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Rage Against The Machine to play free show as reward
Rage Against The Machine have revealed details of a free gig rewarding fans following the campaign for last year's Christmas number one.
The Californian band have fulfilled their promise by playing a concert at London's Finsbury Park venue on Sunday 6 June.
Tickets for the 40,000 capacity event will be distributed via a lottery system - fans have until midnight on Sunday 14 February to register their details for the ballot.
Announcing the news on Radio 1's Zane Lowe show guitarist Tom Morello said: "We promised to play a free show if our song was number one at Christmas and here we come."
He added: "We were very happy that our song was a vehicle for what was truly a grassroots people's revolution.
Rage beat X Factor's Joe McElderry to Christmas number one
"It was not so much the band as the people who toppled the X Factor giant - frankly it was a shock wave around the world."
In December Rage Against The Machine beat X Factor winner Joe McElderry to Christmas top spot following a Facebook campaign begun by music fans Jon and Tracy Morter.
In the most competitive festive race for many years the Californian rap-rockers sold 500,000 downloads of their track Killing In The Name, beating McElderry's cover of Miley Cyrus's The Climb by 50,000.