UB40 BIRMINGHAM - Tickets

UB40 BIRMINGHAM - Tickets
Fri, 18/04/14, 19:00 The Institute
78 Digbeth High Street, B5 6DY BIRMINGHAM

Catch legendary Reggae band UB40 live as they tour the UK. Buy UB40 tickets at Eventim.

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Doors 7pm Curfew 11pm

Under16s must be accompained by an adult at all times.

Seated areas are unreserved and a seat is not guaranteed.

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    UB40
      4.1 stars, from 7 Fan reports
  • Liverpool - Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

    23/11/13

    great night out from michelle tull, 25/11/13
    it was a great night out we enjoyed it the atmosphere was great we would defiantly go and see ub40 again.... there was nothing to complain about......it was defiantly a once in a life time experience it was the best night we have had in ages......
  • Liverpool - Liverpool Anglican Cathedral

    23/11/13

    Disgusting! from Emma, 25/11/13
    Event was suppose to start at 8pm and UB40 managed to drag themselves out on stage at 9.30pm, disgusting. Support act also did not compliment the event at all!
  • Southampton - Guildhall

    19/11/10

    UB40 Southampton Guildhall Hall 19.11 .10 from Hobbster, 24/11/10
    What a fantastic evening, a brilliant celebration of 30 yrs of great music from UB40, I partically enjoyed hearing their first album Signing off again, brought back a lot of memories from my youth!, then after a short break they played all their hits, Red Red Wine, Cherry Oh Baby,Dont Break My Heart... the list goes on! there was certainly a great party atmosphere in Southampton Guildhall that night everyone singing and dancing, i would certainly go and see them again.

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The story of UB40, and how this group of young friends from Birmingham transcended their working-class origins to become the world’s most successful reggae band is not the stuff of fairytales as might be imagined. The group’s led a charmed life in many respects it’s true, but it’s been a long haul since the days they’d meet up in the bars and clubs...
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