Veteran British rockers Marillion are leaders of the neo-progressive movement.
Formed in 1979, the band currently consists of Steve Rothery (guitars), Mark Kelly (keys), Pete Trewavas (bass), Ian Mosley (drums) and Steve Hogarth (lead vocals).
They have released twenty studio albums, including Script for a Jester's Tear (1983), Fugazi (1984), Misplaced Childhood (1985), Clutching at Straws (1987), Seasons End (1989), Holidays in Eden (1991), Brave (1994), Afraid of Sunlight (1995), This Strange Engine (1997), Radiation (1998), marillion.com (1999), Anoraknophobia (2001), Marbles (2004), Somewhere Else (2007), Happiness Is the Road (2008), Less Is More (2009), Sounds That Can't Be Made (2012), Fuck Everyone and Run (F E A R) (2016), With Friends from the Orchestra (2019) and An Hour Before It's Dark (2022).
Yes! You can see Marillion live on tour.
Marillion show takes place on Friday 24th November 2023 at The Civic at The Halls, Wolverhampton.
Where & when can I see Marillion live?
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I've clocked up well over 100 Marillion gigs in my time, since the early Marquee days to the Royal Albert Hall but there always seems to be something special when they hit Manchester.
Just a fantastic set and the addition of Garden Party and MSH as part of the final encore made this old boy feel like I was 16 again ( though my back is telling me different today!).
How the hell they are not recognised by the "popular" media as one of England's greatest bands is beyond me but they are at last getting some deserved plaudits from those "in the know" and will always have their dedicated family of fans to support their every venture.
Just brilliant last night.
Posted by Marc on 09/11/2017
Marillion, Academy, Manchester - 8th November 2017