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UB40 and Interpol concerts in Asheville, dates, prices and more

Asheville will host a series of world-class concerts in September, leaving audiences eagerly awaiting the likes of UB40, Interpol, Spoon and many more groups taking to the various stages. Where will UB40 perform in Asheville? A night of reggae is scheduled for September 4th at The Salvage Station when four of the genre’s biggest hitmakers take the stage.

The Bigga Baggariddim Tour starts at 6pm from the venue and there are dozens of hits for reggae lovers to sing along to.

The night will be headlined by UB40, the English pop-reggae act who made a Neil Diamond song a worldwide hit. It should be remembered that Neil Diamond released “Red Red Wine” as a single in 1967 which peaked at number 68 on the charts, but UB40 gave the song a unique twist and it peaked at number 1 on the charts in 1988. What is the cost of the UB 40 concert in Asheville? The band’s other hits include a cover of “I Got You, Babe” with Chrissie Hynde, “(I Can’t Help) Falling in Love With You”, “The Way You Do The Things You Do” and “Here I At the”. (Come and take me)”.

Also on the program are The Original Wailers, Big Mountain and Maxi Priest. Guitarist Al Anderson is the only member of Bob Marley’s mid-1970s line-up Tickets range from $129 to $188, so the public is asked to pre-order their tickets. The recovery station is at 468 Riverside Dr, Asheville, NC 28801. Where will Spoon and Interpol be performing in Asheville? Spoon and Interpol, two bands credited with being part of the post-punk revival, bring plenty of guitar riffs and heavy drums to Rabbit Rabbit.

Spoon and Interpol will perform outdoors at 6pm on September 3rd and perform all of their hits. Austin-based group Spoon have been a critical and commercial success in recent years. The group’s albums Transference (2010) and They Want My Soul (2014) reached #4 on the Albums Chart. Spoon released Lucifer on the Sofa earlier this year, and Rolling Stone magazine described it as “her best album.”

Guitarist Daniel Kessler and singer Paul Banks from Interpol invite all their fans to the concert. Interpol will be doing a concert with Spoon in Asheville. | Photo: @Interpol What are the prices for the Interpol concert in Asheville? Interpol began its run at the 1997 Manhattan Post Punk Revival and released The Other Side of Make-Believe earlier that year. The group now consists of founding members Paul Banks (lead vocals, guitar, bass) and Daniel Kessler (lead guitar, piano, keyboards) and drummer Sam Fogarino, who joined the band in 2000.

Tickets for Spoon and Interpol cost between $45 and $50, so the public is asked to purchase their tickets in advance. Rabit Rabit is located at 75 Coxe Ave, Asheville, NC 28801.

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