WIN free tickets to see UB40 at Holkham Hall
PUBLISHED: 15:34 17 August 2017 | UPDATED: 17:02 22 August 2017
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Top reggae band UB40 is coming to north Norfolk – and some of our lucky readers can win FREE tickets to the show.
***UPDATE: Thank you for entering the EDP competition for UB40 Tickets at Holkham Hall on Sunday 27th August. This competition has now closed and the lucky winners have been notified. However, as a thank you gesture we are happy to offer entrants an exclusive 2 for 1 discounted ticket offer! Simply click here to redeem.
UB40 – featuring original members Ali Campbell, Astro and Mickey Virtue with a fantastic eight-piece band – are bringing their inimitable blend of reggae and pop greatest hits to the forefront of the summer calendar at one of England’s grandest stately homes.
And edp24.co.uk has 2 pairs of tickets to give away to our readers.
The UB40 Grandslam Tour hits Holkham Hall on Sunday, August 27 and visitors can expect hit after hit from the band that first formed in 1979, achieving four UK number Ones (Red, Red Wine, Baby Come Back, I Got You Babe and I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You) plus 17 Top 10 tracks and a constant stream of singles.
The recent release of their new “unplugged” album put an inventive new spin on UB40’s early gems, underlining them as one of the UK’s top reggae bands.
Since reuniting three years ago, Ali Campbell – who will be joined on stage by his daughter – Astro and Mickey Virtue have developed into a formidable touring outfit. Last year, they played the States, Australia and New Zealand, as well as sell-out shows at London’s O2 Arena, the Brighton Centre and the Barclaycard Arena in their native Birmingham.
***For your chance to win one of 2 pairs of free tickets to the UB40 concert, tell us the missing word in the comments below this article before 12pm on Monday 21 August***
“I Can’t Help __________ In Love With You”
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Tickets are available in person from Holkham Ticket Office at £40 (general admission) and £55 (Platinum Enclosure). Prices include booking fees. The Platinum Enclosure includes an unrestricted view of the stage and access to a premier bar and catering concessions.