Libertines and Buzzcocks to play Love Music Hate Racism

| 10 March 2004

The Libertines, The Buzzcocks, Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, Miss Black America, The Others and Haven have joined forces to make a stand against the racism and intolerance which is increasingly prevalent in Britain today.

Drawing on the spirit of the Rock Against Racism campaign of the late 70s, originally supported by The Clash and The Buzzcocks, the gig aims to promote unity, bringing together black and white, young and old to celebrate multiculturalism and to prove that mixing cultures via music is far more fun than suspicion and violence.

Love Music Hate Racism takes place 16 March at London's Astoria. Tickets are 12.50 each.

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In more Love Music Hate Racism news, The Borderline in London is to initiate a weekly Rock Against Racism night that will feature hotly tipped bands along with a number of established artists.

To kick things off, Haven play the Borderline on 23 March, tickets cost 4.

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