Madness to return to Birmingham this winter as part of huge arena tour – info & tickets

After their regular cavalcade of international festival dates, Madness will be back on a full arena tour of the UK this December, culminating in the ska capital of the world, Birmingham.

The “Can’t Touch Us Now” Tour borrows its name from the band’s new album, currently slated for an October release. It’s the first new material from the band in four years and will no doubt join all of your dad’s favourites on the set list.

The tour will stop off at 11 different arenas nationwide and ends at our very own Barclaycard Arena (formerly the NIA) on December 17th. Tickets go on sale this Friday (May 27th) at 9:00am through both Gigs and Tours and Ticketmaster.

December

01 – Bournemouth, International Centre
02 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
03 – Brighton, Centre
08 – Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
09 – Sheffield, Arena
10 – London, The O2
12 – Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
13 – Bridlington, The Spa
15 – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
16 – Manchester, Arena
17 – Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena

Robb Cartin

Robb Cartin

Hirsute half of local garage rock sensations 'The Mighty Young' and all round musical inebriant. LCD Soundsystem, The Smiths, The Velvet Underground, Jacques Brel, Nick Cave, Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd and anything that has funky horns.
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