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After LA show sells out in 10 minutes today, pop icon ADAM ANT announces new OC show

photo credit: ©Laurie Paladino
photo credit: ©Laurie Paladino

Keeping you posted with the latest news from pop icon Adam Ant: After selling out his LA show in 10 minutes this morning, Adam just announced another show at The Observatory in Santa Ana (Orange County) on February 17 (Scroll for press release below). Tickets go on sale tomorrow,October 1, at 10 am.

Following sold out UK tours and appearances including the recent Isle of Wright Festival (UK) with Iggy Pop and The Who, Adam is celebrating the 35th anniversary of his landmark “Kings of the Wild Frontier” album with a newly-reissued boxset version of the album (Sony Legacy UK) available inNorth America through Amazon and a North American tour.

Adam (www.Adam-Ant.com), a Grammy-nominated artist known for massive hits including “Goody Two Shoes”, “Stand and Deliver” and “Wonderful” has sold more than 40,000,000 albums, crowned music charts worldwide and, globally, once had eight singles in the Top 40 in one week.  He’s been voted Sexiest Man Alive by MTV viewers and is one of the most well-known faces of the 80s.

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