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Shoppers enjoy free concert at Westfield Stratford City

11:43 26 August 2014

Australian band Sheppard performing at Westfield Stratford City

Australian band Sheppard performing at Westfield Stratford City

Dan Cadwaller

It’s not often you can listen to a chart-topping band play live while you’re out shopping, but that’s what visitors to Westfield Stratford City were treated to on Sunday.

Indie-pop band Sheppard entertained shoppers with a free concert and even stopped to sign posters for excited young fans afterwards.

The setlist included their new single Geronimo, which has already hit the top spot in their native Australia.

The mini gig was part of a nationwide tour, performing free concerts in shopping centres in between festival dates.

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