The new dates mark 33 years since the two Factory label mates toured together back in 1988 and promises to be an exciting reunion of two of Manchester’s most celebrated bands.
James are one of the UK’s most creatively restless and loved artists. Well into their fourth decade, their star has never shone brighter with their 2018 tour their biggest ever (86 shows across 14 countries) following No. 6 and No. 2 UK chart debuts for their most recent 2 studio albums.
After signing to Factory Records in 1982, the band went on to release a series of successful hit singles & albums. From ‘Sit Down’ to ‘She’s A Star’, ‘Laid’, ‘Come Home’, ‘Moving On’ to ‘Nothing But Love’ & ‘Many Faces’ their uniquely diverse sound spans over 15 studio albums released over three decades, achieving both critical and commercial success. James have sold over 20 million albums, playing shows across the globe and cementing their status as one of the most iconic live British bands.
The SSE Arena, Wembley in Wembley Park
You know you’re in London’s most iconic live music venue when the echoes of “Hello Wembley!” are ringing through your ears. The SSE Arena, Wembley has been a destination for music and live entertainment for over 80 years and it’s not slowing down. With over 100 events every year and over one million visitors each year passing through its legendary doors, The SSE Arena, Wembley (formerly known as Wembley Arena) has something for everyone, from the most in-demand gigs from a hot new artist to classic once-in-a-lifetime performances from your favourite band.