Madness Tickets Selling for £2.50

Madness Tickets Are Selling at £2.50

Madness have announced their plans to sell live tickets for an intimate London show for just £2.50.

The ska icons, who are famously born out of Camden Town, have made the announcement to play a very special anniversary live show at the Electric Ballroom on November 17th.

The gig, which will mark 40 years to the day since they launched their now iconic ‘Two Tone Tour’, sees the band return to the very same venue to run through what is likely to be an evening celebrating some of their classic songs.

In a bid to keep the anniversary party authentic, Madness have taken the unprecedented decision to charge just £2.50 per ticket — the same price it would have cost to see the band perform 40 years ago.

Tickets will, of course, come with the usual booking fee and fans have been limited to just two tickets per person. Find more information, below.

Story sourced from – Far Out Magazine

Written by Pro Ro

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