Legendary Liverpool band The Zutons will play an outdoor concert at Bangor seafront on Bank Holiday Monday, 26th August, as part of this year’s Open House Festival Bangor. The show will celebrate the 15th anniversary of their seminal album, Who Killed The Zutons. Released in 2004, it spawned the hit singles Pressure Point, Remember Me and You Will You Won’t, and sold over 600,000 copies in the UK alone.
The band recorded two more albums, Tired of Hanging Around in 2006 and You Can Do Anything in 2008 – the first of which included their huge hit Valerie, one of the biggest songs of this millennium.
“We’re delighted to add The Zutons to our Bank Holiday weekend line-up, which starts on Thursday 22nd with The Staves, followed by Villagers on Friday 24th and The Specials on Sunday 25th,” said Open House Director, Kieran Gilmore. “And there’ll be a host of other Festival events in and around Bangor over those few days, including food and drink, theatre, books and film.”
Tickets for The Zutons cost £29.50 including all booking fees & charges and are available from www.openhousefestival.com.