February 17, 2014 14:48

Pixies and James to headline Manchester's Summer In The City

Royal Blood and reunited Starsailor also among first line-up additions for July event

Pixies and James to headline Manchester's Summer In The City

Photo: Inma Varandela

Pixies and James will headline this year's Summer In The City event in Manchester.

Both bands will perform at Castlefield Bowl with Pixies headlining on July 10 and rising British duo Royal Blood supporting them on the day. Meanwhile, James will perform live the next day (July 11). Supporting James will be Starsailor, who have reformed specifially for the occasion. Further guests for each day are expected to be announced shortly.

Tickets for the event go on sale at 9am on Friday, February 21. Scroll down for further ticket details.

Summer In The City 2014 line-up

Pixies, Royal Blood (July 10)
James, Starsailor (11)


To check the availability of Summer In The City tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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