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A Free Concert for the NHS & Frontline Staff
This show was rescheduled from 9th Decemebr 2020.
Tickets will be limited to two per person (eligible staff and one guest). Ticket applications must only be made by eligible frontline staff, who must bring their valid staff ID card (original format, no photocopies) to the show as ticket checks will be in operation.
All mobile tickets will carry the name of the person who made the booking, and this must match the name that is on the original ID card or admission will be refused. The guest of the eligible staff member will need to present and enter the venue at the same time. Those eligible for tickets will be all NHS frontline staff that work within NHS hospitals in Scotland including, but not limited to, doctors, nurses, support workers, porters and cleaners.
Any staff that work within the hospital will be eligible to apply for tickets. Only genuine mobile tickets will be accepted for entry. Print outs and/or screenshots of mobile tickets will not be accepted.
Formed in Glasgow in 1983, during their distinguished career Del Amitri released four Top 10 albums and a string of memorable hit singles. Their million-selling breakthrough album ‘Waking Hours’ (1989) included the hits ‘Nothing Ever Happens’ and ‘Kiss This Thing Goodbye’. The follow-up, 1992’s ‘Change Everything’, featured the massive radio single ‘Always The Last To Know’ and reached No.2 in the albums chart, only being held off the top slot by the might of ‘The Bodyguard’ soundtrack. 1995’s ‘Twisted’ charted at No.3 and included their biggest ever single ‘Roll To Me’, which reached No.10 on the Billboard Hot 100. After promoting their fourth album, 2002’s ‘Can You Do Me Good?’, Del Amitri went on an indefinite hiatus until 2014, when they reunited for The A to Z of Us Tour. In 2018 they tour with original band members Justin Currie, Iain Harvie, Andy Alston, Kris Dollimore and Ash Soan.
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