Ska-pop legends Madness are set to visit Plymouth Pavilions this winter as part of their Charge Of The Mad Brigade UK tour.
The arena tour – Madness‘s biggest to-date – will see the Nutty Boys play all the hits and fan favourites, as well as new tracks from their forthcoming album, tentatively titled Sufficient Attribution.
The new record follows the huge critical and public success of 2009’s Liberty of Norton Folgate, which reached number five in the UK album chart.
The tour will start in spectacular style at the Madness House Of Fun Weekender – now becoming a staple part of the winter music scene.
They will play two live sets at the festival – the full bill is yet to be announced but will include genres from ska to reggae to electronica.
As well as a brilliant musical line up, The House Of Fun Weekender will host an eclectic mix of ‘Nutty’ entertainment – Rockeoke, comedy, darts, musical bingo, silent disco and games and frivolity from the Squeaky Hill crew.
The arena tour will arrive in the band’s hometown of London with the closing night at the O2.
Madness hit Plymouth Pavilions on December 4, 2012. Tickets go on sale at 9am on May 25, 2012.