Sheffield dates for pop icon Adam Ant, comedian Ed Gamble and Michael Jackson tribute - here's how to get tickets
Tickets go on sale tomorrow, Friday May 28, for Adam Ant’s new tour with a date at Sheffield City Hall next February.
The pop icon has announced dates for his UK tour ANTICS, with a set list that promises to get everyone on their feet.
Adam Ant whose early 1980s hits included Prince Charming, Antmusic and Goody Two Shoes, will be at Sheffield City Hall on Wednesday, February 23, 2022. Tickets go on sale on Friday at 10am online from www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk.
He will be performing his classic chart-topping 1980s singles and personal favourites and said: “I’m very much looking forward to playing live again - there’s nothing like it. I hope everyone hasn’t forgotten how to have fun!”
Comedian Ed Gamble will be performing at the City Hall on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 – tickets also on general sale at 10am on Friday (May 28) from www.sheffieldcityhall.co.uk.
After a sell-out tour of his house in 2020 – extended into 2021 due to popular demand - Ol’ Broken Pancreas is charged up and ready to flick the switch on another night of attention seeking.
Ed is co-host of the award-winning mega-hit podcast Off Menu with fellow comedy star James Acaster, Taskmaster TV show champion and has his own comedy special, Blood Sugar, available worldwide on Amazon Prime.
The world’s number one Michael Jackson tribute artist Navi performs at the City Hall on Friday, April 22, with also tickets going on sale on Friday at 10am.
King Of Pop – The Legend Continues stars Navi, who was hired by Michael Jackson as the star’s official body double.
Navi is widely regarded as the leading and most successful Michael Jackson tribute artist in a career that has spanned three decades.
As well as working for Michael as his official body double, the star booked Navi to perform at two of his lavish birthday parties in New York and Los Angeles, giving him a standing ovation.
Navi said: “To meet Michael was one thing, but to perform in front of the greatest entertainer of all time and to perform his songs was no easy feat and extremely nerve-wracking.”