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June 15, 2019

The iconic Goth-punks, led by Ian Astbury

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The Cult Return to the road!

Led by singer Ian Astbury and guitarist Billy Duffy, The Cult were one of the most distinctive bands of the 1980s. Blending the post-punk sound of counterparts like Echo and the Bunnymen with a heavier metal vibe, The Cult hit the big time in 1985 with 'She Sells Sanctuary' (whose video memorably featured Astbury dressed as a goth pirate). Later hit singles included 'Love Removal Machine' and 'Fire Woman'.

Astbury and co. are heading out on tour in 2019, with their extensive catalog, and bring to you their classics and fan favorites. With tracks ranging from 1984s Dreamtime to the last album release, 2016s Hidden City.

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Performance date: 15 June 2019

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