Under the Big Top presents LEVELLERS

9th May 2013

Levellers will be taking to the stage as part of new music event 'Under The Big Top' which takes places over Friday 12th July and Saturday 13th July.

Sell-out tours and 25 years in the 'business' are powerful proof of the power of the underground and the power of great live music. Renowned for their energetic live show, longevity has not diminished the Levellers' ability to put in a performance and get everyone in a room, or field, dancing. Brighton folk-rockers Levellers have long been and still are, one of the best live bands around. But, often overlooked is their impressive back catalogue of recorded music. The Levellers sold more platinum, gold, and silver albums in the 1990s than any other act! Under The Big Top combines great music, local ales (courtesy of Sheffield's Bradfield Brewery) and delicious local food! Tickets for the Levellers concert are £25.00 plus booking fees. Weekend tickets for Levellers and Richard Hawley concerts are £46.50 plus booking fees. Tickets are available from: www.underthebigtop.co.uk Or on: 0114 234 9979 Or in person from Rare & Racy, Devonshire Street, Sheffield

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