Indie greats Two Door Cinema Club announce huge Manchester Castlefield Bowl gig
It's part of the huge outdoor summer gig series at the venue.
Two Door Cinema Club have announced a huge outdoor gig at Castlefield Bowl in Manchester.
One of the biggest indie bands of the 2010s, the group will be taking to the beautiful canal-side venue on Sunday 9 July 2023.
They’ll be joined by Sundara Karma and The Royston Club as their support acts.
Northern Irish rockers Two Door Cinema Club shot to success with their debut album Tourist History in 2010, which included singles Something Good Can Work and Undercover Martyn.
Arguably their best-known song is What You Know, a staple on nightclub dance floors for more than a decade.
They then went on to release three more studio albums, Beacon, Gameshow, and False Alarm, each reaching the top 10 of the UK albums chart, before dropping their fifth album Keep On Smiling.
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The album was written and produced during and coming out of lockdown, with additional production from Jacknife Lee and Dan Grech Marguerat.
Performing to huge audiences and headlining festivals across the world, this summer Two Door Cinema Club will head to Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl.
Tickets go on sale Friday 3 February at 9.30am and will be available from See Tickets.
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