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10cc 2018 UK tour dates in Hertfordshire

10cc will be touring the UK in 2018

10cc will be touring the UK in 2018

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Legendary art-pop band 10cc have announced a huge 26-date UK autumn tour which includes two concerts in Hertfordshire.

Following the advance sell-out of their last UK tour, 10cc will be performing the hits which have singled them out as one of the most inventive and influential bands in the history of popular music at Stevenage and St Albans later this year.

Led by co-founder Graham Gouldman, 10cc will be playing the Stevenage Arts & Leisure Centre’s Concert Hall in Lytton Way on Saturday, November 3.

The group will then be appearing at The Alban Arena in St Albans on Wednesday, November 14.

There’s also a show across the county border in Cambridgeshire at the Corn Exchange in Cambridge on Sunday, November 4.

Formed in 1972, 10cc scored three UK number one singles – Rubber Bullets, Dreadlock Holiday and I’m Not In Love, which features prominently in the soundtrack to the film Guardians of the Galaxy.

The band’s current line-up features Gouldman (bass, guitar, vocals), Rick Fenn (lead guitar, bass, vocals), Paul Burgess (drums, percussion), Keith Hayman (keyboards, guitars, bass, vocals) and Paul Canning (vocals, percussion, guitar, keyboards).

Since the most recent live version of the band has been established, 10cc have toured worldwide, including Australia, Ireland Japan, New Zealand, across the UK and Europe, at London’s 65,000-capacity British Summer Time festival in Hyde Park, and selling out the Royal Albert Hall.

Tickets for their 2018 tour are on sale now from or venue box offices.

10cc 2018 UK Tour Dates:

October 18: High Wycombe, Swan Theatre

October 19: Margate, Winter Gardens

October 20: Malvern, Forum Theatre

October 22: Inverness, Eden Court Theatre

October 23: Perth, Concert Hall

October 24: Edinburgh, Concert Hall

October 25: Rhyl, Pavilion Theatre

October 27: Bexhill-on-Sea, De La Warr Pavilion

October 28: Basingstoke, The Anvil

October 29: Northampton, Royal & Derngate

October 30: Tunbridge Wells, Assembly Hall Theatre

November 1: Doncaster, The Dome

November 2: Halifax, Victoria Theatre

November 3: Stevenage, Concert Hall

November 4: Cambridge, Corn Exchange

November 6: Shrewsbury, Theatre Severn

November 7: Crawley, Hawth Theatre

November 8: Chichester, Festival Theatre * on-sale from September

November 9: Weymouth, Pavilion

November 10: Isle of Wight, Shanklin Theatre

November 12: Buxton, Opera House

November 13: Hull, City Hall

November 14: St Albans, Alban Arena

November 15: Bury St Edmunds, The Apex

November 16: Reading, The Hexagon

November 17: Dartford, Orchard Theatre


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