Worldwide superstar and Grammy-award winning Dancehall & Reggae legend, Sean Paul, is coming to Birmingham on the 8th November to perform in his very first arena concert in the city.
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One Music Management are proud to present the Jamaican favourite at Arena Birmingham (formerly The Barclaycard Arena) on Wednesday 8 November 2017. It promises to be an electric show, partnered by Global’s 102.2 Capital FM and supporting Global’s Make Some Noise charity with a donation from every ticket going to the national grant-giving charity that helps change young lives.
Sean Paul is the hugely successful and globally recognized dancehall artist who continues to influence and collaborate with artists from virtually all genres of music creating hit after hit such as Sia’s “Cheap Thrills”; Clean Bandit’s smash “Rockabye”; and more recently with “No Lie (ft. Dua Lipa)” and “Tek Weh Yuh Heart (ft, Tory Lanez)” all of which have been massive risers on charts in a number of countries.
His discography is extensive and since the release of his “Dutty Rock” album in 2002 featuring 2 U.S. number one singles, "Get Busy" and Beyoncé's "Baby Boy" together with singles "Like Glue" and "I'm Still in Love with You", Sean Paul has remained firmly in the public eye, playing at festivals all over the world entertaining people of all ages with music across Dancehall, Reggae, RnB, HipHop, Dance and POP genres.
This will be an amazing opportunity for people in the Midlands to come and see the legend performing all the greatest hits and also support the ‘make some noise’ charity.
Tickets are on general sale 9am 15 September 2017
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