Culture Club and Boy George announce UK tour

The '80s icons are hitting the road

Culture Club and Boy George have announced a new UK tour.

The ’80s band have only performed a handful of gigs in the UK in the last couple of years, including a short summer trip around three of the country’s racecourses in 2017.

Now, they have announced a raft of arena shows for November, kicking off in Nottingham. They will visit 10 more cities on the run. Tickets are available now and can be purchased here.


Culture Club and Boy George will play:

Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (November 9)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (10)

Bournemouth, International Centre (11)
Brighton, Centre (13)
London, SSE Arena Wembley (14)
Birmingham, Arena (16)
Newcastle, Metro Arena (17)
Manchester, Arena (18)
Hull, Venue (20)
Glasgow, SSE Hydro (22)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (23)

Last year, Boy George opened up about the death threats he received during the height of the band’s success in the ’80s. Appearing on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, the 55-year-old singer revealed he received threatening letters during his career in the 80s – to the point that he wore a bulletproof vest in fear for his life.

“It was Halloween, and people called up and said they were gonna shoot me,” he explained. “I was thinking, ‘I can’t cancel the gig so I’d better wear a bulletproof vest’.”


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