Madness are a hugely successful British ska band from Camden Town, London. They were one of the pioneering bands of the late 70s 2-Tone ska revival, with their songs It Must Be Love, Baggy Trousers and House of Fun, typical of their upbeat ska sound. They reformed in 2009 with seven members, but their lineup has varied over the years. Following a sell-out tour in 2012, Madness announced a massive UK tour for 2013!
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Fantastic madness were quality venue the best from Sunnyjim, 03/10/13
Love madness they were fantastic, the sound quality second to none,
The venue was the absolute best, the food was of all different types
And quality as aposed to expensive cheap rubbish, even the beer was
Top notch off the pump as per pub quality but they even had cask and
Guest ales, all unbelievable for a concert, the quality bar has been set hi.
Northampton - Northampton County Cricket Ground
Great band from Jules, 01/10/13
Fabulous event Madness were brilliant as always. Drinks facilities at Northants CC were a little lacking - massive queues but did manage to find a couple of little secreted bars on the far side of the ground. Acoustics were brilliant for open air venue and generally stewarding was great.
Northampton - Northants CCC
One Step Beyond from Stu Vincent, 01/10/13
Absolutely brilliant gig!
Great venue (and local), support were great and relevant
Madness were superb, 90 minutes of dance fuelled SKA energy, sounded great and Suggs had constant dialogue with his audience.
All the hits and some new stuff and climaxed with Nightboat To Cairo