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Public Service Broadcasting To Perform 'The Race For Space' At Wakefield Festival Of The Moon

Wednesday, 24 July 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Public Service Broadcasting will take 'The Race For Space' to Wakefield.

The band will perform their 2015 space adventure-themed album in full on September 6 as part of the city's Festival Of The Moon, celebrating the 50th anniversary of NASA's famous Apollo 11 moon landing. There will also be a DJ set by Ross Jarman of The Cribs alongside Blur drummer Dave Rowntree on August 24.

The mostly free festival will take place at the city’s former Market Hall, while tickets for the Public Service Broadcasting show go on general sale at 9am on July 25.

The band also perform the album at their Proms debut in a special late night show at the Royal Albert Hall in London tomorrow, July 25. Following this, they've got sets lined up at Truck Fesival and Moseley Folk & Arts Festival.

Public Service Broadcasting Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu July 25 2019 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Fri September 06 2019 - WAKEFIELD Market Hall

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