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    Mike + The Mechanics Celebrate 1988 album ‘The Living Years’ with 2014 Tour – Tickets


    To celebrate Mike + The Mechanics classic 1988 album ‘The Living Years’ 25th anniversary this year, the band will embark on a UK tour in February/March 2014,

    ‘The Living Years’ was Mike + The Mechanics second album hit Number 1 in the US as well as reach Number 2 in UK charts. The album – which included the singles ‘Nobody’s Perfect’, ‘Seeing is Believing’ and the classic title track ‘The Living Years’ – has received Gold status in the UK as well as in Canada and the US.

    Rhyl Pavilion Theatre, Wed 12th February 2014
    Holmfirth Picturedrome, Fri 14th February 2014
    Norwich Theatre Royal, Sun 16th February 2014
    Kings Lyn Corn Exchange, Tue 18th February 2014
    Chatam Central Theatre, Wed 19th February 2014
    Bolton Festival Hall, Fri 21st February 2014
    New Brighton Floral Pavilion, Sat 22nd February 2014
    Warrington Pyramid, Sun 23rd February 2014
    Aberdeen Music Hall, Tue 25th February 2014
    Perth Horsecross, Thu 27th February 2014
    Gateshead Sage, Fri 28th February 2014
    Birmingham Symphony Hall, Sat 1st March 2014
    Fareham Ferneham Hall, Tue 4th March 2014
    Basingstoke Anvil Arts, Thu 6th March 2014
    Basildon Towngate Theatre, Fri 7th March 2014
    St Albans Alban Arena, Sun 9th March 2014
    Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall Theatre, Mon 10th March 2014
    Bradford St Georges, Wed 12th March 2014
    Porthcawl Grand Pavilion, Thu 13th March 2014
    Stevenage Arts & Leisure Centre, Fri 14th March 2014
    London Hammersmith Apollo, Sun 16th March 2014

    Tickets, £40-£50+ fees go on sale on Friday at 9am/ now from Ticketmaster

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