Echo & The Bunnymen
Celebrating 40 Years of Magical Songs - Alan McGee Supporting DJ
Tuesday 01 February 2022, 18:30 PMTickets
Latest Coronavirus Update
Welcome Back to Sheffield City Hall! We look forward to seeing you!
Things may be a little different when you return so we wanted to let you know what will be in place for your visit.
This event has been rescheduled from 7 May 2021 to 1 February 2022
Keep hold of your tickets they will be valid for the new date 1 February 2021 - many thanks, SCH
Tuesday, 01 February 2022
Tickets: £37.55 & £51.65 (inc. service/booking fee. Your purchase may be subject to handling and fulfilment fee.)
Approx. running times:
Act 1: 7:45pm
Act 2: 8:45pm
Echo & The Bunnymen
Oval Hall | Sheffield City Hall
Alan McGee will be supporting Echo & the Bunnymen playing a DJ set.
Echo & The Bunnymen have announced that due to the ongoing Coronavirus outbreak and the government measures they are rescheduling their 2021 tour to February 2022.
The 17 date tour, from one of the most influential British bands in modern history, will be opening at the Sheffield City Hall on 1 February 2022 (all tickets from original date 7 May 2021 remain valid) and will celebrate the songs that have brought the group twenty top 20 hits and nine top 20 albums so far during their incredible 40-year career.
Frontman Ian McCulloch said “Well then, here are the dates for our 2022 U.K. tour! I can’t wait to be out there with the band on all those stages in all those cities and towns, doing what I love most, playing our magical songs to our brilliant fans and, hopefully, making all our lives a little bit happier along the way”.
The band’s seminal albums Crocodiles, Heaven Up Here, Porcupine and Ocean Rain have been a major influence for acts such as Coldplay, The Killers and The Flaming Lips, whilst later albums Evergreen and What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? and Siberia & Meteorites demonstrate what an amazing body of work the band have. Their latest album The Stars & The Oceans & The Moon was released in Autumn 2018 with Q Magazine calling it “Magical”.
The Bunnymen are still revered in popular culture with the highly acclaimed and culturally phenomenal Netflix series 'Stranger Things', using their song 'Nocturnal Me' whilst the equally comparable '13 Reasons Why' has used 'The Killing Moon', a song also used on another Netflix show, 'Dead of Summer'.