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Nick Mason at Edinburgh Usher Hall

Nick Mason tour dates and tickets
Nick Mason is an English drummer best known as a founding member of Pink Floyd - he is the only constant member of the band since their formation in 1965.

Nick Mason will be performing 1 event in Edinburgh on Saturday 16th May 2020 at the Usher Hall.

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Sat May 16 2020    (Change Date) Edinburgh, UK UK
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Venue Information - Edinburgh Usher Hall

Usher Hall Lothian Road, Edinburgh EH1 2EA
Telephone: 01312281155
Venue Capacity: 2800
Usher Hall is a concert hall based in Edinburgh's West End that boasts almost 3,000 seats. Opened in 1914, it's seen two different stages of renovation in recent years, with over 25million spent - now, it's one of Edninburgh's most popular performance arts venue.