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U2 tribute band to plat Cirencester
Living legends U2 are faithfully and brilliantly recreated by U2:UK, appearing at The Corn Hall, Cirencester on Friday 14th July.
U2:UK are Britain's most exciting and successful U2 tribute band, priding themselves on being as authentic a representation of U2 as they can be with their costumes, instruments, sound and lighting.
U2:UK bring fans some of the best moments of U2's live performances while still keeping the raw edge that Bono displays at every performance, from Rattle and Hum through Zoo TV, Pop Mart, Elevation and right up to the current Vertigo Tour.
The band who are constantly on the road playing all over the UK, are now breaking into Europe, giving you an insight into what the band is all about. With songs such as Pride, Unforgettable Fire, With or Without you and so many more, U2:UK have taken to their hearts a fabulous band who cover a huge era and a massive range of music from ballads to rock!
CDC Events Officer Rik Husdan said: “U2 are without doubt a phenomenal band with a legendary history and U2:UK's performance is a worthy tribute to them.”
U2:UK give an amazing lighting and stage show, which makes you feel that you are right at the heart of a live U2 performance. This is not to be missed by any U2 fan!
Tickets are available from:
Cirencester Visitor Information Centre (01285 654180) and Swindon Visitor Information Centre (01793 530328)
In advance £9 / £11 on door
Doors Open 8.15pm
: 23/06/2006 12:06:26
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