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Scott Bradlees Postmodern Jukebox at Leeds O2 Academy Leeds

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Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox is a musical collective founded by American musician and songwriter Scott Bradlee from Long Island, New York.



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Thursday 24th September 2020 Leeds, UK UK
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Address: Leeds O2 Academy Leeds, 55 Cookridge Street, Leeds, LS2 3AW
Telephone: 0844 477 2000
Venue Capacity: 2300
The O2 Academy Leeds is one of many Academy Music Group owned, O2 sponsored live music and entertainment venues in the UK. Boasting a capacity of 2,300, the building was originally known as the Coliseum after first opening in 1885, before becoming a cinema, town hall, and even a bingo hall before returning to action as a club and opening as the O2 Academy in 2008. It's a common stop on any rock, indie, and metal band's UK tour.