Rag ‘n’ Bone Man for the Town Hall

Rag ‘n’ Bone Man for the Town Hall

Rag’n’Bone Man will be playing a one-off, intimate show at the Town Hall  on February 7, hosted by Absolute Radio.

Birmingham Live were lucky to catch him in Birmingham early last year as he will now be stepping up to much larger venues.   Before that there is the chance to see him at the Town Hall on 7th February.

The gig will be hosted by Dave Berry, of Absolute Radio’s drive time show, and he said: “Rag ’n’ Bone man had a sensational year in 2017 and he’s one of the country’s most exciting musicians. “To be able to watch him play in such an intimate setting will be incredible and I can’t wait – there won’t be many opportunities to see Rag ’n’ Bone man play to just 600 people, so this will be a special evening.”

Tickets will be made available to listeners of Absolute Radio and Magic Radio, as well as chances to win across Free Radio, KISS, heat radio, Q magazine and Box TV.
Image: Steph Colledge (Rag ‘n’Bone Man Birmingham 2017)

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