Laura Marling will play a free show in Brooklyn on Wednesday
You can catch the British phenom in an intimate performance—but you'll have to win tix from WFUV to get in.
Fri Sep 6 2013
Photograph: Lucy Hamblin
Laura Marling, the 23-year-old British singer-songwriter, has accomplished plenty in her young career—she's already released four well-received albums of intense, thoughtful folk music. So it's no surprise that Marling's two shows at the Music Hall of Williamsburg this week (Sunday and Monday night) are both sold out.
Luckily, you have one more chance to catch the young indie darling before she leaves town. Marling has just announced that she'll be playing a free show at St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church in Brooklyn Heights on Wednesday, September 11 at 8pm. But tickets are, of course, limited—to potentially claim a spot, head to radio station WFUV's website, where you can enter your name into a random drawing. Winners will be notified via e-mail on Monday, September 9.
[h/t Brooklyn Vegan]
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