Celebrate the golden age of music with Hospiscare…
Three popular tribute acts, showcasing the incredible musical catalogues of legendary performers - Queen, Abba & Elton John - are performing live at the University of Exeter’s impressive venue, The Great Hall, this February. It's going to be legendary!
Date: 07 February 2020
Time: Doors open at 7pm
Venue: Great Hall, Stocker Rd, Exeter EX4 4PY
Ticket Price: Early bird (first 100 tickets sold. Offer expires 22/12/2019) - £25, Advanced tickets - £30. We do have some seated tickets available, but please note - those who purchase seated tickets will not have access to the dance floor.
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Age limit: 16+
Wheel chair access: The venue is wheelchair accessible and there will be allocated wheelchair spaces on the ground floor. Wheelchair spaces are limited, so if you require a wheelchair space, please email firstname.lastname@example.org at the time of your booking and let us know.
Refunds: Please note that once your ticket has been posted to you, we will be unable to offer any refunds. If you can't make it, why not gift your ticket to a friend or family member?
This is Queen is an authentic and rocking Queen tribute band playing festivals, functions and shows since 2011. The Queen experience is recreated with authentic costumes, equipment and 3-part harmonies, bringing everything from the squeal of Brian’s guitar solos to Freddie’s signature exchanges with the crowd.
Abba's Angels, one of the UK's premier Abba Tribute Bands have been established since 2000. Featuring some incredibly talented singers and musicians they offer one of the most captivating and authentic tributes to one of the greatest bands of all time.
The Elton John Experience featuring Award Winning Elite Elton, having appeared on TV and Radio across the world in places such as U.S.A, Australia, Europe and The Middle East. With an exciting selection of Elton John timeless classics including Rocket Man, Crocodile Rock and Your Song this performance is not one to be missed.