St David's Hall is currently closed
St David's Hall is closed to the public until further notice as we are adhering to the advice provided by the UK Government The safety of our patrons, staff and artists are of utmost importance. Please keep checking the website for the latest updates.
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Wednesday 20 October 2021, 7.00pm Doors open at 7pm
**SHOW RE-SCHEDULED | NEW DATE 20.10.21**
We would like to inform you that Billy Ocean concert on Thursday 24 September 2020 has been postponed to Wednesday 20 October 2021, due to the ongoing situation with the Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.
The tickets you currently hold will be valid for the new date. We hope you will be able to make the new date.
Artist Statement 'I’m sorry that we’ve had to postpone the tour, but we are all aware of the circumstances, and the danger of people gathering. I look forward to partying with you all in 2021.
One World, One Love, Billy' _____________________
Following his sold-out tour earlier this year British Soul icon Billy Ocean has announced a huge UK headline tour for Autumn 2020. Billy will be performing the best of his greatest hits and songs from his upcoming new studio album ‘One World’ which is due for release.
Billy Ocean is the biggest selling black recording star Britain has ever produced and has sold over 30 million records in his lifetime to date. Having achieved extraordinary success as both an artist and a songwriter, Billy has collected multiple Gold and Platinum records across the world and hit the number one spot worldwide in the pop charts including the USA, Australia, Germany, Holland, and the UK.
2016 saw the ‘Here You Are: The Best Of Billy Ocean’album released in the UK, gaining a Top 10 chart position at Number 4 this was Billy’shighest charting album since 1989. This year Billy celebrated the 35th year anniversary of his ground-breaking album, 'Suddenly'. Originally released in 1984 the record spawned the monster hits 'Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run)', 'Mystery Lady' and 'Loverboy'. Gearing up for the highly anticipated release of his new album, 2020 is set to be another big year for Billy.