The Chemical Brothers to play Liverpool Music Week

Madness sign up for city festival too

The Chemical Brothers to play Liverpool Music Week
The Chemical Brothers are set to play Liverpool Music Week.

The event begins on November 30 and runs until December 9.

The bash will see 200 bands play over 15 venues throughout Merseyside.

Also set to perform are Madness, Lightspeed Champion, Good Shoes, Clinic and Friendly Fires.

The initial line-up is:

Good Shoes at Carling Academy (November 30)
Pendulum at Carling Academy (December 1)
John Yorkston venue TBC (3)
Dan Le Sac V Scroobius Pip venue TBC (5)
Friendly Fires venue TBC (6)
Lightspeed Champion venue TBC (7)
Madness at Aintree Pavilion (December 8)
The Chemical Brothers and Simian Mobile Disco at Aintree Pavilion (9)

More acts are expected to be announced soon.

To check ticket availability and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS, now.

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