The weather's grim...
We have enormous pleasure in announcing that David Bowie is now confirmed as the headline act for the first day of the four day 'Move' festival in the grim northern town* of Manchester in the UK. Described as "an Urban Music Event", the headliners on the other three days are Green Day, Paul Weller and New Order.
"So what!" I hear you collectively screech, "When is David Bowie playing?!" Well, David will perform on Wednesday July 10th at the Lancashire County Cricket Club ground at Old Trafford, and support will come from Suede, Morcheeba and Elbow. Now that's what I call a bloody good line-up!
We will post ticket details shortly, so keep watching this space. Lancashire C.C.C., is situated at Warwick Road, Manchester, Lancashire, M16 0PX.
*I do apologise for the stereotypical description of Manchester, which isn't actually all that bad. In fact it has been described by Radio 1 DJ, Lard, as the "cultural hub of Britain". Mind you, this is from a man (and I use the term loosely) who describes the UK's capital city, London, as a village! It should also be remembered that BowieNetters Rednik and Stephen 'Baby' King live together in an air raid shelter in the heart of Manchester, but that's possibly a fact they won't thank me for passing on to you!