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"Unbelievable atmosphere"
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Courteeners, Heaton Park, Manchester - 15th June 2019

Despite extremely muddy conditions 50,000 people still packed the place out. From the minute Courteeners came on so many flares were set off and we couldn’t see the stage. The atmosphere was electric. Loved the DMAS too but their set should definitely have been longer! Loved it!

Posted by Lady Debra on 16/06/2019

"Gerry cinnamon"
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Courteeners, O2 Academy Leicester, Leicester - 20th November 2018

The supporting acts were both brilliant. Gerry cinnamon got the crowd going!
Seen courteeners several times more a fan of their St Jude Album.

Posted anonymously on 21/11/2018

"A memory for a lifetime"
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Courteeners, Lancashire Cricket Club, Manchester - 27th May 2017

The gig was unreal and they sounded class. I hope Liam gets to read this and that he needs to know he was different gravy last weekend! Thanks alot lads for an amazing night

Posted by Ben S on 30/05/2017

"Out of this world"
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Courteeners, Lancashire Cricket Club, Manchester - 27th May 2017

What an amazing bad and experience after everything that happen recently in Manchester. Liam Fray! What a guy

Posted by Poppet on 29/05/2017

"this love will last forever"
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Courteeners, Lancashire Cricket Club, Manchester - 27th May 2017

unforgettable show sound spot on as always

Posted by lb on 28/05/2017

Middleton’s finest indie band Courteeners are ready to once again blow away audiences all over the lands. Band members include drummer Michael Campbell, guitarists Daniel ‘Conan’ Moores and Liam Fray who provides vocals with Joe Cross on bass. They have recently released their exciting new album Mapping The Rendezvous.

They have just announced headline dates at Rock City in Nottingham, O2 Academy2 Leicester and O2 Academy Bristol during November 2018.

Book your Courteeners tickets through Gigantic right now!

Having been friends since school age, the four lads have always played a major part in one another’s lives and continued to stay close whilst Fray moved to study in Manchester. There he began to perform as a band under his own name, initially recruiting Campbell and eventually roping in Moores plus former member Mark Cupello.

The change in line up prompted a change in name and in October of 2006 they performed under the new name of Courteeners. They were quick to impress and their name spread through word of mouth through relentless gigging resulting in prominent TV appearances. By the end of 2007 they already had released the singles Cavorting and Acrylic.

They were approached by famed producer Stephen Street (Blur, The Smiths) with whom they recorded their Top 20 hit single Not Nineteen Forever. The sessions also produced their 2008 debut album St. Jude which smashed straight in #4. The bands further releases have cemented them as one of the most important bands this generation. Their records include Falcon (2010), Anna (2013) and Concrete Love (2014).

Their fifth studio album Mapping The Rendezvous was released in 2016. A huge commercial hit, the record peaked at #4 in the UK Charts.

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