Belle & Sebastian Play Scottish Tsunami Benefit
Added on 20th January 2005

Belle & Sebastian will be performing at the SECC in Glasgow as part of the Scottish Tsunami Benefit on Saturday February 19th. Other bands appearing include Franz Ferdinand, Travis, Idlewild, Teenage Fanclub, Mogwai and more. All the bands will be playing roughly 20 minute sets.
Tickets will go on sale on Sunday January 23rd at 10am, and will only be available from the SECC Box Office on 0870 040 4000, at SECC Xtra at St. Enoch Centre and online at Prices are £28.50 for standing and seating, with a limited number of premium seats available at £40.

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