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The Scottish-formed band behind the hit "Chasing Cars" has enjoyed phenomenal success from humble university beginnings. Now it's time for the five-piece to head back to the USA with their famed Acoustic Tour! Hear your favorite hits, ("Just Say Yes", "Chasing Cars" to name a couple!) like never before in this exclusive North American run.
Their 2005 album Eyes Open, is home of one of the most emotionally potent tunes of the 21st century, "Chasing Cars". With over 100,000 radio plays in the UK, two million downloads in the US, and the accolade of "Best Song of All Time" from the listeners of Virgin Radio, "Chasing Cars" also had the rare distinction of closing the BBC's long-running TV chart show Top Of The Pops in July 2006. The effect was phenomenal, leading to Eyes Open selling 4.7m copies worldwide.
Performance date: 21 March 2022
You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.
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