16 November 2011
Section 25 @ Blackpool Art Fair 
As part of the 2011 Blackpool Art Fair at The Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool there will be a special foyer exhibition of Section 25's back catalogue including album artwork by Peter Saville, band memorabilia and other historical material documenting the history of the band from the early days up to the present.

The show will also include a tribute to the art of Larry Cassidy, a founder member of the band who sadly passed away in 2010. The exhibition will run from 19 November 2011 until 14 January 2012.

As a special close to The Blackpool Art Fair, on 14 January 2012, the band will perform an all-seated, semi-acoustic recital followed by a Q&A session with the audience which will be facilitated by modern music pundit John Robb.

The exhibition and concert will be at The Grundy Art Gallery, Queen Street, Blackpool, Lancs FY1 1PX (Tel: 01253 478170). Doors open 8pm and entrance is free with advance tickets available from the Grundy reception.

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