Showaddywaddy bring Dancing Party to Hertfordshire

Showaddywaddy are coming to Watford Colosseum

Showaddywaddy are coming to Watford Colosseum


Rock ‘n’ rollers will be three steps from heaven in Hertfordshire later this week when Showaddywaddy come to the county for a concert.

Showaddywaddy will be performing live at Watford Colosseum on Friday, March 14.

After celebrating their 40th anniversary last year, the 1970s chart-toppers are back touring.

Formed in Leicester from several local bands, Showaddywaddy have sold more than 20 million records worldwide.

And their live show features hits including Under The Moon of Love, Three Steps to Heaven, Hey Rock & Roll, When, Blue Moon, Pretty Little Angel Eyes and You’ve Got What It Takes.

So join the Dancing Party with Showaddywaddy at Watford Colosseum on Friday, March 14 at 8pm.

Tickets cost £19.50, plus a £1.50 per ticket booking fee, capped at six per order.

Visit for more information and to book online 24 hours a day.

Tickets can also be purchased by calling 0845 075 3993, or visiting the Watford Colosseum ticket office.

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