Acclaimed leading lights of Britpop Shed Seven have announced an exclusive summer Yorkshire show at Millennium Square for Saturday 15 July which will see them joined by Liverpool Legends and live favourites Cast and indie Yorkshiremen Skylights.
The Sheds have achieved great success since they burst onto the emerging Britpop scene in 1994, releasing five albums including 2017’s top 10 album ‘Instant Pleasures’ and scoring fourteen Top 40 singles. Last year the band celebrated the 25th anniversary of their acclaimed album A Maximum High, originally released in 1996, which spawned five hit singles: ‘Where Have You Been Tonight?’, ‘Getting Better’, ‘Going For Gold’, ‘Bully Boy’ and ‘On Standby’.
Since getting back together in 2007, Shed Seven have continued to sell out shows across the UK including their first ever headline arena date at Leeds First Direct Arena in 2019 where they performed to a 10,000 strong sold-out crowd.
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