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UB40, Jools Holland, Status Quo to play motor show Get Tickets

Squeeze and Deep Purple also set for British International Motor Show

UB40 have confirmed lead singer Ali Campbell is leaving the group after almost 30 years and 70 million record sales. Campbell, who sang on chart-toppers including ‘Red, Red Wine’, is said to be leaving to concentrate on solo projects. Pic: PA Photos
UB40, Jools Holland and Status Quo are among musical acts confirmed to perform at the forthcoming British International Motor Show in July at London’s ExCel venue.

UB40 will perform on July 23, with Jools Holland featuring Marc Almond performing on July 24. Other acts set to appear include Status Quo (July 25), Squeeze (July 26) and Deep Purple (July 30).

To check the availability of British International Motor Show tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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