Following their sell out show at Armagh’s Market Place Theatre last year, Northern Ireland’s only 1950s/60s Rock ’n’ Roll band, The Soda Popz, make a welcome return on Saturday 6 April.
Paying tribute to some of the best-loved hits from that fabulous era, this seven-piece, fully costumed band, take you on a nostalgic trip back to the dance hall days with this action-packed, toe-tapping show that has been wowing audiences all over the country!
Featuring the songs of Johnny Cash, Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, Connie Francis and many more… prepare yourself for an uplifting night of timeless classics for all ages! So fellas, slick back your hair, ladies, put on your best red lippy and rock around the clock.
‘Classic Rock USA’ comes to the Market Place on 11 April, a heart-pumping, drum-beating, pulsating rock extravaganza featuring over twenty-five hits from Bryan Adams, Jon Bon Jovi and the ‘Boss’ himself, Bruce Springsteen.
You will be taken on an epic journey of all things rock, as the totally awesome cast and band bring down the house with the very best from these three great artists including, ‘Born To Run’, ‘Thunder Road’, ‘Everything I Do’, ‘Summer Of 69’, ‘Living On A Prayer’, ‘You Give Love A Bad Name’, ‘Bed Of Roses’, and many more. Get ready to rock out and party on!
Tickets are available from the Theatre Box Office on  3752 1821, or online at www.visitarmagh.com/marketplacetheatre.
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