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Madness  at Cannock Chase Forest, Rugeley, Staffordshire

Madness

Thursday 8th June 2023

Cannock Chase Forest, Rugeley, Staffordshire

Gates at: 18:00

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Madness  at Albert Park, Middlesbrough

Madness

Friday 9th June 2023

Albert Park, Middlesbrough

Gates at: 17:00

Madness  at Delamere Forest, Northwich

Madness

Thursday 15th June 2023

Delamere Forest, Northwich

Gates at: 18:00

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Madness  at Singleton Park, Swansea

Madness Plus Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club

Friday 21st July 2023

Singleton Park, Swansea

Gates at: 17:00

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About Madness

Madness are perhaps one of the most prominent and best-loved bands of the last 40 years.

Formed in Camden Town, London in 1976, their journey since has taken them from ska-band upstarts to globally acclaimed superstars.

Finding initial success in the late 1970s and early ‘80s as frontrunners of the 2 Tone Ska revival, the band would soon go on to find universal fame through a string of 15 UK Top 10 charting singles, with their crowning glory the seminal UK No.1 “House Of Fun”.


With a trademark “nutty” sound and lyrics that capture the very essence of British life, cuts like “Baggy Trousers”, “One Step Beyond”, “Embarrassment”, “My Girl”, “Driving In My Car”, and “Our House” and countless others have transcended the generations and immortalised Madness as icons of popular culture.

A testament to their enduring popularity, Suggs and co. were invited to perform on top of Buckingham Palace as part of the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations AND the London Olympics in 2012 to a global audience, while also setting the record for the biggest-ever viewing for the BBC’s live New Year’s Eve broadcast in 2018.

Now, they look to 2023 with exciting shows in combination with Forest Live!


Where can I see Madness play live?

Madness announce a massive summer packed full of unmissable shows in collaboration with Forest Live - Forestry England.

See them play headline sets at the beautiful and unique settings of Cannock Chase Forest, Staffordshire and Delamere Forest, Northwich during June 2023.

They will also grace the stages of Albert Park, Middlesbrough and Singleton Park, Swansea the same month.

In July, they take over Singleton Park, Swansea,

With only limited Madness concert tickets available, be sure to book with Gigantic right now!


Where can I get my Madness tickets?

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