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Texas at Aberdeen Tivoli Theatre

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Texas are a Scottish pop-rock band from Glasgow, featuring Sharleen Spiteri, Ally McErlaine, Johnny McElhone, Eddie Campbell, Tony McGovern, Michael Bannister, and Ross McFarlane.

Texas will be performing 1 event in Aberdeen on Saturday 4th September 2021 at the Tivoli Theatre.

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Saturday 4th September 2021 Aberdeen, UK UK
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Texas Album Launch Acoustic Show
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Address: Aberdeen Tivoli Theatre, 34 - 48 Guild St , Aberdeen, AB11 6NB
Telephone: 01224 592755
Tivoli Theatre was opened in 1872, as Her Majesty's Theatre, becoming a bingo hall in the 1960s, before falling into disuse in the 1990s. It re-opened in 2013, with theatre, comedy and music shows.