Crowded House have announced they will be following-up last December’s sold-out UK arena dates with a one-off concert at Westonbirt Arboretum, as part of the Forestry Commission’s annual Forest Tour, in June 2008.
Reformed last year the band, fronted by New Zealander Neil Finn, saw the release of their new album Time On Earth enter the UK charts at number three, before performing more than 70 live shows in 12 countries as part of their Live on Earth world tour. And now Gloucestershire’s Crowded House fans can get to see them live on the doorstep at the outdoor performance.
Expect to hear singles from Crowded House’s latest album including – ‘Don’t Stop Now’, ‘She Called Up’ and ‘Pour Le Monde’ – at the Westonbirt Arboretum concert in June, as well as plenty of sing-along pop tunes from their 90s heyday including classics like ‘Don’t Dream It’s Over’, ‘Fall At Your Feet’, ‘Four Seasons In One Day’, ‘It’s Only Natural’, ‘Locked Out’, ‘Instinct’ and ‘Weather With You’.
Event: Crowded House concert
Venue: Westonbirt Arboretum
Date: Saturday 21 June 2008
Times: Gates open at 6pm with the concert starting at 7.30pm.
Tickets: Cost £30 from ticketmaster.co.uk. This event is now sold out.
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