Cliff Richard And The Shadows Reform For Final Tour

The Sir and his bandmates will hit the UK in autumn 2009

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Sir Cliff Richard and The Shadows have announced they are to reform for a final tour.

The legends will play 11 shows around arenas in the UK this autumn.

Richard, Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch and Brian Bennett originally split in 1968, after a string of influential hits, including “Move It”, often referred to as one of the first British rock’n’roll songs.

Cliff And The Shadows will play:

London O2 Arena (September 25-26)
Nottingham Trent FM Arena (30)
Birmingham NIA (October 3-4)
Cardiff CIA (6)
Liverpool Echo Arena (7)
Glasgow SECC (9)
Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (12)
Sheffield Arena (14)
Manchester Evening News Arena (17)


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