Hope & Glory in Liverpool

16th March 2017

James will be playing the first ever Hope & Glory festival in Liverpool this summer, headlining the Saturday night on 5th August.

According to the organisers, “the festival is set behind St. George’s Hall, in St John’s Gardens and William Brown Street where 12,500 fans can enjoy the festival while indulging in the stunning Victorian backdrop of the World Museum and City Library in a specially created arena – all within a few hundred yards walk of the main Lime Street train station.”

Weekend tickets are on sale now priced at £89 for adults. There are discounted tickets for Under-16s (£59) and Under-10s (£49); and children under five years of age may attend free of charge, but note you do need to book a ticket for them. We do not have any official inside info on potential availability of Day Tickets, but at time of writing, the event website states in the ticketing FAQs: “there will be a very limited number of day tickets available on sale much closer to the festival dates”.

Sunny Guadalajara – Roxy Fest with Moz

3rd February 2017

Delighted to confirm the band are finally coming back to Mexico this spring, to play the brand new Roxy Fest in Guadalajara on 1st April. And they’ll be playing alongside Morrissey for the first time in donkey’s years, come along and you’re in for a treat.

Tickets on sale now via the live page.

Picnic in Kew Gardens

16th January 2017

James are playing in the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, on 15 July as part of the Kew The Music summer concert series. Bring a picnic! Or if you’re feeling flush and/or lazy you can book a hamper to collect on arrival. There are other mad options too like a BBQ in the Orangery… Tickets on sale now via the live page. Note there’s a good discount for kids aged 1-16. (Adults £40, kids £22, under 1s free.) Bring the family and make a day of it.

Stage times for Echo Arena plus The Slow Readers Club join bill

9th December 2016

Delighted to confirm that Manchester band The Slow Readers Club – purveyors of their own excellent brand of “indie electro doom pop” – has been added to the bill for Echo Arena, they’ll be playing a special set in the foyer at 7pm.

Jim and Saul selected them personally for the slot and highly recommend you come down early and check them out!

Full PROVISIONAL timings for the evening below. Please note these can and do change sometimes – bear that in mind when arranging travel.

Doors: 6:30pm
The Slow Readers Club (foyer): 7pm
The Charlatans: 7:30-8:30pm
James: 9:15 – 11pm

There are still a few tickets available from the Echo Box Office, so it’s not too late if you wisely decide you can’t miss this.

There have also been many last minute fan spares offered (at face value) – including the much sought after standing tickets – your best bet for these is to check the comments section on recent posts about the gig on our facebook page as well as the event wall, and on Twitter: #GirlTix.

Castlefield Bowl Round 2!

28th November 2016

Hey Manchester, ready for round 2 at Castlefield Bowl? James are headlining next summer’s Sounds Of The City on Friday 7th July 2017.

Tickets on sale this Friday 2nd December at 9:30am, see live page for links. Get Santa on the case and we’ll see you there!

First gig announcement for 2017

22nd November 2016

Our first gig announcement for the new year… James have been confirmed to headline Newcastle’s open air Live From Times Square event on Saturday 29th July 2017. Tickets go on sale this Friday, 25 November, at 10am. Visit the live page for links.

Lisbon in December

19th October 2016

We can now confirm the band will be returning to Lisbon’s MEO Arena on Sunday 4th December! Standard tickets are on sale now and V.I.P. Soundcheck tickets will be on sale shortly – keep an eye on our live page for the link. (Please note! The Soundcheck tickets will include a concert ticket, so don’t buy a standard ticket in the meantime as you won’t be able to upgrade.)

Dear John ‘Top of the Class’ at prestigious Encounters Film Festival

21st September 2016

Our video for Dear John, made by the wonderful Péter Vácz, will be screened at the prestigious Encounters Film Festival this year. Encounters is the UK’s leading short film and animation festival, and takes place in Bristol from 20-25 September.

Dear John has been selected for their Top of the Class screening – “an outstanding range of eclectic films selected for their powerful emotional impact” – at Watershed Cinema on Thursday the 22nd.

Wolverhampton & Sheffield dates for December!

19th September 2016

Delighted to announce we’ve confirmed two new shows this winter – Wolverhampton Civic Hall on Weds 7th and Sheffield O2 Academy on Friday the 9th.

Furthermore, Manchester’s The Slow Readers Club will be supporting at both dates!

Tickets, including VIP Soundcheck, go on general sale this Friday at 9:30am, visit the Live page for links.

FYI we’ve been advised by the promoter that the age limits are as follows (though we always recommend you confirm with the venue direct): Sheffield 8+ (under-14s must be accompanied by an adult) / Wolverhampton 14+ (14 & 15s with adult only).

Tickets will be priced as follows:
Sheffield: £37.50 standard / £72.50 VIP Soundcheck
Wolverhapmtom: Seated £45 standard / £80 VIP Soundcheck
Stalls Standing £37.50 standard / £72.50 VIP Soundcheck
Balcony Standing £35 standard
N.B. These prices are the face value, prior to ticketing agents’ fees and P&P etc.

Last of the summer festivals is here—and a rare bargain for families

14th September 2016

OnRoundhay in Leeds’ Roundhay Park this weekend marks the last festival of the season, and it’s a great one to bring the kids along to. Tickets for under-12s are FREE, and if you’ve older children check out the family tickets priced at £100 for two adults + two 13-16 year olds. (Adult tickets are £45 each, so effectively only a fiver each for the two teens!). It’s also meant to be a very family friendly event.

Also please note we’re sorry to announce that Adrian won’t be able to join us for this show, as his talents are committed elsewhere for the night. But not to worry—standing in for him on lead guitar we’ll have band buddy and very competent Stuart Cartwright (formerly of Scottish indie band Unkle Bob), and Stuart’s been beavering away preparing for the occasion. Please give him a warm welcome!

Update: We now have confirmed stage times for this event, James close the show on the Main Stage, and are due on from 9-10:30pm. You can find times for the other artists appearing throughout the day including Primal Scream and Wolf Alice on the OnRoundhay website.