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14 December @ 19:00 - 21:00

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Pioneering post/punk band – CHAMELEONS – will be embarking on one of their biggest UK tours in decades this Winter.

Formed in Greater Manchester in 1981 by singer and bassist Mark Burgess, Chameleons have remained one of the city’s most revered bands among musos ever since their inception. With notable fans including the likes of Noel Gallgher to Interpol, The Charlatans to Moby, their music has been passed down through the generations like an elixir of eternal inspiration. And here in 2024, a growing fandom of their immense canon sees Chameleons finding immortality as something of a cult phenomenon.

With their dedicated advocates finding awe in the “sonic cathedrals” in which they have constructed over the past four decades, Chameleons have released four iconic studio albums (‘Script of the Bridge’ (1983), ‘What Does Anything Mean? Basically’(1985), ‘Strange Times’(1986) and latterly ‘Why Call It Anything’ (2001)), plus many Peel sessions, live records, compilations and an EP (‘Tony Fletcher Walked on Water…. La La La La La-La La-La-La’ (1990)). Shimmering, shadowy, and shrouded in deepest mysteries, their distinctive and towering post-punk songs sound as vital today as the moment they were built.

Acknowledging their supporters with an annual homecoming every December for the last nine years, a typically breathtaking pre-Christmas celebration of their music entitled ‘Home Is Where The Heart Is’, demand for the Chameleons on the live stage has surged to all time high. And with word spreading across the UK, in 2024, the band are set to embark on their biggest UK tour in decades.

Book Chameleons at Albert Hall



14 December
19:00 - 21:00
From £35
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Albert Hall
27 Peter Street
Manchester, M2 5QR United Kingdom
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