Macmillan Cancer Support will once again take over Brick Lane in East London when the second run of its new music event – the Brick Lane Takeover – will welcome 2000 music enthusiasts from 5.30pm through to the early hours. The all-dayer kicks off at 5.30pm and offers 7 hours of brilliant music from an eclectic mix of some of the best indie, electro, folk and punk rock bands around. One wristband will give fans access to live music from a host of established acts, across East London’s finest venues - 93 Feet East, Vibe Bar, Café 1001, The Brickhouse, Rough Trade, Spitalfields Market and Cargo. Spitalfields will host live music during lunch time starting at 12.00pm and activities throughout the day including free Benefit ‘Brick Lane Makeovers’, cake stalls and a hog roast available in Bishops Square. Tickets are available NOW from www.bricklanetakeover.com priced at £20 with all proceeds going to help Macmillan continue to provide vital services which help make a real difference to the lives of people affected by cancer. You can also purchase your ticket on the day from the Macmillan owned area at Spitalfields or any of the participating venues. Last year the event raised £20,000 and this year Macmillan aims to raise an incredible £35,000 to help improve the lives of people affected by cancer Final line-up: “SECRET HEADLINE ACT” / KILL IT KID / ERLAND AND THE CARNIVAL / GOLDHEART ASSEMBLY / THREE TRAPPED TIGERS / RACHEL FURNER / TUBELORD / DJ FORMAT / MIDFIELD GENERAL / LITTLE COMETS / SOUND OF GUNS / COSMO JARVIS / TREETOP FLYERS / BEATBULLYZ / TIM AND SAM'S TIM AND THE SAM'S BAND / CLOCK OPERA / HUNGRY KIDS OF HUNGARY / HOODLUMS / ALLO DARLIN' / ROBINSON / THE PARIS RIOTS / JAMIE LEY / 26 / BLONDE AMBITION DJ'S / THE JESSIE ROSE TRIP / SHACKLETONS / SAM LITTLE / STEVE SMYTH / JESS ROBERTS / THE ATTIKA STATE / LOST ON CAMPUS / LIZ AND THE LIGERS / KING JIM / DEAD TOWN RADIO Tickets, exclusive interviews and information all available at www.bricklanetakeover.com About Macmillan Cancer Support • Macmillan is source of support not only for patients but also their families and carers • Guiding people through the system Macmillan supports them every step of the way through the Cancerline, website, support groups and trained professionals • One in three of us will get cancer. 2 million of us are living with it • Money raised will enable Macmillan to fund specialist nurses and doctors, treatment centres and provide information and support to cancer patients across the UK • To find out more about Macmillan Cancer Support, visit www.macmillan.org.uk