The British legends of course already turned another palatial residence into a “House of Fun” last year.
Speaking about the 2013 show at Alexandra Palace, the band said: “”Buckingham Palace didn’t have a slot for us this year so we googled palaces and would you believe it there’s one right round the corner from where we live. We cant play on the roof but we can certainly reign supreme at Ally Pally“.
The people’s palace is set to welcome the nutty boys, Madness, on 28th September with tickets on sale this Friday find out more here
Coinciding with the ticket launch, the band’s link with Ally Pally goes one more step beyond, with a rather special BBC connection. Whilst fans can look forward to them playing an amazing gig here at the original home of the BBC in North London, they can get an early taste of the Madness to come on Friday March 22nd when the band play a special live set to officially close the BBC Television Center.
An hour long set in front of the London BBC TV Centre, with be broadcast live on BBC 4. On performing the band said, ‘We’ve played at some exciting places in London lately but closing BBC TV Centre, a sad day, the end of an era, but what a celebration”
If you can’t watch that, make sure you watch this! Their great Palace performance here this September.
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