Here’s your second chance to catch two of the country’s top tribute bands play at Radius (above The Solstice) in Peterborough on Saturday February 27 as part of their UK tour.
The bands were due to appear a while back but the gig had to be rescheduled.
Topping the bill is Robbie Williams Banned, featuring Matt Byrne as ‘Robbie’ and bringing a live show bursting with exuberance and energy that packs a real punch. Back in the city for the first time in over 5 years, the band are excited at the prospect of an up-close-and-personal gig at one of the city’s top entertainment hotspots.
“Last year was full-on for us,” said Matt – a regular on the tribute circuit throughout the UK and across the world, including Ibiza, Germany and the Caribbean. “It’s great getting to do this for a living. I’ve been doing it for over a decade now and can honestly say I’m having a blast.”
As well as headlining stages on the Isle Of Wight and at Liverpool’s huge Mathew Street Festival, the band kicked off their last tour playing at the Cambridge University Summer Ball, sharing the stage with The Feeling, Wretch 32 and DJ Fresh. Matt is still buzzing from the whole experience. “It was mad, when we got there the organisers hadn’t given us the festival line-up, so when the music started I thought there was a Feeling tribute band playing, before I realised it was actually The Feeling, who absolutely smashed it before we went on. So no pressure then! Luckily we have some big tunes and the noise the crowd made singing along to Angels was just incredible.”
Those that have seen Robbie Williams Banned will know that their gigs are always full of crazy antics and audience participation, performing hits such as Angels, Millennium, Let Me Entertain You, She’s The One, Feel and Rock DJ.
RWB are supported on the night by The Beautiful South and Housemartins top tribute act, Paul Heaton Fan Club. Playing sing-along ‘South’ classics such as Perfect 10, Rotterdam, A Little Time and Don’t Marry Her as well as The Housemartins’ Happy Hour, Build and Caravan Of Love, this looks to be a tribute night not to be missed!
Tickets are just £10 and available from The Solstice, or by phone on 01733 560231.