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Status Quo at Birmingham Symphony Hall

Status Quo tour dates and tickets
Status Quo are an English rock band from London. The touring line up currently consists of Francis Rossi, Andrew Bown, John ‘Rhino’ Edwards, Leon Cave and Richie Malone.

Status Quo will be performing 1 event in Birmingham on Tuesday 1st December 2020 at the Symphony Hall.

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Status Quo in Birmingham - Ticket Options

Tue Dec 1 2020    (Change Date) Birmingham, UK UK
Official face value from £42.75. Resale tickets from £89.44.
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Venue Information - Birmingham Symphony Hall

Symphony Hall Broad Street, Birmingham B1 2EA
Telephone: 0121345060
Venue Capacity: 2262
The Birmingham Symphony Hall is one of the city's leading concert halls, and is located on Broad Street. Boasting 2,262 seats, it hosts almost 300 shows and events every year, and is the home of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.