The Cyrcles are delighted to confirm that their first appearance on stage this year, will be at the forthcoming ‘Macclesfield In May’ music festival.
Taking place over the May Bank Holiday – Friday 30th April to Sunday May 2nd – the ‘Macclesfield In May’ is being staged in the town’s imposing Christ Church, and will be supporting the new East Cheshire Christie Cancer Centre, scheduled to open this Autumn.
The line-up for the weekend is impressive, to say the least, including Peter Hook & The Light and John Bramwell (aka Johnny Dangerously) from iconic early noughties Indie darlings, I Am Kloot.
From Salford with Love, The Cyrcles – who are still busy working (socially distanced, of course) on their debut album, ‘Melodies Calling’ – will be taking to the main stage on Sunday 2nd May, supporting 90’s Scouse Brit-Pop stars Space (remember The Female of The Species???) and The Lottery Winners.
Despite the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, The Cyrcles’ next single – ‘Caroline’s Leaving / The Best Way To Travel’ – is nearing release and will be able to download and stream on all the usual platforms, including iTunes and Spotify.
All-day tickets for the Macclesfield in May Music Festival are priced £30 per day, and will shortly be available to buy online, please check our twitter/facebook/intsagram pages for updates.
Stay safe, everyone!
From Salford with Love!… The Cyrcles