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Roll back the years with a whole host of performances at Symphony Hall and Town Hall – both B:Music venues. From the music of Fleetwood Mac to the soundtrack to some of the 60s’ most iconic TV shows, revisit the glory days of music and entertainment.

“It’s clear that live music is an important part of all our lives, something to free us from the groundhog days that life has become. This pandemic has brought home to me what an important part of me singing is and it’s made me determined to get back onstage asap.”  – Roger Daltrey


Roger Daltrey – Symphony Hall, Monday July 4

Rumours of Fleetwood Mac – Symphony Hall, Wednesday June 1: Rhiannon, Go Your Own Way, The Chain, Don’t Stop … the endless hits of Fleetwood Mac have delighted music lovers for decades. This show channels their spirit, offering fans the chance to rediscover the most famous songs and performances. Personally endorsed by founding member Mick Fleetwood, it’s the ultimate tribute to one of rock and roll’s most remarkable groups. For ticket information click HERE

Roger Daltrey – Symphony Hall, Monday July 4: A special evening of Who classics, rarities, solo hits and fan Q&A, encompassing every style imaginable – including blues, rock, country, soul and metal. The mix of music and conversation is built around Roger’s musical journey, digging into his incredible back catalogue and even reinterpreting a few Who classics and rarities. A real must for rock fans. For ticket information click HERE

The Australian Pink Floyd – Symphony Hall, Monday November 7 &  28: With more than four million tickets sold worldwide The Australian Pink Floyd Show is the biggest performance of its kind. It’s note for note perfection perfectly reproduces the complete Pink Floyd experience, bringing their music to a new generation of fans. Audiences. Expect stunning light and lasers, video animations and high resolution LED screen technology. Oh, and there’s even a huge inflatable pig! For ticket information click HERE


Heather Small – Town Hall, Friday April 8

Heather Small – Town Hall, Friday April 8: Fresh from being unmasked on The Masked Singer, the voice of M People clocked up a string of hit songs and sold more than ten million records worldwide in the early 90s. She launched her solo career in 1998, with her signature song Proud two years later earning her international success, so much so it became the official theme tune for the London 2012 Olympic bid. For ticket information click HERE

Goldfrapp – Symphony Hall, Wednesday April 13: Formed by Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory in 1999, the duo have released seven albums – most recently Silver Eye in 2017. Together they have scored a string of hits including Strict Machine, Ooh La La, Lovely Head and A&E. As a multi-platinum selling band have been nominated for the Mercury Prize, multiple Grammy Awards and won an Ivor Novello, as well as creating the soundtracks to the films My Summer of Love and Nowhere Boy. For ticket information click HERE

Goldfrapp – Symphony Hall, Wednesday April 13

Ronan Keating: All The Hits – Symphony Hall, Saturday June 18: After two years of re-scheduling and covid interruptions, Ronan Keating gets back to doing what he does best. For nearly three decades, he’s been the man behind the soundtrack to many people’s lives. Nothing at All, Life Is A Rollercoaster, No Matter What, If Tomorrow Never Comes, Love Me For A Reason, Baby Can I Hold You and Words, he sings songs that people had their first kiss to, they got down on one knee to, and had their first dance to. For ticket information click HERE

Fastlove: A Tribute to George Michael – Symphony Hall, Thursday September 8: Direct from London’s West End, this tribute to George Michael features his solo hits – including Father Figure, Freedom, and Faith – alongside his best-loved songs from Wham. Dust down your “Choose Life” T-shirt for an evening reliving the passion, talent the flare one of the greatest musicians of all time. For ticket information click HERE

Boyzlife – Town Hall, Saturday October 1: Formed by long time pals Keith Duffy and Brian McFadden – previously boyband heartthrobs in Boyzone and Westlife – this headline tour sees them perform new songs from their upcoming original material studio album Old School, as well as a host of classic hits from their bands’ back catalogue. For ticket information click HERE


Stand By For Action! – Symphony Hall, Saturday April 16

Toy Story In Concert – Symphony Hall, Sunday April 10: Presented live in concert for the first time, catch Disney and Pixar’s Toy Story as you’ve never seen it before. It will feature Randy Newman’s musical score performed by the Novello Orchestra and conducted by David Mahoney, as the film is shown on a giant screen. For ticket information click HERE

Stand By For Action! Gerry Anderson in Concert – Symphony Hall, Saturday April 16: Hosted by John Culshaw, celebrate the life and work of Gerry Anderson MBE. It is the first time this career-spanning collection of music has been performed live in concert, taking the audience on a 60 year journey through the iconic theme tunes to Thunderbirds, Space: 1999 and Captain Scarlet via Terrahawks and Space Precinct. The concert also features exclusive footage, newly restored colour and high-definition content. Dressing up and cosplaying is encouraged, obvs. For ticket information click HERE

Dirty Dancing In Concert –  Symphony Hall, Friday May 20

Dirty Dancing In Concert –  Symphony Hall, Friday May 20: The coming of age classic loved by generations; experience one of the most memorable movies in its first live film-to-concert experience. The digitally remastered hit will be bought to life by a live band and singers performing the film’s iconic songs. Directly following the showing, the performers will throw an encore party so you can join in with your favourite Dirty Dancing songs. We defy you not to be dancing by the end of it! For ticket information click HERE

The Music of Zimmer vs Williams – Symphony Hall, Saturday May 14: Two giants of cinematic movies come head to head! German score composer Hans Zimmer has composed music for more than 150 films, most famously Gladiator, Pirates of the Caribbean and The Dark Knight. His music will be performed alongside the iconic John Williams soundtracks, including ET, Star Wars and Indiana Jones. A must for movie and music fans. For ticket information click HERE

B:Music is a Birmingham-based charity with a mission to inspire a love of live music, through performance, participation and learning. As well as being responsible for Symphony Hall and Town Hall, the charity supports local artists, commissions and collaborates with up and coming musicians, and works across Birmingham and Europe. To find out more about B:Music and discover what’s on click HERE.