Chaplin's – Spring City, PA – 31/07/09
Union Square Park – New York, NYC – 30/07/09
Lightyears on tour in USA
We’re leaving for the United States today for a run of dates in the New York and Philadelphia area. See details below… THURSDAY 30 JULY: Union Square, Manhattan NY (with Jukebox The Ghost) – Free Entry. LYs onstage 6pm. FRIDAY 31 JULY: Chaplin’s, Spring City PA (with Brooke Shive &
The Piano-led Power-Pop Revolution!
Top-dollar Philadelphia act Jukebox The Ghost have just been added to the bill for our Union Square gig this Thursday 30 July. This is awesome news, for this jaunty piano-led power-pop 3-piece (sound familiar anyone?!) are one of the finest acts we’ve ever played with. Jukebox supported us at the
The Troubadour – London – 24/07/09
Lightyears to play Wembley Stadium
We’re very excited to announce that we’ve just been booked to perform at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 12 September. The Lightyears will be appearing on the centre circle of the Wembley pitch immediately before kick-off at the Guinness Premiership match between Saracens and Northampton Saints. Also performing that day are Diversity,
Woodcote Rally – Oxfordshire – 11/07/09
VIP concert tickets released for US fans
Lightyears fans in Philadelphia can now purchase VIP tickets for our show at Milkboy Coffee on Saturday 1 August, securing guaranteed front-row seats. The VIP tickets have just been released for sale on the Milkboy website. They cost $25. Click here to buy yours. Regular tickets cost $12. Click here
The Great AEG Hologram Debacle
Does anybody else think that AEG Live, the company responsible for booking Michael Jackson’s gargantuan run of shows at the O2 in May, got what was coming to them? Against the star’s wishes, AEG extended MJ’s initial run of 10 shows to 50, virtually overnight. Michael himself wasn’t happy about
"We’ll always have Cape Town, boys…"
SATURDAY 7 MARCH, 9.30am (Table Bay Hotel, Cape Town, South Africa): It’s the morning of the gig. The moment this whole week has been building up to. Last night we spent a few nerve-wracking hours getting to know the rugby players who will constitute a large proportion of our audience