The Stone Roses have revealed they will perform a special free show in London tonight (6 August, 2012), with fans being alerted by email if they are able to attend the show.
The reformed band were rumoured to be playing a gig in the capital last week, with fans having to wait a few extra days to see Ian Brown and co. in action.
Posting on their Facebook page this morning, the band revealed that Londoners who bought tickets to see the group in Manchester's Heaton Park will be randomly e-mailed via a lottery system.
"The Stone Roses are playing an intimate gig this evening in London. Entry to this show is free but strictly limited." The Facebook post reads.
Continuing: We will be giving away a number of tickets today to fans from the London area who bought tickets for Heaton Park."
"If you are one of those randomly chosen you will receive an email (via the email address you provided when purchasing Heaton Park tickets) in the next hour offering you the opportunity to claim a pair of tickets. The first people to immediately reply to this email will then be allocated the tickets and will receive details of how and where to collect their pair of tickets for the show from. Entry to the venue is 18 years + only."
Meanwhile, drummer Reni recently revealed that he agreed to reform with the band after hearing how good the new songs Brown and guitarist John Squire had worked on were.
Photos: The Stone Roses back together and live in Manchester