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Download Festival 2010 in the United Kingdom
This Week - 06/23/2010
Last week, Thirty Seconds To Mars rocked two headlining nights in Germany, then heading over to Finland for Provinssirock Festival, and onward to Sweden for the Gothenburg Pier Festival. With one additional stop in Germany, and the Band now prepares for upcoming shows in Switzerland for Open Air Festival, Luxembourg for Rock A Field, and France for two nights.
This November, Mars will be returning to the international front for a series of shows thru December. To see what dates have been added for the UK and Germany, visit the official Tour Page today! For more information or to purchase Pre-Sale tickets or Golden Ticket To Mars Packages, click here.
Heading to a show? Be sure to "RSVP" for each event you plan on attending on the official Thirty Seconds To Mars Facebook Events Page by clicking here. See below for the forthcoming week of shows, possibly near you!
Fri Jun 25 - St. Gallen, Switzerland (Open Air Festival)
Sat Jun 26 - Enschede, The Netherlands (TMF Awards)
Sun Jun 27 - Luxembourg (Rock A Field)
Tues Jun 29 - France (Bikini)
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Weekly Picks From the Band
Book of the Week
Preacher is a comic book series created by writer Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon, published by the American comic book label Vertigo imprint of DC Comics, with painted covers by Glenn Fabry. The series consists of 75 issues in total, telling the story of Jesse Custer, a down-and-out preacher in the small Texas town of Annville, who was accidentally possessed by the supernatural creature named Genesis in an incident which killed his entire congregation and flattened his church.
Movie of the Week
Spirited Away is a 2001 Japanese animated film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki and produced by Studio Ghibli. The film follows a sullen ten-year-old girl who is in the process of moving to a new town (presumably in the countryside) with her family, and chronicles her adventures in a world of spirits and monsters.
Album of the Week
Crystal Castles - Crystal Castles II is the second self-titled studio album by the electronic music band from Ontario, Canada. Despite an early mix leak and no record label promotion, the band's album reached #1 on various electronic music charts worldwide. Produced by Ethan Kath (in various places including a church in Iceland, a self built cabin in northern Ontario, as well as an abandoned convenience store garage in Detroit Michigan), the record also features 2 songs recorded in the London studio of Paul "Phones" Epworth.
Website of the Week
Monterey Bay Aquarium, whose commitment to advancing ocean conservation has been demonstrated through the aquarium and far beyond, provides Seafood Watch Pocket Guides online. By carrying the pocket guide that’s right for your region, it helps you choose ocean-friendly seafood wherever you live or travel. Access all of the available Pocket Guides by clicking here.