BLACKMORE'S NIGHT Confirm San Francisco Show
According to a posting on the web site of the Blackmore's Night Official Scandinavian Fan Club, BLACKMORE'S NIGHT have confirmed a San Francisco date that went on sale Sunday and is expected to sell out very fast. An additional treat will be that the first 40 people in the door wearing Renaissance costumes get first-two-rows priority.
The show will take place on February 1 at The Independent (628 Divisadero St.) in San Francisco. Tickets are on sale now through Ticket Web.
Upcoming BLACKMORE'S NIGHT shows:
Jan. 27 - House Of Blues - Las Vegas, NV
Jan. 29 - 4th and B Theatre - San Diego, CA
Feb. 01 - The Independent - San Francisco, CA
Feb. 04 - The Grove of Anaheim - Anaheim, CA
Feb. 05 - Wilshire Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
BLACKMORE'S NIGHT is the band featuring former DEEP PURPLE/RAINBOW guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and his fiancée Candice Night. The group recently released a compilation CD, "Beyond the Sunset - The Romantic Collection", which brings together 13 ballads from across their catalogue. "Once In a Million Years" is the sole new track on the collection, which also includes a remixed version of "Ghost of a Rose".
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