The Human League have announced a handful of gigs for the summer.
First off, the iconic synth-pop trio (Phil Oakley, Joanne Catherall and Susan Sulley) , authors of hits such as 'Human', 'Together in Electric Dreams' and 'Don't You Want Me', will take part in the Back to the 80s extravaganza in Glasgow and Shrewsbury, on June 27th and 11th July, alongside Bananarama and Belinda Carlisle. They will then take part in the Forestry Commission's music series, adding on to the already impressive bill which includes Paul Weller, Simply Red, Sugababes and David Gray, performing at High Lodge, Thetford Forest, near Brandon, Suffolk, on July 9th. Following which, they will headline The Wickerman Festival in Scotland (July 24th-25th), alongside The Zutons and Billy Bragg.
Tickets for the Back to the 80s show cost £30, those for the Wickerman Festival, £85 (for the weekend and including camping), all subject to booking fee and on sale now.
Tickets for their Forestry Commission gig cost £29.50 (+ booking fee) and will go on sale this Friday, 9am.