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Rated 3 out of 5 by AnnieKP from Bellowhead Farewell Tour I had been really looking forward to this event and it was good fun and spectacular. However, the sound was so loud that it was hard to make out much detail - it all sounded a bit like white noise. I'm not sure if this was made worse because of where we were sitting in the balcony and the positioning of the sound system. It would also have been nice to have had a bit more information about start times. The tickets simply stated a 7pm start where, in reality, this meant the time of doors opening. Bellowhead didn't come on stage until 9pm with the supporting band on at 8pm. We could have set out quite a bit later!
Date published: 2016-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Funky Dunc from Bellowhead at Birmingham symphony hall q We had front row seats for this concert and can honestly say it was amazing. I've seen Bellowhead twice now on the farewell tour and would definitely go again. DONT SPLIT UP GUYS!
Date published: 2016-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Southern Softie from For the last time. This was the 4th time of seeing Bellowhead and they did not disappoint. Feel so sad that they have decided to call it a day when there are so many people who already enjoy them so much and so many more who have yet to discover them. The 11 members are always busy on stage, with different groupings constantly bringing something new to the party. Their musicianship is outstanding with most members playing 2 or more instruments and John Boden's vocals are superb. At CarFest, where most people had not heard of them, they got an incredible reception from the crowd, second only to Take That. Please come back soon Bellowhead, we will miss you. I cannot complete this review without mention of the support act, Mawkin. An excellent start to the evening by a band I would certainly buy a ticket to go and see.
Date published: 2016-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chefwise66 from A Farewell To Remember. .Having seen the mighty Bellowhead on a number of occasions this farewell tour lacks for nothing. The show was fantastic and each and every member of the band gave their all at Birmingham's symphony Hall. It was a night to remember,pure joy mixed with a touch of sadness that this great band will be calling it a day after this tour ends.......Hers to the reunion lads and lasses and thanks for the great gigs!
Date published: 2016-04-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by JOHN SNOW from Goodbye Bellowhead My wife and I had seen Bellowhead a couple of times before Brighton, as it was her Birthday on the day of the concert I bought tickets early and surprised her with them. The venue, Brighton Dome, was excellent and the supporting band Mawkin were brilliant, we'd like to see them again. Bellowhead are magical as a live band and we are genuinely sad that they are going their separate ways.
Date published: 2016-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by Roddersjm from Great event - a fantastic farewell party Great experience with Bellowhead at their bouncing, musical best. Their musicality, ensue of fun, showmanship and versatility were all in abundant evidence. A great mix of well-known songs from the Bellowhead repertoire and folk/rock dance tunes, which had the whole auditorium on its feet. Great way to spend a Saturday night!
Date published: 2016-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brain from Going out with several bangs Bellowhead are undoubtedly one of the finest live bands of all time, and for once were almost outshone by the support group - the Young un's. Fabulous singing with and without instruments! Truly memorable. Then the big act, 11 strong and as excellent as ever. They ll be a big hole when they break up next year
Date published: 2015-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cricketmadcook from Bellowhead start their farewell tour As always, bellowhead were brilliant, they never fail to entertain. Chepstow castle was a perfect setting. A great evening, shame we won't be seeing this exceptional group after this winter. Good luck and much happiness for the future, your fans will really miss you
Date published: 2015-11-05