Tickets go on sale today for MADNESS’ UK arena tour at the end of the year.
The 'Can't Touch Us Now' UK tour includes the following dates:
Resale tickets for Glastonbury Festival 2016 go on sale at 9am today (17 April).
In order to purchase cancelled/refunded tickets, priced at £228, ticket buyers must have been registered beforehand to be eligible.
Registration is now closed.
Glastonbury Festival takes place on 22-26 June at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset.
Jamaican musician PROTOJE and legendary ska band MADNESS are among the first acts confirmed for Glastonbury Festival this year.
Glastonbury takes place on 22-26 June at Worthy Farm, Pilton, in Somerset.
The organisers of BoomTown Fair have now announced the final acts set to play TrenchTown district at this year’s festival.
Last month the festival revealed MADNESS and DAMIAN MARLEY would headline the overall event.
London ska band MADNESS will play a big show on Clapham Common this summer.
The one-day ‘House of Common’ event takes place on the August bank holiday on 29 August.
The band will be joined by 20 like-minded bands and DJs, hand-picked by the band themselves.
BoomTown Fair organisers can now reveal the first 100 bands for the 2016 event including MADNESS and DAMIAN MARLEY.
Chapter 8, 'The Revolution Starts Now' takes place on 11-14 August at the Matterley Estate, near Winchester, in Hampshire.
British ska band MADNESS will headline the first night at Fairport's Cropredy Convention this summer.
French ska and reggae band BABYLON CIRCUS will also make an appearance at the festival, which takes place on 11-13 August.
In 2012 MADNESS put out an album called Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da on the Lucky 7 label.
London ska band MADNESS will headline the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival in 2016.
The big festival takes place on 4-6 August 2016 at the Belladrum Estate in Beauly, Scotland.
For the second year running there will be an option to buy three-day tickets priced at £137 to include a programme of artists on the main stage on the Thursday night, in addition to the traditional two day tickets.
London ska legends MADNESS stopped in Bristol last week for an epic performance at the County Ground.
The show featured on the final leg of the band’s Grandslam Tour of major sporting venues around the UK.
Unfortunately the home of Gloucestershire County Cricket Club suffered poor sound quality and a lack of atmosphere on the night, but that didn’t stop thousands of ska nuts enjoying this rare occasion in the city.
British ska band MADNESS will perform a series of large open air concerts at sporting venues this summer called ‘Grandslam Madness’.
Pre-sale tickets are on sale now for most of the following dates:
British ska band MADNESS has announced plans for a winter UK tour, called the 'All For The M.A.D.H.E.A.D. tour'
The string of arena shows will kick off at the band's annual House Of Fun Weekender at Butlins in Minehead.
Upcoming shows now include:
A number of new additions to the House Of Fun Weekender 2013 can now be revealed including LITTLE ROY, GENTLEMAN'S DUB CLUB, DENNIS ALCAPONE and the LEE THOMPSON SKA ORCHESTRA, among many others.
The LEE THOMPSON SKA ORCHESTRA, brainchild of MADNESS saxophonist Lee “Kix” Thompson, has announced a run of shows across the UK later this year.
The gigs confirmed so far include:
Here’s some fan-filmed video footage of the band in full flow:
The LEE THOMPSON SKA ORCHESTRA, brainchild of MADNESS saxophonist Lee “Kix” Thompson, will perform in Bristol later this month for an intimate and rare show at The Fleece.
British ska revivalists MADNESS have announced a run of racecourse shows across the UK in support of their latest album Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da.
The band will perform a series of concerts around racecourses as well as a show at Northampton County Cricket Ground and their own House of Fun Weekender at Butlin's in Minehead.
DJ RICHIE BLOOD delivers another set packed full of the latest roots, dancehall and dub music for ReggaeChapter.com's monthly podcast.
The 10th studio album from ska legends MADNESS, Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da, will be released on 29 October.
The first single from the new record will be “My Girl 2” – out on 22 October – and follows “Death Of A Rude Boy”, which was released as a free download last month.
The artwork for the new LP has been designed by Sir Peter Blake, who designed THE BEATLES' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band sleeve.
British ska legends MADNESS have joined the line-up for this year's iTunes Festival with support from REVEREND AND THE MAKERS.
The band will headline London's Roundhouse on 27 September joining the likes of EXAMPLE, LABRINTH and DJ FRESH in playing the month-long series of shows.