Marc Almond will next month perform in Birmingham as part of a Utilita Live From The Drive-In event at the city's Resorts World Arena.
The show's producer, Live Nation, is reimagining the live experience during a time of social distancing by allowing fans to enjoy events in a one-of-a-kind drive-in setting - from their own private viewing-zone next to their cars.
Commenting, Live Nation said: "Designed to comply with all official guidelines, Utilita Live From The Drive-In will deliver the UK’s premier drive-in experience, featuring a series of music concerts, theatre performances, comedy shows and family experiences this summer.
"Marc Almond is an internationally acclaimed artist. He has sold over 30 million records worldwide and is an icon and influence to a generation of musicians."
Marc plays Resorts World Arena, Birmingham, on Friday 7 August. Tickets are on sale from 10am on 17 July here
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