Absolute Blondie

Robin 2, Wolverhampton.

Absolute Blondie

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No under 14s in the standing area, 14 - 17s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.

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+ support The Britannia Beat

Looking forward to a fantastic night at THE ROBIN 2 in Bilston with the Ultimate tribute to Blondie and Debbie Harry - ABSOLUTE BLONDIE! This hit packed show features all the Blondie songs you know and love plus the trademark Debbie Harry costumes. With both the MUSIC and THE LOOK the band make their tribute as authentic as possible.

The group line-up features glamorous female singer DEBBIE HUNTER who sports a sexy pout and encapsulates the style of Blondie’s Debbie Harry to stunning effect.

So come and relive those classic Blondie hits with ABSOLUTE BLONDIE, they will soon have you bopping along to classic Blondie anthems like ONE WAY OR ANOTHER, HEART OF GLASS, SUNDAY GIRL, MARIA, ATOMIC, CALL ME, and THE TIDE IS HIGH plus Debbie Harry’s Solo Hits Like FRENCH KISSIN’ IN THE USA, I WANT THAT MAN and many more!

“If like me you’re a fan of Blondie then you’re in for a treat with these guys. The band was great and what an array of outfits!” – Simon Webb


THE BRITANNIA BEAT are a 4 piece Midlands based band from Wolverhampton, formed in August 2014 playing Mod/Britpop/Indie and Punk covers all by British Bands. Since playing live in early 2015 The Britannia Beat’s name and reputation has gone from strength to strength playing local venues, festivals and scooter rallies.

Expect a few favourites by The Who, Paul Weller, The Undertones, Sex Pistols, The Stone Roses, Oasis and Blur and many more.

The Britannia Beat – A Tribute to The Brits