UKULELE band The Everly Pregnant Brothers return to their roots next year with a concert at Sheffield City Hall on April 14.
And you could be going for free. We have 20 tickets to be won.
It’s only two years since the band made their debut at the venue supporting Ross Noble and Eddie Izzard.
They’ve since played at festivals in the UK and abroad and made two highly acclaimed albums. Next April they return to their spiritual home with their biggest, bounciest, most bonkers gig.
Seven Sheffield men singing songs of love, loss, pies and beer, with the finest ukulele playing this side of Honolulu.
They’ve all played City Hall: the Beatles, Def Leppard, McFly. Now it’s The Everly Pregnant Brothers. You don’t want to miss this.
Tickets are £17 each, subject to booking fees. Buy in person, call the City Hall Box Office or on 0114 278 9789 or buy online at www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk
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