Two Tickets to See Britney Spears Live On Her Femme Fatale Tour for £60 at The LG Arena (50% Off)
- Femme Fatale World Tour
- Performance of 21 of her smash hits including 2 surprise songs
- Choice of standing or seating tickets at The LG Arena
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Redeem voucher for ticket at venue on day of concert. Original value based on inclusion of Ticketmaster service charges of £12 (£6 per ticket). Must be 14 or over for standing tickets. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Doors open 6.30pm, show starts 8pm. Valid at: The LG Arena, National Exhbition Centre, B40 1NT, Birmingham.
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Reaching for the stars is an ill-advised endeavour due to their distance from the ground, their tendency to explode, and their notoriously hefty security systems. Get more than plasma screen views with today's Groupon: £60 for two tickets to see Britney Spears live in concert on her Femme Fatale Tour. Choose from the following options:• £60 for two seated tickets to see Britney Spears live at The LG Arena on 30 October 2011 (50% off)
• £60 for two standing tickets to see Britney Spears live at The LG Arena on 30 October 2011 (50% off)
Hitting the United Kingdom one more time, Britney Spears takes to a number of prestigious venues on a tour dubbed 'her flashiest, fastest moving, and most entertaining production yet' by Rolling Stone. Ideal for men, women and those who are not a girl but not yet a woman alike, the Femme Fatale Tour takes ears on a musical odyssey of Britney's newest and most famed hits through the years. Stronger than yesterday, the superstar showcases her lyrical prowess to a lucky barrage of fans across the country. The Grammy award winning artist earned iconic status after selling 70 million albums globally and is set use her toxic charm to drive audiences crazy with happiness once again.
Britney fans will enjoy the melodic musings that were born to make them happy with a ticket to see Britney Spears. Swarming to some of the UK's most renowned and gargantuan arenas like a flock of inquisitive, basketball wielding school kids, guests are set to perform warbles of glee while shouting "gimme more!"
National Exhibition Centre
She managed to prove that she's still progressing as a showgirl. Not only that, she's doing it better than even diehard defenders would’ve predicted.
– Barry Walters, Rolling Stone, Jun 2011
...the greatest moment of all comes just shy of the kimono-and-parasol-peppered, Japanese-flavored “Toxic” performance, as the venomous vixen pays an unexpected visit to her stalker’s chateau and gives him a taste of his own medicine.
– Bradley Stern, MuuMuse, Aug 2011