looks forward to seeing you there!
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