The dream of Italian fans of the MADNESSthe most important ska-band in the history of music, comes true: the English line-up is not only back on tour, but on 8 May 2010 will come for a single date, destined to go down in history, at the Palasharp in Milan.
Before their European tour in 2010, Madness will hold a series of concerts in England, fifteen to be exact, including one on 18 December 2009 at London's O2 Arena. On the occasion of the release of the new unreleased album "The Liberty of Norton Folgate on 22 May and now the hit collection 'Total Madness'During 2009, the band has already played three exclusive concerts that have thrilled the British public and critics alike. They have done this in their own style, impressing their fans with extraordinary performances, such as the secret show at Norton Folgate, the live show on the double-decker bus that left from Camden and blocked the traffic on Parkway, and the legendary performance on 27 September in Regent Street, London's shopping street, which for the first time ever hosted a rock concert. Added to these was the memorable performance at the Glastonbury Festival last summer.
Their only date in Italy promises to be one of the highlights of the coming music season. After the release of "The Liberty..." There were many who hoped for their return also on European stages: the dream became reality and on 8 May 2010 at the Palasharp in Milan, who would not want to be there to let themselves go to the call of the words 'One step Beyond'?
The MADNESSes are: Graham 'Suggs' McPherson (voice), Mike 'Monsieur Barso' Barson (keyboards), Lee 'Kix' Thompson (saxophones), Mark 'Bedders' Bedford (bass), Daniel Woodgate (drums and percussion), Carl 'Chas Smash' Smyth (voice), Chris 'Chrissie Boy' Foreman (guitar).
MADNESS + Special Guest: SATURDAY 8 MAY 2010 - MILAN - PALASHARP
Single seat: 36 €+ prev - Numbered East Stand: € 52 + prev. Doors open at 18:30 / Concert starts at 20:00
Tickets on sale from 10 a.m. on Wednesday 7 October 2009 on the TicketOne circuit and later in the usual sales outlets.