Echo and the Bunnymen front man, Ian McCulloch, returns to the region in March for two shows.
Formed in Liverpool in 1978, Echo & the Bunnymen became one of the UK’s most popular indie rock bands along with the likes of The Smiths and New Order.
They released some of the finest albums of the 1980s, including Porcupine, Heaven Up Here and the iconic Ocean Rain. A rebirth in the 1990s saw the band return with the album, Evergreen.
As part of a low-key tour, McCulloch will headline The Stables in Wavendon and the Corn Exchange in Bedford in semi acoustic shows which will feature stripped-down versions of classic Bunnymen tracks, as well as songs from his own solo catalogue, such as Candleland and Ghost Stories.
McCulloch plays The Stables in Wavendon on Friday, March 6.
Doors open at 8pm and tickets cost £19.50 before fees.
He returns to the region on Friday, March 20 for a headline set at the Corn Exchange in Bedford.
Door open at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £18.50 in advance.