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The Flaws for INEC this weekend
The gig will be streamed live via Facebook...
The Hot Press Newsdesk, 04 Oct 2012
The Flaws are set to play the Homegrown Sessions in Killarney's INEC venue this coming Saturday, October 6.
The Sessions have already welcomed Solar Taxi, Jamie Lawson and runawayGo, with the gigs streaming live via Facebook.
The gig will be streamed live from 9.30pm, meaning you can enjoy the show from the comfort of your living-room. For more info on this and upcoming Homegrown Sessions gigs, click here.
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