Details

The band formed in 1985 and took their name from a Steely Dan song. After Our Town, their greatest hits album, went to No 1 in the chart in 1994 Deacon Blue called it a day and went out on a high. Now they are back..! Deacon Blue website.

Creatives/Company

Producer: DF Concerts
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Deacon Blue

Deacon Blue (Concert) production archive for QTIX code T01209368446. Details of all Deacon Blue archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S487462580

Archive Listings

28 Jun 14Dalby Forest
Pickering
North Yorkshire
16 Sep 13Royal Albert Hall
Inner London
Greater London
29 Jul 11M&S Bank Arena (formerly Liverpool Echo Arena)
Liverpool
Merseyside
24 Jun 11Grand Opera House
York
North Yorkshire
31 Jul 09M&S Bank Arena (formerly Liverpool Echo Arena)
Liverpool
Merseyside
7 Dec 08Royal Concert Hall
Glasgow
Glasgow
5 Dec 08O2 Academy Glasgow
Glasgow
Glasgow
3 Dec 08Utilita Arena (previously Metro Radio Arena)
Newcastle upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
4 Jul 08Perth Theatre
Perth
Perth and Kinross
24 Nov 07New Theatre
Oxford
Oxfordshire
14 Nov 07P&J Live
Aberdeen
Aberdeen

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