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Britpop-era brilliance, outdoors in Leeds with Black Grape, Dodgy and Cast
The 90s favourites appear together for the special summer show
Last updated: 16th Apr 2019. Originally published: 12th Apr 2019
Image: Paul Husband
Leeds is set to revisit some of the best music of the Britpop-era this summer, as Black Grape, Cast and Dodgy will all appear together at a special show. The outdoor spectacular will take place at Millennium Square on Friday 2nd August.
Black Grape have been back together touring for several years now, with Happy Mondays singer Shaun Ryder and rapper Kermit at the helm, but this will be their first date in Leeds since reforming.
Scouse legends Cast, who feature John Power, formerly of The La's, will also appear in their original line-up. Power pop trio Dodgy will this year celebrate 25 years of the release of their brilliant (and underrated) debut album 'Homegrown'.
Tickets for the celebratory summer show can be bought by following the links below