It’ll be the biggest show of the Stockport lads’ career and will take place on Bank Holiday weekend on Sunday, 25th August.Other bands on the bill in support are Inhaler, Shed Seven, The K’s, Seb Lowe, and TTRRUUCES.
Tickets go on sale next Friday, 10th November, at 10am GMT (from here). Fans can also pre-order Blossoms’ new album – set for release next summer, before the Manchester show – to gain access to pre-sale tickets, which will be available from Thursday, 9th November at 10am GMT.
Headlining our biggest show yet at Wythenshawe Park is going to be THE moment of our career so far for us,” said Blossoms frontman Tom Ogden. “It makes me think of me and Joe going to watch Oasis and The Stone Roses at Heaton Park back when we were teenagers, and how important these big summer Manchester shows are to people. It made us want to be in a band, affected what we wore and changed our lives forever. To misquote Dorothy, ‘Lads, I’ve a feeling we’re not on Oldham Street anymore!’”
Our big bank holiday weekend day out!
Blossoms, Wythenshawe Park, Manchester.
Sunday 25 August 2024
Featuring special guests @InhalerDublin, @shedseven, @TheKsUK, @Seb_lowe_music & @ttrruuces
Pre-order our new album (coming Summer 2024) for pre-sale access https://t.co/ZamT96CFzR pic.twitter.com/A5q4vLSn2X
— BLOSSOMS (@BlossomsBand) November 2, 2023
Before hitting Manchester next summer, Blossoms will join Tom Grennan as the opening support at his biggest headlining show to date at London’s Gunnersbury Park.In a nice exchange of acting as support for each other, they’ll also open for Inhaler at their 3 Arena show in Dublin on 11th November this year. Following that, Blossoms will be supporting New Order at their one-off show in LA on 15th November.
The Manchester show announcement come after Blossoms’ new single and the first taste of their fifth studio album ‘To Do List (After The Breakup)’, inspired by the viral poetry book Milk And Honey by Rupi Kaur.EMBED TWEETThe song has singer Findlay featuring on it (of TTRRUUCES fame) and was produced by James Skelly and marks the first new music since their 2022 LP Ribbon Around The Bomb.