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40 Years of Disco 2

Thu 21 Mar 2019
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40 Years of Disco 2

Thu 21 Mar 2019 Doors 6:30pm

*Featuring

VILLAGE PEOPLE, THE GIBSON BROTHERS, THE THREE DEGREES, IMAGINATION FEATURING LEEE JOHN, ODYSSY, THE TRAMMPS, THE REAL THING.

After the huge success of this year’s ‘40 Years Of Disco’ tour Tony Denton Promotions has announced the line up for 2019 that once more brings together disco legends for this unique arena concert.

For over four decades disco has ruled the charts and dance floors and is currently stronger and more popular than ever!  The ‘40 Years of Disco’ show is a high-energy hits only live extravaganza! 

Disco started in the early 70’s in the clubs of New York with Studio 54, which opened in 1977, being the most famous. The same year the ‘Disco Fever’ album spent 6 weeks at No.1 and was still there at Christmas.

*line-up subject to change

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Ticket Status: Available Age Restriction: 14+ in standing area Standing or Seating Timings: Doors 6:30pm Curfew: 11pm Tickets on sale: 19 Mar 2018 at 09:00

Tickets can be purchased (subject to availability), in person over the counter at the Brighton Centre Box Office at the front of the venue on Kings Road, which is open Monday to Saturday 10am-4pm. Booking Fees are not applicable on payments made over the counter (in person) at the Venue Box Office during opening hours. If children under 14yrs are attending an event at the Brighton Centre, they must be accompanied by an adult (18yrs+).

From £50.15
(Incl. 11.5% Booking Fee) + Fulfilment BUY TICKETS
Ticket Status: Available Age Restriction: 14+ in standing area Standing or Seating Timings: Doors 6:30pm Curfew: 11pm Tickets on sale: 19 Mar 2018 at 09:00

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