Blur to play warm-up show at the Winter Garden, Eastbourne, ahead of highly-anticipated Wembley Stadium dates this summer!
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Blur will kick off a summer of highly-anticipated live shows with a short run of warm-up performances which will see the band visit the Winter Garden, Eastbourne, on 21 May.
The warm-up dates will start with the band’s first ever performance at converted church and local landmark Colchester Arts Centre on 19 May 2023, and will also take in The Halls, Wolverhampton on 26 May and O2 City Hall Newcastle on 28 May – all ahead of two massive shows at London’s Wembley Stadium on 8 and 9 July.
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Pre-sale: Wednesday 26 April, 10am
General sale: Friday 28 April, 10am
There will be a maximum of 2 tickets available per show for each customer.
The last remaining tickets for Sunday 9 July at Wembley Stadium are available here
25 April 2023 – blur today made the exciting announcement that they will kick off a summer of highly-anticipated live shows with the band’s first ever performance at converted church and local landmark Colchester Arts Centre on 19 May 2023.
This very special show marks the start of a short run of warm-up performances which will see the band visit Eastbourne Winter Gardens on 21 May, The Halls Wolverhampton on 26 May and O2 City Hall Newcastle 28 May ahead of two massive shows at London’s Wembley Stadium on 8 and 9 July.
Colchester is the hometown of bandmembers Damon Albarn, guitarist Graham Coxon and drummer Dave Rowntree, with Damon and Graham first meeting as teenagers at Stanway School. It was Graham who later introduced Dave to Damon and bassist Alex James to form blur, with the band’s debut album ‘Leisure’ being released in 1991.
The band’s Wembley Stadium show on Saturday 8 July sold out in minutes with fans raring to see Alex James, Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon and Dave Rowntree come together again to perform their iconic and much-loved songs at their first-ever Wembley Stadium appearance this summer. The last remaining tickets for Sunday 9 July are available here.
Since announcing their arrival with debut album Leisure in 1991, blur went on to revolutionise the sound of English popular music with five successive UK #1 albums ‘Parklife’ (1994), ‘The Great Escape’ (1995), ‘Blur’ (1997), ’13’ (1999) and ‘Think Tank’ (2003) and a string of Top 10 singles, including two No 1s with Country House and Beetlebum, helping to propel the band to mass popularity at home and abroad.
One of the biggest British bands of the last three decades, blur have released eight studio albums and collected ten NME Awards, six Q Awards, five BRIT Awards and an Ivor Novello Award, and played live to thousands of devoted fans across the globe. The band’s most recent album, ‘The Magic Whip’ was released in 2015.