Tribute band to play hits from Electric Light Orchestra

PUBLISHED: 20:00 20 August 2018

The ELO Experience.

The ELO Experience.

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The ELO Experience is celebrating the great music of Jeff Lynn and the Electric Light Orchestra at the Bristol Hippodrome next month.

Between 1972 and 1986 the Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) achieved more combined UK and US top-40 hits than any other band.

Mr Blue Sky, Evil Woman, Don’t Bring Me Down and the 10538 Overture became the soundtrack to people’s lives all over the world.

The band released a number of albums including A New World Record, Discovery and Out Of The Blue and their sell-out tours established 
them as one of the most important and influential bands ever.

The ELO Experience tour includes the greatest hits from ELO’s extensive back catalogue, spanning 45 years of great music.

Fans can catch the band at the Bristol Hippodrome, in St Augustines Parade, on September 2.

Tickets start at £23 and are available to buy online at www.atgtickets.com/bristol or on 08448 713012.

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