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Whether yours are cherry-red, olive-green, patent-leather pink or classic black, Dr. Martens boots are an undisputed symbol of self-expression – and sometimes, rebellion. As part of the brand's #standforsomething campaign, Dr. Martens is setting up a week-long pop-up shop, opening Monday June 16.

That's not even the best bit. In the three days preceding the shop's opening, the yet-to-be-announced location will host three exclusive gigs.

On the second night, catch up-and-coming Melbourne four-piece Kingswood, returning from Nashville where they've just recorded their first album. To nab a ticket, you'll need to put your name in the online ballot and hope your name gets drawn. The location and time will be announced if you're one of the lucky ones.

Kingswood: Dr. Martens pop-up gig series details

Address
Dr. Martens Pop-Up
16 Grey St, St Kilda 3121

Telephone 03 9534 9205

Date Tue 17 Jun 2014

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