Catfish and the Bottlemen Announce Newcastle headline outdoor show

Catfish and the Bottlemen Announce Newcastle headline outdoor show

Newcastle Times Square August 27th

Only North East England show this year

Following their stunning Glastonbury Festival performance, Catfish and the Bottlemen announce their first concert in Newcastle since March 2015. The band will be playing an open air show in Newcastle’s Times Square on Saturday the 27th August.

With their second album The Ride entering the UK charts at number 1 in June, a BRIT Award for Best Breakthrough Act and a series of sold out shows across the calendar, Catfish and the Bottlemen are making 2016 their year.

Tickets for the Newcastle show will go on sale on Friday the 8th July at 10.00am via www.catfishandthebottlemen.com

Tickets will be limited to 6 per person and the purchaser’s name will be printed on each ticket. Purchaser must be in attendance at the venue and carry photo ID.

 

Catfish and the Bottlemen play the following festivals and shows in the UK:

July

Sat 2nd WREXHAM, Glyndwr University Racecourse Stadium (supporting Stereophonics) SOLD OUT

Fri 8th MANCHESTER, Sounds Of The City, Castlefield Bowl SOLD OUT

Sat 9th PERTHSHIRE, T In The Park

Fri 15th OXFORDSHIRE, Truck Festival, Hill Farm

Sun 24th SHEFFIELD, Tramlines

Fri 29th LAKE DISTRICT, Kendal Calling

Sat 30th DERBYSHIRE, Y Not Festival

August

Fri 12th NEWQUAY, Boardmasters

Tues 23rd BELFAST, Belsonic

Sat 27th NEWCASTLE, Times Square (on sale Friday 8th July)

November

Sat 5th DERBY, Arena SOLD OUT

Sun 6th BOURNEMOUTH, BIC

Wed 9th MANCHESTER, Victoria Warehouse SOLD OUT

Thur 10th MANCHESTER, Victoria Warehouse SOLD OUT

Fri 11th MANCHESTER, Victoria Warehouse SOLD OUT

Sun 13th GLASGOW, SECC Hall 4 SOLD OUT

Tue 15th LONDON, SSE Arena Wembley

Thur 17th COVENTRY, Ricoh Arena

Catfish and the Bottlemen are: Van McCann (vocals/guitar), Johnny Bond (guitar), Benji Blakeaway (bass) and Bob Hall (drums).

www.catfishandthebottlemen.com

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