The lads and I are sorry sorry to announce the cancellation of tomorrow nights show at The London Palladium with the BBC Concert Orchestra, we heard the news at 17.00 gmt.
“Unfortunately, due to the ongoing public health concerns, for the safety of the performers, crew, and audience, we have taken the decision to cancel BBC Radio 2 at The London Palladium: Level 42 Orchestrated due to take place on Monday 16thMarch. We ask that ticket holders please contact their ticket provider and refunds will be arranged. We are extremely sorry about the late notice, but given the situation, obviously safety concerns are paramount.”
Sincere apologies to our friends that have already traveled, but these are the craziest times aren’t they?
Showcase Entertainment Group and Level 42 regret to announce the postponement of the following shows till March / April 2021.
May 14 Astor Theatre Perth
May 16 Palais Theatre Melbourne
May 18 Enmore Theatre Sydney
May 20 Civic Theatre, Auckland
This is due to postponement of their scheduled Asian tour which preceded the Australian and New Zealand dates due to travel restrictions caused by COVID-19.
Mark King and the band apologise for any inconvenience this has caused their fans and look forward to meeting everyone….FINALLY…. in 2021.
An announcement of new dates will be made within 48 hours but all seats are valid for the new dates. Any refund requests should be directed to the official ticket seller.
Level 42 will mark the 40th anniversary of the release of their first ever single ‘Love Meeting Love’ [which was recorded and released in 1980] in 2020 and will do so with all cylinders firing and sounding fresher than ever. AEG Presents is delighted to announce that the band will undertake the 24-date ‘From Eternity To Here’ UK tour in 2020. Tickets will be on sale from 10:00am on Friday 25 October 2019 via aegpresents.co.uk & http://www.level42.com
The ‘From Eternity To Here’ UK tour will see the band play the length and breadth of the country. After everything that they have achieved, they have no interest in slowing down. “No way!” says bassist and frontman Mark King; “Touring with the band this year has been about as much fun as I can remember having had on the road and, if you had asked me back in 1980 if I thought we would be selling out theatres around the world when I was sixty years old, I probably would have laughed! Hand on heart, this year has been amazing. Re-invention can be a wonderful thing!” Mark King is a musician who has truly created a sound and style all of his own and is in constant demand, both from the fans and from his peers – he’s just been announced as a special guest on Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins’ forthcoming record.
Level 42 is a band with nothing to prove, but all the desire to continue their run at the top. To date the band and Mark have released 14 studio albums, 7 live albums, the Sirens’ EP, and 6 compilation albums, had 18 top 40 singles, including the era-defining ‘Lessons in Love’, ‘Something About You’, ‘Leaving Me Now’, ‘Running in the Family’, and ‘Hot Water’, sold out Wembley Arena for a total of 21 nights and sold in excess of 30 million albums worldwide. In short, they have proven to be one of the most successful British bands ever and, with the recent re-issues of the band’s vast catalogue on Universal Music, and the ‘Collected’ series on CD and Vinyl, it is clear they continue to set the benchmark for British Jazz Funk. The ‘Eternity Tour DVD 2018’ is available at www.level42.com
The ‘From Eternity To Here’ UK tour in 2020 is a chance for the band’s fans to celebrate the fortieth anniversary and check in once again with a truly class act: Level 42 continue to set the standard. Don’t miss them.
Say hello to my new studio rig. It’s the new Little Mark Vintage Gold Line head, and it sounds amazing. Loads of punch, and bags of tone. I’m a very happy boy, and can’t wait to get it out on the road. Thank you Marco.