Sounds Of The City announces rescheduled 2021 dates

The concert series has announced that their summer 2021 shows at Castlefield Bowl have been rescheduled

Last year was cancelled, but Castlefield will once again be alive with music as the Sounds of the City series of outdoor gigs returns to Castlefield Bowl this autumn and next summer.

Due to the current coronavirus outbreak and the government measures implemented to limit its spread, renowned concert series Sounds Of The City has announced that their summer 2021 shows have now been rescheduled.

Foals, The Streets, Kaiser Chiefs and Razorlight are all once again confirmed to headline the run of shows with new dates, along with favourites Hacienda Classical.

All existing tickets will still be valid for the new dates.

The headline shows at Castlefield Bowl will now take place on the following dates in September 2021 and in June and July 2022.

Wednesday 22nd September 2021 – Kaiser Chiefs & Razorlight plus special guests.

Thursday 23rd September 2021 – Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott plus special guests.

Friday 24th September 2021 – The Streets plus special guests.

Saturday 25th September 2021 – Hacienda Classical plus special guests.

Wednesday 29th June 2022 – Foals plus special guests.

Wednesday 6th July 2022 – Lewis Capaldi plus special guests.

Further announcements for the Crowded House and DMA’S shows due to take place in summer 2021 will be announced soon, so keep your eyes peeled.

Please keep hold of your tickets, say organisers, and further information will follow in due course.

Since 2013, Sounds Of The City has become an integral part of the Manchester music scene with some of the most acclaimed live artists taking to the stage from the likes of Kylie, The National, Chic, New Order, Arcade Fire, The Kooks, Elbow, The Wombats, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Rag’N’Bone Man, Last Shadow Puppets, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Paolo Nutini, James, Pixies and Courteeners.

All original tickets will still be valid for the new dates, say organisers. All remaining tickets for the shows are available to buy now at and


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