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Midge Ure The Voice & Visions Tour St George's Hall, Bradford

Monday 21st February 2022 Doors at 19:00

Midge Ure Grand Opera House, York

Tuesday 22nd February 2022

Midge Ure Rock City, Nottingham

Wednesday 23rd February 2022

Midge Ure Bonus Arena, Hull

Thursday 24th February 2022

Midge Ure The Voice & Visions Tour Barrowland, Glasgow

Saturday 26th February 2022

Midge Ure Plus Special Guests Stockton Globe, Stockton-on-Tees

Sunday 27th February 2022 Doors at 19:00

Midge Ure Music Hall, Aberdeen

Monday 28th February 2022

Midge Ure King George's Hall, Blackburn

Wednesday 2nd March 2022

Midge Ure Usher Hall, Edinburgh

Thursday 3rd March 2022

Midge Ure Albert Hall, Manchester

Friday 4th March 2022

Midge Ure Corn Exchange, Cambridge

Saturday 5th March 2022

Midge Ure Royal and Derngate, Northampton

Tuesday 8th March 2022

Midge Ure Princess Theatre, Torquay

Wednesday 9th March 2022

Midge Ure The Voice & Visions Tour Hall For Cornwall, Truro

Thursday 10th March 2022 Doors at 18:30

Midge Ure Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury

Sunday 13th March 2022

Midge Ure Regent Theatre, Ipswich

Monday 14th March 2022

Midge Ure De Montfort Hall, Leicester

Wednesday 16th March 2022

Midge Ure Bath Forum, Bath

Thursday 17th March 2022

Midge Ure MECA, Swindon

Friday 18th March 2022

Midge Ure O2 City Hall Newcastle, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Sunday 20th March 2022

Midge Ure Theatre, Venue Cymru, Llandudno

Monday 21st March 2022

Midge Ure Sheffield City Hall, Sheffield

Tuesday 22nd March 2022 Doors at 19:00

Midge Ure G Live, Guildford

Thursday 24th March 2022

Midge Ure Engine Rooms, Southampton

Friday 25th March 2022

Midge Ure Tramshed, Cardiff

Saturday 26th March 2022

Midge Ure Theatre Royal Brighton, Brighton

Sunday 27th March 2022 Doors at 19:00

Midge Ure Cliffs Pavilion, Southend On Sea

Tuesday 29th March 2022

Midge Ure Lighthouse, Poole

Thursday 31st March 2022

Midge Ure Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Friday 1st April 2022

Midge Ure Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool

Saturday 2nd April 2022

Midge Ure The Voice & Visions Tour O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol

Friday 23rd September 2022 Doors at 19:00

Midge Ure Roundhouse, London

Saturday 24th September 2022 Doors at 19:00

Midge Ure The Voice & Visions Tour Norwich Theatre Royal, Norwich

Monday 26th September 2022 Doors at 19:30

Midge Ure 'THE VOICE & VISIONS TOUR' The White Rock Theatre, Hastings

Tuesday 27th September 2022 Doors at 19:00
Midge Ure Fan Reviews (4) 5.0
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MIDGE URE - THE 1980 TOUR, VIENNA & VISAGE, Concert Hall, Perth - 19th February 2020

Totally brilliant evening midge and the band blew us away.

Posted anonymously on 21/02/2020

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MIDGE URE - THE 1980 TOUR, VIENNA & VISAGE, Concert Hall, Perth - 19th February 2020

It is the second time We have seen this concert with Midge Ure.
The other being in Glasgow Barralands..both Amazing ...would go again!!

Posted by Tina on 20/02/2020

"Absolutely Superb"
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MIDGE URE - THE 1980 TOUR, VIENNA & VISAGE, Concert Hall, Perth - 19th February 2020

Great venue at perth concert hall and another fantastic show from midge and the boys, seen midge now about 20 times including his ultravox days, cole and joe just get better every time we see them and with the inclusion of the drummer it makes for a great night and a great gig

Posted by Patrick D on 20/02/2020

"Fantastic night."
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MIDGE URE - THE 1980 TOUR, VIENNA & VISAGE, Concert Hall, Perth - 19th February 2020

Fantastic night. Midge didn't disappoint. Music and banter was brilliant. The band were amazing. Midge has still got it!

Posted by Nicki on 20/02/2020

Midge Ure announces The Voice & Visions Tour - tickets on sale with Gigantic!

Artist Bio

One of the key members of the new wave band Ultravox, guitarist/vocalist Midge Ure began his professional music career with Salvation, a Glasgow-based group that became the bubblegum band Slik in 1974. Upset in the change of direction, Ure left the band to join the Rich Kids, a punk-pop group led by former Sex Pistol bassist Glen Matlock. The Rich Kids only released one album, 1978's Ghosts of Princes in Towers, before breaking up later that year. Ure spent a brief time with the Misfits (not the American band) before forming Visage with drummer Rusty Egan and vocalist Steve Strange; he left the group to replace Gary Moore in Thin Lizzy, who had left in the middle of an American tour. After the tour was finished, Ure fulfilled an agreement to join Ultravox as the replacement for John Foxx.

Once he joined the band in 1980, Ure helped make Ultravox a mainstream success; during this time he also worked as a producer, making records with Steve Harley and Modern Man. In 1982, Ure released a solo single, a cover of the Walker Brothers' hit "No Regrets"; it climbed into the U.K. Top Ten. Ure and Bob Geldof formed Band Aid, a special project to aid famine relief efforts in Ethiopia, in 1984. The two wrote the song "Do They Know It's Christmas?" and assembled an all-star band of British musicians to record the single; it sold millions of copies over the 1984 holiday season and prompted Geldof to organize the benefit concert Live Aid in 1985.

The Gift
In 1985, Ultravox was put on hiatus and Ure began to pursue a full-time solo career. Recorded entirely by Ure, his 1985 solo debut, The Gift, launched the number one single "If I Was," as well as the minor hits "That Certain Smile" and "Call of the Wild." The following year, he recorded the final Ultravox album; in 1987, the band broke up and he began recording his second solo album. The resulting record, 1988's Answers to Nothing, was less successful than The Gift in the U.K., yet it charted in the U.S., which is something Ure's previous album failed to do. Three years later, Ure released his third album, Pure; while it didn't do any business in America, the album featured the Top 20 British hit "Cold, Cold Heart." He attempted a comeback in 1996 with Breathe, which went ignored by both the American and British markets. Four years later, his score for the Jon Cryer drama-comedy Went to Coney Island was issued by the Evenmore label.

Move Me
Ure's recording activity during the 2000s began with Move Me (2001), which featured some surprisingly hard rocking material. A few years later, he published an autobiography, If I Was, and then, with Geldof, arranged the Live 8 concerts, after which he was recognized as an OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire). Following the release of the covers-oriented 10 (2008), Ure participated in an Ultravox reunion and continued to record as a solo artist. Fragile was issued in 2014, and featured the Moby collaboration "Dark, Dark Night." In 2017, he collaborated with composer Ty Unwin on the album Orchestrated, which featured orchestral reworkings of Ultravox songs, as well as songs from his solo career.

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