The Beat tickets

The Beat Tickets

The Beat St Luke's, Glasgow

Thursday 10th June 2021

The Beat Newcastle Riverside, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Sunday 13th June 2021

The Beat Manchester Club Academy, Manchester

Tuesday 15th June 2021

The Beat The Level, Nottingham

Wednesday 16th June 2021

The Beat The Leadmill, Sheffield

Thursday 17th June 2021

The Beat Warehouse 23, Wakefield

Friday 18th June 2021

The Beat Empire Music Hall, Belfast

Monday 21st June 2021

The Beat Whelans, Dublin

Tuesday 22nd June 2021

The Beat Portland House, Cardiff

Thursday 24th June 2021

The Beat The Cavern Club, Liverpool

Sunday 27th June 2021

The Beat Public Halls, Harpenden

Monday 28th June 2021

The Beat Epic Studios, Norwich

Wednesday 30th June 2021

The Beat Electric Ballroom, London

Thursday 1st July 2021

The Beat Thekla, Bristol

Friday 2nd July 2021

The Beat The Roadmender, Northampton

Sunday 4th July 2021

The Beat Cambridge Junction, Cambridge

Tuesday 6th July 2021

The Beat Concorde 2, Brighton

Wednesday 7th July 2021

The Beat Dreamland, Margate

Thursday 8th July 2021

The Beat Salisbury City Hall, Salisbury

Tuesday 13th July 2021

The Beat Glee Club, Birmingham

Wednesday 14th July 2021

The Beat The Empire, Coventry

Thursday 15th July 2021

Supporting UB40 + The Dualers + The Beat + Stone Foundation Rochester Castle, Rochester

Saturday 11th July 2020

The Beat are Birmingham’s best Ska and 2 Tone with songs that addressed socio-political problems, love and unity. Their massive hit singles include Mirror in the Bathroom, Too Nice to Talk To, Can't Get Used to Losing You, Hands Off, She's Mine and All Out to Get You.

They have announced an extensive tour for 2018 already, when they will be joined by The Selecter. Catch them when they play at Liverpool’s Olympia, Cheltenham Town Hall, Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cheese & Grain at Frome and Dreamland in Kent during February then Brighton Dome and Salisbury City Hall during March 2018.

Excitement is already high and still rising as is the demand, so make sure you do not hang about and book your tickets for The Beat before they are all snatched up. Fortunately, placing your order with Gigantic is made easy as your purchase can be made 24/7 at home or on the go using your smartphone, tablet or computer.

Like many ska band of the time, The Beat were the product of high unemployment and massive societal tensions that marked the late seventies. They formed in 1978 and immediately rose in prominence thanks to the new wave of 2 Tone that hit Britain. Drawing on influences ranging from Jamaican dancehall rhythms and post punk their song writing style showed a maturity which lead to them writing timeless tunes.

The Beat released three amazing studio albums; I Just Can’t Stop It (1980), Wha’ppen? (1981) and Special Beat Service (1982). They toured with such amazing bands like The Pretenders and Talking Heads before becoming world famous in their own right.

We really do urge you to make sure you book your The Beat concert tickets early as they are expected to sell very quickly. Matching our vast array of essential gig tickets with excellent customer service, Gigantic was named by Nottingham Post as their ‘Retail Business of the Year 2017’, so you know we are best place to come to make your booking when looking forward to enjoying an unforgettable experience.

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