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The Wombats have announced All The Young will be special guest support at their Delamere Forest gig this summer as part of Forestry Commission Live Music. The Stoke-On-Trent based indie-rock band, All The Young has been heralded in lead NME Radar features, named as one of XFM’s 12 for 2012 and tipped for the top by Morrissey.
The Wombats classic debut album ‘Guide To Love, Loss And Desperation’ generated indie dancefloor smashes ‘Kill The Director’, ‘Let’s Dance To Joy Division’, ‘Backfire At The Disco’ and ‘Moving To New York’. The band’s latest album release, ‘This Modern Glitch’ has provided three of the band’s biggest airplay hits to date with its first singles ‘Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves)’, ‘Jump into the Fog’ and ‘Techno Fan’.
In what is a local gig for the band, Delamere Forest will provide a stunning backdrop for the outdoor performance, providing a natural amphitheatre set in a forest clearing. Full bar and catering services will be available with ample parking provided on site and Delamere train station nearby.
Forestry Commission Live Music is an independent programme bringing music to new audiences without commercial branding or sponsorship. Income generated from ticket sales is spent on improving the local forests for both people and wildlife.
The Wombats plus special guests All The Young will be performing:
Sunday 8 July: Delamere Forest, Delamere, Cheshire.
Tickets £25.50 (subject to booking fee) are available from the Forestry Commission box office tel 03000 680400 or buy online at www.forestry.gov.uk/music
Note To Editors
- Forestry Commission Live Music takes place each summer in seven forest locations around the country. Woodland clearings are temporarily transformed into a concert arena creating a safe and relaxed atmosphere for gig-goers.
- 18% of the country's woods and forests are managed by the Forestry Commission. In England, more than 50% of the population live within 10km of a Forestry Commission managed wood or forest.
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