Acts will pay tribute to world's top bands
CHRISTMAS has come early with two of the best tribute bands headlining The Beachcomber.
Have a right royal time with Kings of Lyon and Coldplace performing in Cleethorpes tonight.
In eight years, Coldplace – from Grimsby – has performed more than 400 gigs across the UK and 20 different countries – they have fast become the world’s biggest and best tribute to the highly acclaimed Coldplay.
The band has appeared on Sky News, BBC Radio One and Two and The Gadget Show, as well as having performed alongside Sir Bob Geldof, KT Tunstall, Ringo Starr and Roxette.
MAYFAIR ESTATE AGENTS
If we cannot find you a tenant within one month, we will find you one for FREE, yes FREE, you will pay no fees.
Contact 01472 355553
Terms: Terms and Conditions Apply
Contact: 01472 355 553
Valid until: Friday, May 24 2013
Their biggest gig to date has been in front of 60,000 people at the Matthew Street Festival in Liverpool.
“We’re really looking forward to performing at The Beachcomber as it’s local ground for us,” said Shane Crofts, aka Chris Martin, lead singer of Coldplace.
“It’s a great venue and it’s good to be back playing in the UK after a whirlwind tour of Europe this summer, where we’ve been performing at various festivals.
“We will be bringing the complete Coldplay set to The Beachcomber, along with the full laser light show, so expect to be blown away.”
As well as Coldplace, Kings of Lyon will also be performing. From Hull, the Kings of Leon tribute have been rated as the number one tribute by Stage Magazine, and have been given five stars by Q Magazine.
With an O2 headline tour already under their belt, and sell-out shows across the UK and Europe, the Kings of Lyon will definitely not fail to deliver a vibrant performance.
“We have performed with Coldplace a number of times in the UK and Europe, and it’s great to be doing a gig together closer to home,” said lead singer Christian Dawson.
“We want to see everyone down at the front singing their hearts out!”
With the Kings of Lyon being one of the most sought after tribute acts, this is definitely a show not to be missed.
Belfast Empire has described them as “four extremely talented musicians playing the best from Youth and Young Manhood to Only Be The Night, as only the Kings themselves could.”
Tickets are £10 in advance and £12 on the door, and can be bought from The Beachcomber on 01472 812666, or www.coldplace. eventbrite.co.uk
NOTE: The advertisement printed in Friday's Telegraph incorrectly states this event as taking place on Saturday night. It can be confirmed that it is taking place tonight (Friday, November 23)