Bros tickets

Bros Tickets

Bros Plus Special Guests The O2 Arena, London


Tickets available on:
Friday 25th August 2017

Bros plus special guests S.E.C.C, Glasgow

Sunday 27th August 2017
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BROS were the hard edge boyband that updated pop as the 80’s began to date to the cutting edge of the 90’s. The band focused on twin brothers Matt and Luke Goss who enjoyed massive success with their debut album Push which was certified four times Platinum and their further fantastic output. Now they return for a long awaited reunion to the delight of their worldwide audience.

Be prepared to hear such mega hits as Too Much, I Quit, Drop The Boy, I Owe You Nothing and When Will I Be Famous?

See them perform at The O2 Arena in London on Saturday 19th of August for what will no doubt be an amazing show.

When. Can I. Can I buy BROS tickets? They are made available at 11:00 on Friday 7th of October and expected to fly off the shelves so you better be ready for their release. Set a personal reminder through Gigantic to arrive via text message or email to prepare for their upcoming release.

Brought together by former Pet Shop Boys manager Tom Watkins, they took their name as a shorthand for Brothers to centre around the twins which coincidently also rhymes with their surname Goss.

Their first release; I Owe You Nothing came in 1987 and became a hit with switched on teens and preceded their monumental rise. When Will I Be Famous? was release later in the year and proved to be their breakthrough moment. The single shot to #2 in the UK and topped the charts in Ireland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Australia and South Africa. The debut album Push sold over 10 million copies worldwide and was followed by the incredible records The Time and Changing Faces.

Although the brothers never announced that the band had split, they ceased recording in 1991 and were not expected to perform together. Now they return to an eagerly awaiting world.

Everyone is going to want BROS concert tickets so we really do urge you to book yours early or you may miss out on THE pop event of the year. Always make Gigantic your first choice for gig tickets.

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