The Wombats will perform on Millennium Square on Friday 14 July 2023 as part of Sounds of the City 2023 with special guests Circa Waves. Tickets go on sale on Friday 18 November at 9am.
Over 15 years into their career, The Wombats are pulling in bigger audiences than ever before. The viral success of Oliver Nelson’s remix of 2015 hit ‘Greek Tragedy’ has enraptured a whole new generation of fans, a feat they’ve managed to continually repeat since their 2007 debut A Guide To Love, Loss & Desperation. The band met and formed in Liverpool, UK in the early 2000’s, and have moved onto have international success over the course of five studio albums, topping the UK album chart with 2022’s Fix Yourself, Not The World and reaching over 1 billion streams worldwide with their acclaimed discography. 2022 has seen the band play their biggest headline shows to date across the US, UK, Europe and Australia, including a headline show at The O2 in London.
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 email@example.com or call 0113 376 0318 (Wed-Sat, 12-5pm).
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