Vampire Weekend's Eden Sessions 2010 date cancelled

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The Vampire Weekend/ Broken Bells Eden Sessions 2010 date at the Eden Project has been cancelled. The New Yorkers were due to open the 2010 series of events this coming Thursday 24th June at the St. Austell Eden Project, along with Broken Bells, featuring Danger Mouse (the DJ from Gnarls Barkley, not the TV rodent) and James Mercer from The Shins.

The Eden Sessions have issued an apology for the cancellation and ticket-holders are advised to contact their place of purchase to obtain a refund (Eden Session box office: 01726 811972, SeeTickets: 0870 264 3333 or TicketMaster: 08444 999 999).

The Sessions will now start with Jack Johnson on Saturday 26th June, supported by Mojave 3 (face value tickets now sold-out), with Mika along with X Factor 2008 runner-up Diana Vickers taking over on the Sunday (few tickets still available, priced at £40 + fees). Doves run things from Saturday 2nd July, ably assisted by Mumford and Sons (tickets now sold-out), with Calvin Harris, Annie Mac, Audio Bullys and a Zero 7 DJ set taking place the following day (tickets, £40 + fees).

Pub Landlord Al Murray rules the roost on Friday 9th July, along with We are Klang's Greg Davies, The Dinks' Craig Campbell, London favourite Rob Deering and young BBC Switch presenter and comic Tom Deacon. Tickets are still available, priced at £30.

Finally, on Tuesday 13th July singer/ songwriters Paolo Nutini and Martha Wainwright finish-up the 2010 sessions - face value tickets for this date have long-since sold-out.

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