Dork Radio
Now playing:
In the mag...
Featuring YUNGBLUD, Baby Queen, BENEE, Joe Keery and loads more.
Order a copy
December 2020 / January 2021
Live

Pixies, Becky Hill and DMA'S are going to play a gig series in Newcastle next summer

Live From Times Square shows will go on sale from Friday 6th November.
Sign up or log in to follow artists
Published: 11:35 am, November 02, 2020
Pixies, Becky Hill and DMA'S are going to play a gig series in Newcastle next summer

Pixies, Becky Hill and DMA'S (pictured) are going to play a gig series in Newcastle next summer.

Live From Times Square will take place in the city centre on Wednesday 4th August (featuring DMA's), Thursday 5th August (Becky Hill), and Friday 6th August (Pixies). More dates and acts are still to be announced, too.

Festival Organiser Steve Davis says: “We're super excited to welcome back Live from Times Square. We've had some iconic shows at this event in the past with the likes of Fatboy Slim and Manic Street Preachers and we're looking forward to many more nights like those. Our team is fully committed to getting the live music scene back in action and thriving once again and we're delighted to welcome an all-star cast of headliners in Pixies, Becky Hill and DMA's.

“Becky delivered an astonishing show at Virgin Money Unity Arena over the summer and she was without a doubt one of the stand-out shows. We're long-time fans of DMA'S and to see their rise has been nothing short of astonishing. Pixies, well, it's an honour to be welcoming one of the most iconic and influential alternative indie bands of all time to the Live from Times Square stage.”

The event has previously hosted Fatboy Slim, The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, The Libertines, Manic Street Preachers and more.

Give all this a try

Will Joseph Cook: "What do people call it, a quarter-life crisis?"
Feature

Will Joseph Cook: "What do people call it, a quarter-life crisis?"

Feeling a bit glum? Will Joseph Cook has the answer.
Sundara Karma: "We want to get a lot of new music out; no time like the present"
Feature

Sundara Karma: "We want to get a lot of new music out; no time like the present"

Sundara Karma have fast become one of the most interesting, inventive band of their class. With a new EP, some all-star collaboration and an outlook that constantly moves forward, the journey to album three is afoot.
A day in the life of... mxmtoon
Feature

A day in the life of... mxmtoon

From dusk 'til dawn with your favourite acts.
Shame: "I promise you, we'll do Brixton Academy soon"
Cover feature

Shame: "I promise you, we'll do Brixton Academy soon"

The wait for shame's second album may seem to have lasted longer than it actually has. as they stand on the edge of a huge 2021, we get ready for a record that isn't supposed to be funny, but...
Like this? Subscribe to Dork and get every issue delivered direct to your door anywhere on the planet.
CONTACT PRIVACY ADVERTISE

© 2018 The Bunker Publishing