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Echo and the Bunny Men and More

Topping the bill on the Saturday night and providing a spectacular finale for the inaugural Summer Days festival are iconic new wave rockers Echo & The Bunnymen.
9th July 2016 2pm 
Clitheroe Castle, Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 1BA.   venue link
£59 
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Topping the bill on the Saturday night and providing a spectacular finale for the inaugural Summer Days festival are iconic new wave rockers Echo & The Bunnymen. Having set the tone for UK alternative rock since 1980 with seminal albums including Crocodiles, Porcupine and Ocean Rain, along with hit singles The Cutter, The Killing Moon, Silver, Seven Seas and The Back of Love, Echo & The Bunnymen’s Summer Days climax is sure to be a highlight of the festival.

Also joining the Saturday line-up are avant-garde pop innovators Everything Everything, highly acclaimed upcoming indie-rockers Circa Waves, Ian Broudie’s legendary Lightning Seeds along with Britpop favourite and former Cast frontman John Power.

Line up:

Echo and The Bunnymen
Everything Everything
Lightning Seeds
Circa Waves
Mystery Jets
Milltown Brothers
John Power
The Rainband
Good Foxy
New York Tourists
Cltheroe Pop Choir

Cost includes your ticket and all booking fees.

Subject to numbers and availability.

Find out more at www.summerdaysfestival.com

 
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