The Chemical Brothers plus James Holroyd

Friday 28 June

The Chemical Brothers plus James Holroyd

Friday 28 June

Electronic pioneers The Chemical Brothers have had six consecutive No 1 UK studio albums with their next album No Geography set for release on 12 April.

The band recently released a stunning video for their new single Got To Keep On, directed by Michel and Olivier Gondry.

The Chemical Brothers are one of the foremost proponents of the British dance music scene whose extensive back catalogue includes ubiquitous tracks such as Block Rockin’ Beats, Hey Boy Hey Girl, Galvanize and Go.

They have worked with a star-studded list of collaborators and featured artists, including Noel Gallagher, Q-Tip and the Flaming Lips.

They have won a BRIT Award, four Grammys, two Q Awards, an NME Award and an MTV Europe Music Award. Their albums Dig Your Own Hole and Surrender were both nominated for the prestigious Mercury Prize.

Special guest

James Holroyd

Northern clubbing legend James Holroyd – famous for his long-term residencies in the Back to Basics and Bugged Out club nights – will be supporting The Chemical Brothers. James comes from Wakefield in Yorkshire and began DJing in 1991 after moving to Manchester. He tours regularly with The Chemical Brothers.

 

Tickets for the Viewing Platform for People with Disabilities

When buying your tickets online, you’ll be able to select a Viewing Platform for People with Disabilities ticket (subject to availability). Once you’ve purchased your ticket, you’ll be emailed and asked to complete an accessibility form, which will include the option to request a free space for a Personal Assistant, if required. From 2019 we will not be issuing separate tickets for Personal Assistants; instead, we will ask for their name on the accessibility form and will then associate this name with your Viewing Platform for People with Disabilities ticket.

If Viewing Platform for People with Disabilities tickets aren’t available to book, then customers with a disability should secure Standard Tickets for their whole party, then contact our Box Office (01726 811972) to be put on their list for a wheelchair space, either on the platform, should more spaces become available, or in the Arena.

Links: official website and social media