The electronic London duo, comprised of Tom MacFarland and Josh Lloyd-Watson, will take to the stage at the venue on 11 July next year.
News of their headline slot comes amid the pair’s current run of dates in Canada and the US, which will head over to Europe later this year.
Of course, this buzzy time for Jungle comes off the back of their recent fourth studio album, Volcano, which in turn saw them play a triumphant show at All Points East, replete with some of their newfound favourites.
You asked for more uk shows 😎😎😎 Super excited to announce a new date in the UK next summer – Thursday 11th July in Manchester at the Castlefield Bowl 🌋🌋🌋
Tickets go on sale this Friday 22nd September 9.30am. Get your tickets early to avoid disappointment 🤩 pic.twitter.com/FACPvUsmzV
— Jungle (@jungle4eva) September 18, 2023
Tickets for their Castlefield Bowl show are due to go on sale at 9:30am (BST) this Friday, September 22 – and you can purchase yours here.
Discussing their latest album with whynow, MacFarland told us he hoped the record would “transport [listeners] away from whatever’s going on in their life at the moment, whether that’s good or bad; just take them away, mentally, spiritually, to somewhere which feels a little bit more free.”
“That’s how we feel when we’re making it, and that’s how we feel we’re playing it live. It’s a real escape for us and it can be the same for everyone else.”
And now you’ll have a chance to indulge in such an atmosphere at Manchester’s huge outdoor venue next year.