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Carl Barāt And Pete Doherty Confirm London Shows As Part Of Somewhere Festival

Monday, 10 June 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Carl Barât and Pete Doherty have announced two acoustic performances in London as part of Somewhere Festival.

The Libertines bandmates will play Hackney Empire on September 5 and 6, with tickets for the shows on sale now. The dates will mark their first acoustic shows together in over five years and will follow the Libertines' previously announced gig headlining the Coombe Weekender. Barât said:

"It's been a long old while since Peter and I have done anything like this, we are both really excited by the prospect and I’m sure there will be a few surprises. It will be a right old night, at what is one of our favourite venues – the Hackney Empire."

Somewhere Festival originally launched in Tokyo and this year will head to London for ths first time for 10 shows. For the Carl Barât and Pete Doherty performance, the theatre will be illuminated with exactly 1,001 candles.

Doherty, meanwhile, released his self-titled debut album with his new band, the Puta Madres, in April.

Somewhere Festival Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu September 05 2019 - LONDON Hackney Empire
Fri September 06 2019 - LONDON Hackney Empire

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