See Nas and Plan B for Free This Summer

No festival tickets this summer? Want to see Nas, SBTRKT, Plan B and loads of other acts for free instead? Then get involved with Converse REPRESENT.

Running from July 30 to August 10, Converse REPRESENT is a free summer music series taking place at London’s legendary 100 Club, the longest running popular music venue in the world.

The series will present nine gigs, featuring a total of 45 artists from different musical disciplines and eras including (deep breath) Plan B, Nas, Paul Weller, Spiritualized, Toots and The Maytals, SBTRKT, UK Subs, Santigold, Overkill, Kano, John Talabot, Django Django, Best Coast and other special guests.

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The REPRESENT music series will also be available through live streaming via the Converse Facebook page. For more information on artist line-ups, free ticket access and live streaming please visit www.converse.co.uk/represent

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