AFTER another incredible celebration in Llandudno’s Venue Cymru, Mike Peters and the Alarm continue to go from strength to strength in their 40th year.

As a prelude to the band’s Sigma UK tour shows next month in Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and London, the band have revealed a unique 40th Anniversary Celebration concert to be held at St David’s Hall, Cardiff on Saturday, June 5 2021.

The event will take place exactly 40 years to the day that the band performed their first ever gig as The Alarm, at the Royal Victoria Hotel, Prestatyn.

The concert will be the finale to The Gathering 2021, which gets underway in the band’s hometown venue of Rhyl Town Hall on Friday, May 21 and Saturday 22, with lead singer Mike promising to take fans on an intimate acoustic journey through four decades of Alarm music and lyrics.

Incredibly, the band’s The Gathering 2021 event completely sold-out in less than two minutes when tickets went on-sale earlier this month.

As if that was not enough, the day after the Rhyl gig Mike will also undertake Offa’s Dyke Rocks - an epic 177 mile trek across 12 days for his and wife Jules’ charity Love Hope Strength Mike said: “By hiking the twelve-day, 177-mile journey to South Wales, I will literally be linking The Alarm’s past to the present, walking from the site of our first ever show to St. David’s Hall in Cardiff, where we will celebrate our official 40th Anniversary from 1981-2021’.

Tickets for the Cardiff St. David’s Hall 40th Anniversary gig will go on-sale at 10am on Tuesday, February 25.

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