We are SUPER excited to announce that Scots rockers Twin Atlantic will be playing a rare home turf in Perth as part of the Perth Concert Hall's 10th Anniversary celebrations.
You can get your tickets on Friday 4 September from 10am for the 20 September concert.
Tickets will be limited to a maximum of 4 per person and demand is expected to be high see the bottom of article for details. (We'll race you there!)
Andy Shearer, director of contemporary music for Horsecross Arts has said: “Twin Atlantic is a band which is in demand worldwide, so to have them here to round off Perth Concert Hall’s 10th Anniversary celebrations is a real coup. This is also a small venue by their standards so it is a great way for fans to see the band in a more intimate setting. By offering over the counter sales at Perth Concert Hall on Friday, we hope to give local fans a good opportunity to get their hands on tickets, but we do expect these to sell out quickly so would advise people to turn up promptly for 10am.”
Twin Atlantic recently played triumphant performances at The Hydro and T In The Park, with riffs and choruses that stick in your head for an age. Twin Atlantic can play hard and fast and loud like the best hard, fast and loud bands, then instantly flip the switch and have a packed venue waving lighters to their softer side. UK rock has found a brave new voice and it is distinctly Scottish.
The Twin Atlantic gig is part of a full weekend to celebrate Perth Concert Hall’s 10th Anniversary celebrations.
Fans will be able to get hold of tickets from Perth Concert Hall Box Office in person only from 10am on Friday 4 September.
Tickets will be limited to a maximum of four per booking. All online and phone sales will be via Ticketmaster- www.ticketmaster.co.uk 0844 844 0444.
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