Fresh from headlining Neighbourhood Weekender, Pulp have added some huge new shows to their “this is what we do for an encore” tour including a huge date at Castlefield Bowl.
After more than 20 years, Britpop legends Pulp are set to make their highly-anticipated return to Manchester with a special reunion show at Castlefield Bowl. Following their announcement last year, the band is embarking on a summer tour, a long overdue one if you ask us!
Led by the enigmatic Jarvis Cocker, Pulp have managed to remain one of the most beloved parts of the music landscape since their formation in 1983 despite their, what we will now call, extended hiatus.
Taking place on July 4, the Castlefield Bowl show will be an unforgettable night for fans, marking Pulp’s first gig in Manchester in over two decades. Joining them on this special occasion will be indie musician Baxter Dury.
As part of their summer tour, Pulp will also be performing at renowned festivals and solo shows across the UK, including London’s Eventim Apollo and their hometown of Sheffield.
Tickets for the Castlefield Bowl show will be available for purchase starting June 2 at 9am. Don’t miss this chance to be a part of Pulp’s triumphant return to Manchester and under the open skies of such a superb setting.