A Place To Bury Strangers, Wire for South Street Seaport

Dirty Projectors also on bill for summer shows

A Place To Bury Strangers, Wire for South Street Seaport
A Place To Bury Strangers, Wire and Dirty Projectors have been lined up to play South Street Seaport this summer in New York.

The shows, which take place among the tall ships at Pier 17 in south Manhattan, will also feature performances from Atlas Sound, No Age, King Khan, White Williams and El Guincho.

The shows are all free, and tonight’s show features Wire and New Zealand punk-rockers Die! Die! Die!

The schedule so far is:

Wire, Die! Die! Die!, DJ Mike Wolf (May 30)
A Place to Bury Strangers, King Khan & the Shrines (June 27)
No Age, Abe Vigoda, Telepathe (July 11)
Mary Weiss of the Shangri-Las (18)
Atlas Sound, El Guincho (25)
Brother Ali (August 1)
Dirty Projectors, White Williams (15)

More acts will be announced soon. Stay tuned to [b]NME.COM
for more details.

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