Canadian alternative rock band Barenaked Ladies to perform in Norwich

Barenaked Ladies performing at Jones Beach in August 2012. Photo: Reverend Mick man34 at English Wik

Barenaked Ladies performing at Jones Beach in August 2012. Photo: Reverend Mick man34 at English Wikipedia - Credit: Reverend Mick man34 at English Wikipedia

Barenaked Ladies, the band that brought you The Big Bang Theory theme song (plus numerous other hits), are heading to Norwich.

The quartet, featuring Ed Robertson, Jim Creeggan, Tyler Stewart and Kevin Hearn, will take to the stage at The Nick Rayns LCR on Wednesday, April 25 2018.

The performance celebrates their fifteenth studio album, Fake Nudes, set to be released on November 17.

Formed in Scarborough, Canada in 1988, Barenaked ladies have sold over 15 million records to date and are well known for songs such as Pinch Me, The Old Apartment and One Week.

Tickets for Barenaked Ladies at The Nick Rayns LCR cost £30 and will be available to purchase from 9am on Friday, September 8.


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VIP packages are also available for £145, the price of which includes early entry to the venue as well as an invitation to a pre-show soundcheck and meet and greet with the band and a selection of merchandise.

For more information visit ueaticketbookings.com

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