We are thrilled to announce that Bastille have been announced as the first artist to perform as part of the annual ‘Sounds of the City’ and Millennium Square Summer Series outdoor music concert series on Thursday 13 July 2023.
2023 marks the 10th Anniversary of Bastille’s chart-conquering, twice No.1 debut album, ‘Bad Blood’. In celebration of its release the band have announced a series of very special one-off shows next summer, giving fans the opportunity to hear the album played live in its entirety alongside other fan favourites. Hailed as a trailblazing album, ‘Bad Blood’ featured the international hit, ‘Pompeii’ and became the biggest-selling digital album of 2013 and went on to achieve triple platinum status with over 1 million copies sold in the UK alone. In 2022, Bastille released their fourth album, the No.1, critically acclaimed record, ‘Give Me The Future’ and earlier this year the band completed an extensive sold-out UK arena tour.
Don’t miss out on what is set to be one of the hottest tickets for summer 2023!
A limited number of pre-bookable tickets for the Raised Accessible Viewing Platform are available to purchase in advance for disabled customers plus 1 companion. Customers will be required to sign up to the Council’s Essential Companion Scheme to access these tickets. For further details please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0113 376 0318 (Wed-Sat, 12-5pm).
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