Madness Tickets & Tour Dates 2014
Madness are an English ska-pop and 2 Tone outfit hailing from Camden Town, London. Formed in 1976, the band became one of the most popular in their genre, and still remain at the forefront to this day.
Known for tracks like House of Fun, Wings of a Dove, It Must Be Love, and Our House, Madness success in the UK was undeniable - they spent an incredible 214 weeks in the UK singles chart throughout the 80s, despite calling it a day in 1986!
Still consisting of all-original members Chris Foreman, Mike Barson, Lee Thompson, Chas Smash, Graham ‘Suggs’ McPherson, Daniel Woodgate, and Mark Bedford, the band are a constant featuring on the touring circuit, and are still at the top of their game today.
The band released their last record - ‘Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da’ - in 2012, and a gearing up to put out their next at the end of 2014. They’ve also lined-up yet another new tour for December onwards - check below to find tickets through Stereoboard!
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Upcoming Madness Tour Dates & Concerts
Nottingham Capital FM Arena
Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Leeds first direct Arena
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
Birmingham LG Arena
Belfast Odyssey Arena
Manchester Phones 4u Arena
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Madness have added a Brighton matinee show to their December ALL FOR THE M.A.D.H.E.A.D Tour.
Madness will follow up their House Of Fun Weekender with the ALL FOR THE M.A.D.H.E.A.D. UK and Ireland arena tour this December. Madness tickets are on sale at 9.30am today, May 16, priced from £35.00 + fees.
Madness will follow up their House Of Fun Weekender with the ALL FOR THE M.A.D.H.E.A.D. UK and Ireland arena tour this December.
Camden Town's an odd one. Previously a haven for outcasts, the place has now become something of a parody. Once proud and unique, it’s now an imitation of past glories. The whole damn lot has been commercialised to kingdom come, and even the markets now look as if they were planted there by a seedy businessman. The place has lost its rough, grimy charm.
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