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Blossoms return to Manchester on August bank holiday weekend 2024 for the biggest headline show of their career.
The announcement follows the incredibly well received release of Blossoms’ brand-new single, ‘To Do List (After The Breakup)’, inspired and named after the viral poetry book ‘Milk And Honey’ by Rupi Kaur. Currently receiving widespread national radio support, the single which features Findlay on vocals, has been premiered by Radio 1’s Future Sounds and added to the A List across key networks, including Radio X’s Record Of The Week.
Support at the event will come from internationally acclaimed acts including Dublin’s Inhaler and the legendary Shed Seven. Following Inhaler’s breathtaking sold-out gig at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse in May this year, the Dublin quartet, headed up by Elijah Hewson, return to Manchester for what will be another stunning live performance. Another big return, Shed Seven will play their biggest Manchester date yet celebrating the 30th anniversary of their incredible back catalogue. Other acts joining Blossoms at Wythenshawe Park include The K’s, Seb Lowe and recent ‘To Do List (After The Breakup) collaborator, Findlay, who will kick things off at Wythenshawe Park with her band TTRRUUCES