Cancelled by the Beast of The East in March last year, Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) is finally swinging back into Birmingham’s O2 Academy this March
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Finding viral fame after years of self-produced videos at home, PMJ regularly appear worldwide on television, and grace stages worldwide. Their new tour, “Welcome to the Twenties 2.0 Tour”, promises to prematurely usher in the new decade, and excitedly asks fans to forget their troubles if just for a night. Artists from Miley Cyrus to The White Stripes have found versions of their hits re-imagined under the jazz guise of PMJ, and their show in Birmingham, part of a re-scheduled run of dates, promises to deliver up to the hype, evoking themes of New York’s smokiest basement bar, but with ‘Thrift Shop’ in the background.
PMJ’s live shows promise glitzy outfits, ragtime dancing, stunning vocals and a wildly exciting array of multi-instrumentalists of the best calibre.
Tickets are on-sale now, via this link, and you can see the full list of rescheduled UK tour dates below:
20 – Bristol – O2 Academy
21 – Cambridge – Corn Exchange
22 – Bournemouth – O2 Academy
23 – Oxford – O2 Academy
24 – Cardiff – Tramshed
26 – London – Roundhouse
27 – Manchester – Albert Hall
01 – York – Barbican Centre
02 – Birmingham – O2 Academy
03 – Gateshead – Sage One
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