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Garbage Tickets

Garbage Fan Reviews (4) 4.8
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"Probably the most enjoyable gig I've been to?one"
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Garbage, Cardiff University Great Hall, Cardiff - 14th July 2019

One of my favorite bands.
Smallish venue and good sound.
Great crowd atmosphere.
Band seemed stoked.
Cons. No food!

Posted by petecr00ser on 15/07/2019

"Awesome amount of respect"
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Garbage, Rock City, Nottingham - 11th September 2018

Shirley not only sings great & the band are just fantastic but a real down to earth, everyday sound person- I just love the attitude- brilliant night

Posted anonymously on 12/09/2018

"Not total"
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Garbage - Version 2.0: 20 years Paranoid, Academy, Manchester - 9th September 2018

Seen Garbage 4 times now... When orange album came out they was a bit rough around the edges.. then by 2012 they had improved massively... actually being voted the most improved live they seem to have dropped off a bit from those heights... but always worth catching.

Posted anonymously on 12/09/2018

"Top start with."
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Garbage, Rock City, Nottingham - 11th September 2018

Rock City great venue as always. Garbage were on top form until Shirley got too drunk.

Posted by MS on 12/09/2018

Garbage have been subverting the mainstream and dominating the charts with their rock enthused electronica for close to two and a half decades. Their members include drummer Butch Vig, singer Shirley Manson, with Steve Marker sharing guitars with Duke Erikson who also takes on the bass.

** Just Announced ** Garbage will be the headline at Kew Gardens in London on Saturday 13th of July 2019.

The many fans will be keen to get their hands on Garbage tickets so please ensure you act fast and get yours before they are all gone. Place your gig tickets order with Gigantic 24/7 using a tablet, computer or smartphone on the go or while at home.

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They announced their arrival to the world with the release of their eponymously titled debut album in 1995. It was followed three years later by their smash hit album Version 2.0 which made them a household name. Their following albums include Beautiful Garbage, Bleed Like Me, Not Yor Kind Of People and Strange Little Birds.

Their latest release came just last year and is titled Strange Little Birds which sold incredibly well around the world in addition to receiving high critical acclaim.

20-plus years after forming, each band member is still fired up to mine new sounds and approaches for inspiration. That willingness to be uncomfortable and look beneath the surface makes Strange Little Birds a rousing success.” - The A.V. Club

It successfully excavates old and gorgeous Garbage: digs it up, dusts it off, reassembles it, and lovingly crafts replacements, piece by vivid piece, for the strange little sounds that have rotted away.” - Spin

With only limited supplies of Garbage concert tickets being made available, you will need to book yours before they all are snatched up. Offering you fantastic customer service on a huge range of essential gig tickets, Gigantic should be your first choice whenever you are looking to book your big night out.

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