Ocean Colour Scene

Ocean Colour Scene Tickets

OCEAN COLOUR SCENE is rated 3.5234375 out of 5 by 128.
  • 2016-08-28T07:20CST
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What people are saying about Ocean Colour Scene

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Brilliant gig , and venue What a night at the garage London for ocs , sound was great band was at tight as ever and Steve cradocks was on fire as always
Date published: 2016-01-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Superb trip back to the 1990s 5 of us went to this, mainly due to The Bluetones and Shed Seven being in the line-up, but we also like OCS. It was an excellent day/evening musically, with Shed Seven absolutely and completely stealing the show playing almost everything we would want to hear (given the constraints of an hour). However, the bar situation seemed woefully inadequate, the later it got, the longer it took to get served, heard comments from people that they had literally been queuing for an hour or more. This is unacceptable, and surely better provision should have been in place for a concert of this nature. This has made me take a star off the event.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cracking gig Ocean colour scene at Millenium Square was brilliant, the line up started with the Sherlocks, followed by a the Bluetones and Then Ocean Colour Scene. They all played the greats and to be honest, the highlight of the night for me was Shed Seven - they always give a great live show. They covered I predict a riot and had Ricky Wilson on singing it with them - that was a good moment The only down point of the gig was the 2 hour wait to get a drink at the bar, they obviously hadn't planned that everyone would be looking for a drink in a hot sunny day!!
Date published: 2016-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My favourite Gig of the year so far What a gig, brilliant venue, bands amazing, crowd brilliant just out to enjoy weather and good tunes. I was there to see the bluetones, who where amazing. Met Mark Morriss which pleased the wife. Ocean Colour Scene where outstanding, starting off with day tripper, which sent the sun, drink infused crowd crazy. OCS then launched into the complete Moseley Shoals album with other gems thrown in, so low, profit in peace, finishing with A hundred mile city., brilliant weekend, a weekend with lasting happy memories.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The bands were great - from what I heard.... I have been going to gigs for over 15yrs now. Due to the appalling organisation of the event by Futuresounds Leeds, we missed 2 out of the 4 bands because we queued for 2hrs for drinks. It was just my husband and I and we had to stand in separate queues at opposite ends of the venue. We later found out that they didn't place limits on purchasing amounts which is a rookie mistake as it promotes responsible drinking whilst keeping free movement of those who would like a beverage. It was an embarrassment to Leeds. OCS were outstanding when I finally got to see them! Just a shame the entire day had been ruined by then.
Date published: 2016-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ocean Colour Scene, millennium square, Leeds. I brought tickets to this event for my boyfriend's birthday. Although I was not a massive fan of the group he was and had a really good time. There was 4 of us that went and a great time had by all. The venue was small which made it a great experiance and although sometimes sound can get lost at open air gigs, there was no problems here. I would have liked to receive my tickets a little earlier than 2 weeks before the gig as I am quite organised and like to know in advance that all was ok. Certain drinks had also sold out at this venue as it was the last day of the gig and the queue for toilets was rediculious.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOT ENOUGH BARS OR TOILETS NOT ENOUGH BARS OR TOILETS! ORGANISERS ARE KEEN TO TAKE YOUR MONEY BUT ONCE YOU ENTER THE VENUE YOUR ARE HELD TO RANSOM BECAUSE YOU CANT LEAVE! TO HAVE TO QUEUE FOR 45-60 MINS FOR A DRINK IS COMPLETELY UNACCEPTABLE!! SPOILT THE WHOLE EVENT FOR ME! A COUPLE OF IMPROVEMENT IDEAS ARE TO LET PEOPLE IN AND OUT OF VENUE WITH A WRISTBAND, SO YOU CAN POP TO NEARBY PUBS FOR A DRINK AND TOILET BREAK, ALSO HAVE AROUND 20 PEOPLE WALKING AROUND THE CROWD WITH THOSE BACKPACKS OF LAGER OR CIDER ON, LIKE YOU GET AT FESTIVALS AND OTHER BIG EVENTS. BOTH THESE IMPROVEMENT IDEAS WILL HELP EASE THE PRESSURE ON THE BARS & TOILETS.
Date published: 2016-07-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolute Shambles 1-2 hours queue for drinks, including soft drinks!! One of our party is pregnant and to have to queue for nearly 2 hours for a bottle of water and nearly as long for the toilets is a disgrace. We asked if we could leave to get a drink and come back and were told that this wasn't allowed, but after having hundreds of complaints they decided to let us out and said we could get back in. We returned a while later after grabbing a coffee nearby to be told the curfew had past and we would not be allowed in, so having paid to watch OCS, we actually never saw them thanks to this absolute joke of disorganised chaos!!
Date published: 2016-07-24
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