Bob Geldof Live on 26 September 2012 for £19 at Cheese and Grain (21% Off)
- Performances of songs from new album, How To Compose Popular Songs That Will Sell
- Includes hits from The Boomtown Rats
- Held at historic charity entertainment and events venue
- Entrance ticket for one person
- Doors open 8pm
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. No booking required. Present Groupon voucher for scanning at entrance. Doors open 8pm. Under 18s must be accompanied by a paying adult. Original values verified 11 May 2012 at 12.46pm.
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It is often said that music makes the world go round, which tends to annoy the sun. Give credit where credit is due with today’s Groupon: £19 for a ticket to see Bob Geldof live at Cheese and Grain.
About The Event
Feeding musical appetites, and the world, since the early 80s, Bob Geldof is singer, activist, and icon all wrapped in one. On Wednesday 26 September for one night only, the man will take to the stage to both entertain and give positive direction to moral compasses. Over the course of the evening, Geldof will be recalling his early Boomtown Rats catalogue for the aural pleasure of fans, along with recently penned tracks from his newly released album, How To Compose Popular Songs That Will Sell.
Upholding Frome’s history as a market town, this hall, which dates back to 1871, invites cheesy fairs, fêtes, and fun through an array of events. Before doors open at 8pm, customers can relinquish any anticipatory excitement with a visit to the on-site bar and cafe, where ales such as Mermaid and Amarillo and Funky Monkey are stocked, along with a selection of home-made nibbles.
Show time: Wednesday 26 September 2012 only
Doors open: 8pm
Nearest railway: Frome
Road: Located off B3090
Ticket redemption: Present Groupon voucher for scanning at entrance
Bob Geldof has received much acclaim for his live performances from audiences, as well as publications such as The Telegraph.
Well worth seeing, talented performer who sang with meaning and still has a passion for delivering a 5 star concert. So good to see a singer enjoying himself on stage, would see him again and enjoyed new and old …
– chipman, Ticketmaster, Nov 2011
His legacy is beyond music, but Geldof is making fine records and is on stupendous live form. Twenty six years after Live Aid, some songwriting kudos is the least he deserves: he shouldn't give up the day job.
– The Telegraph, Sep 2011