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United Kingdom12 Events
- Mar 02 2021Mar022021Find ticketsTue 19:00O2 Academy Bristol - BristolUB40
- Mar 04 2021Mar042021Find ticketsThu 18:30The Brighton Centre - BrightonUB40
- Mar 05 2021Mar052021Find ticketsFri 19:30Portsmouth Guildhall - PortsmouthUB40
- Mar 06 2021Mar062021Find ticketsSat 19:00O2 Academy Bournemouth - BournemouthUB40
- Mar 09 2021Mar092021Find ticketsTue 18:30First Direct Arena - LeedsUB40
- Mar 10 2021Mar102021Find ticketsWed 19:00O2 Apollo Manchester - ManchesterUB40
- Mar 17 2021Mar172021Find ticketsWed 19:00Empress Ballroom - BlackpoolUB40
- Mar 19 2021Mar192021Find ticketsFri 18:30Bonus Arena, Hull - HullUB40 2020
- Mar 23 2021Mar232021Find ticketsTue 18:30Motorpoint Arena Cardiff - CardiffUB40
- Jun 26 2021Jun262021Find ticketsSat 15:15Lingfield Park Resort - LingfieldUB40
- Jul 09 2021Jul092021Find ticketsFri 12:00Rochester Castle - RochesterUB40On partner site
- Jun 12 2021Jun122021Find ticketsSat 15:50Worcester Racecourse - WorcesterUB40
International Events1 Events
- Apr 17 2021Apr172021Find ticketsSat 18:303Arena - Dublin, IrelandUB40 Featuring Ali Campbell and Astro
Formed in 1978, UB40 and named themselves after the unemployment benefit form. Their debut album, Signing Off, was released in 1980 and is considered by many to be one of the greatest reggae albums ever released by a British band.
That collection of songs was the start of a career that has since seen UB40 have 40 UK Top 40 hit singles and sales of over 100 million records. Their albums have resided in the UK’s Top 75 album chart for a combined period of 11 years, making them one of the most successful British groups of all-time.
Last year, as part of their 40th anniversary celebrations, UB40 released their first new album in five years entitled For the Many. It's their 19th studio album overall and features UB40 founder members Robin Campbell (co-vocals/guitar), Brian Travers (saxophone/keyboards), Jimmy Brown (drums), Earl Falconer (bass/keyboards/vocals) and Norman Hassan (percussion/vocals), along with long-time members Duncan Campbell (vocals), Martin Meredith (saxophone), Laurence Parry (trumpet) and Tony Mullings (keyboards).
Last updated: May, 2019