Stereoboard.com is a Ticket Comparison Service. Prices are set by sellers/promoters & may be above, below or at face value

Deacon Blue at Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

762 fans have viewed Deacon Blue tickets today!
Deacon Blue tour dates and tickets
Deacon Blue are a Scottish rock pop band from Glasgow, currently consisting of singers Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh, keyboard-player James Prime, and drummer Dougie Vipond, who were originally joined by Ewen Vernal and Graeme Kelling too.

Deacon Blue will be performing 1 event in Nottingham on Tuesday 10th November 2020 at the Royal Concert Hall.

Scroll down to see all ticket options and prices. If you'd like to see a list of Deacon Blue events, please CLICK HERE.

Set Your Currency / Country

Deacon Blue in Nottingham - Ticket Options

Tue Nov 10 2020    (Change Date) Nottingham, UK UK
Tickets on sale Friday Nov 15 at 9:00AM
Let us remind you, so you don't miss out on tickets!
Ticketmaster Official Ticket Agent
Official
Deacon Blue Cities of Love 2020
Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall Notts
from
£38.25
inc fees
Stereoboard Official Site
Official
Deacon Blue Cities Of Love Tour
Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
from
£38.25
inc fees
Stereoboard is a Ticket Comparison Service. Tickets on resale sites are set by sellers and may be above, or below, the original prices set by event organisers - otherwise known as Face Value.
Prices shown do not include any fees or delivery charges, unless stated.
We display the most accurate ticket prices available to us, but Deacon Blue ticket prices can change based on demand & availability. Stereoboard takes no responsibility for any difference in prices, or accuracy, displayed here and those on external sites. Our listings are purely for information purposes only and we are unable to verify any accuracy.

Venue Information - Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

Royal Concert Hall South Sherwood Street, Nottingham NG1 5ND
Telephone: 01159895555
Venue Capacity: 2500
The Royal Concert Hall is a 2,500 capacity live music and concert hall based on South Sherwood Street in Nottingham. Part of the same Royal Centre that accommodates The Theatre Royal, it's used for performance events of all variety - ranging from bands and full orchestras, to singers and DJs.