Holy Holy are heading to the Bonus Arena, Hull on 18th January 2020 for the 50th anniversary celebration of ‘The Man Who Sold The World’.
Probably the closest experience to a BOWIE gig you can get! Holy Holy are David Bowie’s drummer and Spider Man from Mars – Woody Woodmansey and producer Tony Visconti, who worked on many of Bowie’s albums and played Bass on the Man Who Sold The World.
Accompanied by an all-star band that includes glorious Bowie-Esque vocals from Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory, a Bowie fan and friend who also performed alongside Bowie on the original Band Aid single in 1984.
The group will be performing a 50th Anniversary celebration of ‘The Man Who Sold The World’, upon which both Woody and Tony contributed at that time, making these exceptionally accomplished musicians and writers a long way from a Tribute band.
They’re the real deal, original Bowie band members, bringing the magic back to life with one of the greatest synth-pop frontmen of the ’80s joining the parade!
Tickets for this seated show go on sale from www.bonusarenahull.com from 9am on Friday 4th October. Alternatively call 0844 8440444. Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company’s access charge.
Accessible tickets can be purchased by calling 0800 9884440.
Over 400,000 visitors have experienced events here at the venue since 2018 including Bob Dylan, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Ne-Yo, Paloma Faith, JLS, Sarah Millican, Blondie, Noel Gallagher and many more. The venue is a state-of-the-art music and events complex with a capacity of up to 4,000 people for concerts and live events, plus an array of bars, lounges, premium seating and hospitality suits including the Connexin Lounge. The venue is purpose built to offer significant flexibility for any conference, exhibition, dinner or event. With 1320 square metres of floor space, making it one of the biggest in the region, the Arena’s flexibility means we can host events of all shapes and sizes – from huge award ceremonies to smaller breakout meetings, including the University of Hull’s graduation ceremonies. The building is owned by Hull City Council and is managed by ASM Global.