MOSSLEY rockers Cabbage will play their part in a special homecoming gig.
The band has been booked as one of the main support acts for a special concert by Blossoms in their hometown of Stockport.
Now Cabbage will take to the stage at Stockport County’s Edgeley Park stadium on June 22 next year in front of 20,000 fans as all the tickets were snapped up within 30 minutes of going on sale.
And they feel the event will go down in history alongside other homecoming concerts.
The band said: “We’re backing up our good friends and kings of hair Blossoms as they conquer their home town on the field of Edgeley Park.
“Nowt better than a home town show in a football ground and this will be as emphatic as all the rest throughout history.”
Cabbage were formed in 2015 and are composed of frontmen Lee Broadbent and Joe Martin, guitarist Eoghan Clifford, bassist Stephen Evans and drummer Asa Morley.
They have also stayed in touch with their roots as Emmaus Mossley has been a regular drop-in venue for them.
And they posed outside the Longlands Mill venue for the picture for their debut LP, Nihilistic Glamour Shots, which was released in March.