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Bombay Bicycle Club at Brighton Centre

Bombay Bicycle Club tour dates and tickets
Bombay Bicycle Club are an English indie-rock band hailing from Crouch End, London. Formed in 2005, the group consists of Jack Steadman, Jamie MacColl, Suren de Saram, and Ed Nash, and they’re one of the country’s most popular live acts.

Bombay Bicycle Club will be performing 1 event in Brighton on Saturday 1st February 2020 at the Centre.

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Bombay Bicycle Club in Brighton - Ticket Options

Sat Feb 1 2020    (Change Date) Brighton, UK UK
Official face value from £21.75. Resale tickets from £86.54.
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Bombay Bicycle Club
Brighton, Centre
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Bombay Bicycle Club
Brighton, The Brighton Centre

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Bombay Bicycle Club With Special guests The Big Moon and Liz Lawrence
Brighton, Centre
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Venue Information - Brighton Centre

Centre Kings Road, Brighton BN1 2GR
Telephone: 01273290131
Venue Capacity: 4500
The Brighton Centre is one of the city's main live music and entertainment venues has to offer. Opened by former prime minister James Callaghan in 1977, it boasts a capacity of 4,500 (or 5,000 for conferences!), the Centre has played host to events ranging from political parties to premiership darts, as well as a load of massive bands and singers too. Though it may not have been out of choice, it was even the location of Bing Cosby's final performance!