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Anyone been to see Alexandra Burke and can tell me what time the concert is likely to finish

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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
I'm taking DD to see Alexandra Burke in Nottingham on Monday night. The tickets say provisional show time of 7.30pm. Does anybody have any idea what time it is likely to finish ?

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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Is there a warm up act? Concerts "usually" finish between half ten and eleven with a warm up :)
#2
Doesn't say anything about any support act, but I guess there might still be one.
#3
Son saw her in Rhyl the other week and was out at 10.15pm give or take a minute or two :D He's also seeing her at Liverpool, Blackpool, Manchester ...... !! The support act is pretty good too according to him, though I can't remember who at mo lol 8)
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vraptorchick
Son saw her in Rhyl the other week and was out at 10.15pm give or take a minute or two :D He's also seeing her at Liverpool, Blackpool, Manchester ...... !! The support act is pretty good too according to him, though I can't remember who at mo lol 8)

Thats brilliant, thanks for that info. :D
#5
I want to say one thing, I now have Bay Boys in my Head...I hate that SONG!!!
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vraptorchick
Son saw her in Rhyl the other week and was out at 10.15pm give or take a minute or two :D He's also seeing her at Liverpool, Blackpool, Manchester ...... !! The support act is pretty good too according to him, though I can't remember who at mo lol 8)


I think as a more subtle statement perhaps next time your son could assemble a leather bound 'Wham' tribute band with Louis Spence and Graham Norton.

Oh... or was that the support act?

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