The boss didn't let you have a few days off for a five-day frolic in the Glastonbury fields? Oh RATS, we know how desperate you were to see indie rock's Peace dominate the John Peel Stage! But wait a second, what if you could see them dominate another stage, except this time it's in your very own city. One of the biggest music venues in Birmingham has opened its doors an oh so intimate pre-Glastonbury gig with none other than the aforementioned Peace!
Watch Peace this Wednesday at the renowned Institute in the heart of Birmingham's Digbeth.
Heading to Digbeth this Wednesday June 26th for a one off pre-Glastonbury warm up, Worcester rockers Peace are inviting all of 300 gig revelers to the Institute's Temple Room for a night of schmoozing riffs and heralded Indie tones. Whilst having already performed alongside the likes of Django Django and Palma Violets, Peace look set to dominate Glastonbury this year and are kicking proceedings off early for what could be one of their biggest performances yet.