80’s Live

@ O2 City Hall Newcastle

Book Now

11 September 2021

You may have heard of throwback Thursday, now it’s time for the ultimate throwback decade -80s Live!
Join us as we travel back in time to one of the most iconic eras of music for an exciting night out – put your hands together and get into the groove as our live band ‘Electric Dreams’ perform over two dozen chart topping anthems from artists including Duran Duran, Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Culture Club, Kim Wilde, Rick Astley, The Human League, A-Ha, Tears for Fears, Wham and more!

Whether you were born in the 80s, were lucky enough to hear these sounds from your very own cassette player or you’ve had a Stranger Things glimpse of 80s life, once you’ve seen 80s Live, you’ll want to relive it again and again.

Blending pop and soft rock, the show includes hits such as Living on a Prayer, The Final Countdown, Don’t You Want Me Baby, Relax, Never Gonna Give You Up, It’s Raining Men, Rio, Tainted Love and so much more.

Move aside Doc, we don’t need The DeLorean to create our time machine. This is 80s Live!

So you know, this show has been rescheduled from Saturday 3 October 2020. If you’ve already got tickets, they’ll still be valid, so hang on to them; your ticket agent will be in touch to tell you more.

Venue
O2 City Hall Newcastle
Northumberland Rd
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8SF

Book Now

FollowUs

Events Finder
Calendar

Search

Join the club and receive special offers for events and much more
  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

WhatsOn Blog

View All

PREVIEW: Durham Book Festival

Founded in 1990, Durham Book Festival is one of the country’s oldest literary festivals, which traditionally takes place every October in some of Durham’s most impressive historic venues, but this year it will be taking place online due to COVID-19.

Read More

PREVIEW: The Life Centre are over the Moon to safely welcome visitors back to Space Zone!

All the stars of Space Zone are back, including Mission Control; a mock-up of the International Space Station that you can walk around inside; and the digital globe, The Sphere. Younger visitors can also enjoy the show Naughty Monsters Explore the Planets in the North's biggest planetarium (with socially distanced seating, of course).

Read More