A Duran Duran tribute group perform on the 40th anniversary year of the original group shooting to fame.
Duran’s appearance is one of a number of new shows announced by The Booking Hall in Dover following the venue’s reopening this summer after lockdown.
The band will play at the hall, in Elizabeth Street, in August.
The original group were leading members of the New Romantic pop and fashion movement and put out their first single, Planet Earth in February 1981.
In the following years they were famous for hits such as Save A Prayer and The Reflex.
Faux Fighters UK play in September.
They are a tribute group to Foo Fighters, the American rock band formed in 1994 by former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl.
They are still together and have had a string of UK number one albums starting with One by One in 2002.
The Booking Hall, at the Old Harbour Station, announced last month that it would reopen in this summer after a year of closure due to the pandemic.
The last stage of lockdown is scheduled to end on June 21 provided the number of Covid-19 cases are in sufficient decline.
The Booking Hall’s first show after reopening is by Nineties Britpop group Space.
they appear on Friday, July 23, and ticket prices are £19.25.
Duran appear on Saturday, August 7, and tickets are £13.20.
Faux Fighters UK play on Saturday, September 4, and the cost is £13.20.
All shows are from 7pm and tickets can be bought via the website thebookinghall.com
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