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Nick Mason at York Barbican

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Nick Mason is an English drummer best known as a founding member of Pink Floyd.

Nick Mason will be performing 1 event in York on Saturday 16th April 2022 at the Barbican.

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Sat Apr 16 2022 York, UK UK
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Address: York Barbican, Paragon Street, York, YO10 4AH
Telephone: 08448542757
Venue Capacity: 1900
The Barbican is a live music and performance venue based in the Paragon Centre in York. Boasting a capacity of 1,900 standing and 1,500 seating, it plays host to a variety of events, ranging from plays to gigs, big club nights and even sports like snooker. Opening in 1989 following a spend of cost of 15million, it received a 1.5million makeover in 2011 - fans would say it's worth the money!