Marillion will perform at the Royal Albert Hall for the first time on October 13th 2017. After nearly 40 years in the game the UK prog rockers seem to be on an upward curve at the moment due to the success of their recent 'F.EA.R' album and a headline slot at the 2015 Ramblin' Man Festival shows that still have a huge following. Tickets go on sale at 12 noon on December 5th 2016. More details about Marillion and the show follow:
Marillion have confirmed they will play a special show at the Royal Albert Hall on Friday 13th October 2017.
Tickets go on sale at midday on Monday 5th December.
The legendary five-piece, whose illustrious back catalogue spans almost 40 years, released their 18th studio album ‘F E A R’ in September 2016 – the record entered at No.4 in the official UK charts and saw their highest chart position since ‘Clutching At Straws’ nearly three decades earlier.
Unquestionably one of the biggest influences on the landscape of the UK music scene, the band has evolved into a vibrant and international musical force with a global base of faithful followers. To those who already love Marillion they are something special – and to the uninitiated a potential love affair waiting to happen.
As the title of their 2015 behind-the-scenes film documentary, ‘Unconventional’ suggests, Marillion have regularly broken from tradition and pioneered new ideas including crowd-funding (which they invented!) and have used since the late 1990s, raising well over £1,000,000. In 2001, fans were asked to pre-order ‘Anoraknophobia’ a full 12 months before its release and their latest album F E A R, was produced in partnership with crowdfunding website, PledgeMusic. The band also have their own record label and launched the very first rock ‘n’ roll website in the UK.
Having written music that draws on almost every musical genre, Marillion can be considered progressive not just musically but in just about every sense…and they show no signs of slowing down.