Example, Ocean Colour Scene and Tony Christie coming to Hatfield

PUBLISHED: 21:28 28 September 2011 | UPDATED: 09:05 29 September 2011

Ocean Colour Scene will be appearing live at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield as part of their Moseley Shoals Tour [Picture: Joe Dilworth]

Ocean Colour Scene will be appearing live at the Forum Hertfordshire in Hatfield as part of their Moseley Shoals Tour [Picture: Joe Dilworth]

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EXAMPLE, Ed Sheeran, Tony Christie, Chase & Status, Gary Numan, Magazine and Ocean Colour Scene – just some of the bands and artists coming to Hatfield over the coming months

Young, and the slightly older, are both catered for at the Hertfordshire Forum between now and Christmas, with a host of big names due to appear at the College Lane venue.

British R&B and grime star Loick Essien, who recently had a number two hit with How We Roll, will make an appearance at tonight’s (Wednesday’s) Bonk night, along with Random Impulse.

Future Bonk nights will feature Gym Class Heroes and Travie McCoy on Wednesday, October 5 and rap duo Rizzle Kicks live a week later.

It’s comedy night tomorrow (Thursday, September 29), featuring Gráinne Maguire.

The Noisettes return to the University of Hertfordshire the following evening for a live performance at the Flirt! Freshers’ Ball.

Saturday, October 1 sees the launch of new dance club night Blink, featuring DJ Dave Pearce and both Baby D and SL2 live, at the University of Hertfordshire.

Ed Sheeran’s appearance on Saturday, October 8 has sold out, as has Chase & Status’ live show on Wednesday, November 23.

(Is This The Way To) Amarillo star Tony Christie will be performing in Hatfield on Sunday, October 23 and two days later chart-topping rapper Example’s show will be broadcast live on BBC Radio 1.

Magazine will make an appearance at the Forum on Thursday, November 3.

Ocean Colour Scene will be performing classic album Moseley Shoals in its entirety on Saturday, November 26 and then influential electro-pop pioneer Gary Numan will be dropping by Hatfield on Sunday, December 11.


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