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26 March 2021, 14:39 | Updated: 12 April 2021, 10:30
The concert series have pushed back their dates to September 2021 and June/July 2022.
Sounds Of The City - the two series of open air live shows due to take place in Leeds and Manchester this July - have rescheduled their dates due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
Because of the government measures implemented to limit COVID-19's spread, the shows - which feature gigs by Foals, DMA'S, Lewis Capaldi and Kaiser Chiefs - will now either take place in September this year, or June and July 2022.
Full details of the changes are as follows:
Announcements regarding the Crowded House (originally 1 July 2021) and DMA'S (originally 11 July) shows will be announced soon, say the promoters.
The Sounds of the City Castlefield Bowl shows with @KaiserChiefs, @PaulHeatonSolo, @mikeskinnerltd and @Fac51hacienda have been rescheduled to this September— gigsandtours (@gigsandtours) March 26, 2021
Further announcements for @CrowdedHouseHQ & @dmasmusic will be coming soon!
Last tickets here 🔥 https://t.co/NJi7XO8ZSh pic.twitter.com/oEQGbcC88J
The Idles show on 8 July 2021 cannot now be rescheduled, so will now not take place. All tickets will be refunded.
Our Leeds Millenium Square show has been rescheduled to 5th August 2021. Original tickets still valid. https://t.co/5CFqLf136d— DMA'S (@dmasmusic) March 26, 2021
Castlefield Bowl announcement coming soon, keep hold of your tickets ❤️💚💙 pic.twitter.com/iUMQGZVFf6