A Summer of Rock at Motherwell Concert Hall and Theatre
MacFloyd /// Friday 12 May /// £15 /// BOOK NOW
MacFloyd return to Motherwell Concert Hall with their new show for 2017.
The show will celebrate the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s “Animals” album. The band will perform this classic album in it’s entirety as well as favourites from “The Dark Side Of The Moon”, “Wish You Were Here”, “The Wall” and many more.
In a show lasting over two hours the fans will enjoy an impressive light and laser display alongside stunning visual effects.
Voodoo Room /// Saturday 20 May /// £14 /// BOOK NOW
Paying tribute to both Hendrix and Cream – Voodoo Room are a stunning high energy “Power Trio” featuring some of the UK’s finest musicians, whose credits include: Steve Winwood, Duran Duran, Ben E King, Fish, Thunder etc.
NO WIGS NO PANTOMIME – JUST GREAT MUSIC PLAYED BY GREAT MUSICIANS!
AC/DC UK /// Friday 2 June /// £16 /// BOOK NOW
ACϟDC UK has totally captured all the on-stage magic of ACϟDC. They look like them; they sound like them; and they generate the rock and roll atmosphere of ACϟDC live in concert –you will believe that Angus Young is on stage – it’s incredible!
“Back in Black”, “Dirty Deeds”, “Thunderstruck”, “Highway To Hell” – the list goes on and on. These great rock anthems are all there in an evening’s entertainment that you definitely won’t want to miss!
Led Zepplin Story /// Saturday 26 August /// £15 /// BOOK NOW
The Led Zeppelin Story first came on the scene in 2004, playing to appreciative audiences throughout the UK and Europe.
Audiences enjoyed both the full thunder of the electric set or the more laid back and intimate acoustic sets. Now Jack and Alex are embarking on an exciting unledded two piece electroacoustic journey. Where in true Page and Plant style nothing is off limits and now with the introduction of the string section and backing vocals they have taken this Zeppelin set to a new experience with high energy and contemporary string arrangements.
Hear all the classic electric and acoustic numbers blended in to a not quite unplugged experience.