British pop national treasures Madness are coming to Swansea!
They will play Singleton Park on 21 July 2023 supported by Craig Charles Funk and Soul Club.
Madness famously emerged from the backstreets of Camden Town in the late 70s and recently releasing a three-part original docuseries with TV channel AMC about the beginnings of the band.
Before We Was We: Madness by Madness, chronicles the rise of one of the most loved bands in British culture and is available now on demand on BT TV.
Throughout their career, Madness have had 10 UK top ten albums, 15 top ten singles and have won a multitude of awards including a prestigious Ivor Novello.
They’ve performed on the top of Buckingham Palace as part of the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations and set the record for the biggest ever audience for the BBC’s Live New Year’s Eve Broadcast – the most watched TV music event of 2018.
After 18 months cooped up considering their career options (punctuated by excursions out for critically acclaimed docu-series ‘Before We Was We’ and magnificent ‘The Get Up!’) the Nutty Boys will finally get back to doing what they do best – uniting the people for a right raucous live bash.
And with a live set teeming with hits from their unrivalled back catalogue Swansea is assured of a great night out in the beautiful setting of Singleton Park.
Pre sale tickets available from 10am on Wednesday 16 November.
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