INDIE legend Morrissey will be bringing a rich legacy of classic hits to Lincolnshire this month.
The former frontman of indie icons The Smiths will be playing at Grimsby Auditorium next week in one of his only UK appearances of 2011 and the first time he has taken to the stage in two years.
Morrissey, who released his last album Years Of Refusal in 2009, will be playing favourites from his solo career and his celebrated time with The Smiths, as well as giving fans a sneak peak at tracks from his upcoming album.
The ‘Mozfather’ and ‘the man who put the M in Manchester’ is still as controversial as ever - recently making headlines by comparing the Queen to Colonel Gaddaffi and slamming David Cameron for liking The Smiths.
So to hear Smiths classics such as This Charming Man, Hand In Glove, There Is A Light, How Soon Is Now, Meat Is Murder and The Queen Is Dead alongside many of his solo anthems including Irish Blood English Heart, The More Your Ignore Me The Closer Get, Everyday Is Like Sunday, The First Of The Gang To Die and The Last Of The Famous International Playboys you’d better book today.
Morrissey will be playing Grimsby Auditorium on Tuesday 28th June.
Tickets are £39 (including booking fee) and are available by calling Grimsby Auditorium Box Office on 0844 847 2426. You can also book online by visiting www.grimsbyauditorium.org.uk.
Morrissey’s latest greatest hits compilation The Very Best of Morrissey, is out now.