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Plan B to the Mystery Jets - Rugby Library rocks

Published: 24th June 2010 14:18

Plan B to the Mystery Jets - Rugby Library rocks

Five-piece indie band the ‘Mystery Jets' are to play at Rugby Library on Saturday July 3, as part of the ongoing ‘Get it Loud in Libraries' programme, supported by Warwickshire County Council.

The ‘Mystery Jets' follow a sell-out performance by ‘Plan B' at Rugby Library in March. "We are really excited to get another big-name band so soon," said Paul MacDermott, Audience Development Manager for Warwickshire Libraries.

"I'm sure that's because the Plan B event was so successful. Rugby Library works really well as a live music venue and the staff there are fantastic - so enthusiastic."

Tickets for the Mystery Jets on July 3rd cost £10, and are available from: www.seetickets.com. The brainchild of Stewart Parsons of Lancashire Libraries, the ‘Get it Loud in Libraries' project proved so popular it won national support from the MLA (Museums, Libraries and Archives) and is being rolled out across the country.

Brit Award winners ‘Florence and The Machine' and ‘Adele' as well as ‘Bat For Lashes' and ‘Juliette Lewis' have played in local libraries since ‘Get it Loud' was launched in 2005.'Get it Loud in Libraries' aims to get young people (14 to 25) - who are the lowest users of libraries - through the doors via their love of music.

Stewart explained: "The aim is to present the best of pop culture and new music in the traditional library setting, months before many of the acts break through, and also allow young people a great, often 'first time' time in a library."

As an added incentive, Warwickshire Library and Information Service is offering people who attend this gig the chance to win free entry to a future gig at Rugby Library.

All they have to do is to borrow a book in the two weeks following the concert (you can join the Library for free if you are not already a member). Flyers promoting this offer will be available on the night.

Source: www.warwickshire.gov.uk

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