Fronted by one of the most charismatic lead vocalists of the 80s, Culture Club dominated the early MTV era with their eclectic blend of soul, new wave, pop and reggae. Formed in 1981, the core line-up of bassist Mikey Craig, guitarist Roy Hay, drummer Jon Moss and androgynous frontman Boy George, signed to Virgin Records a year later, but struggled to make an impression with their first two singles. However, the demand for Culture Club tickets grew considerably when their third release, the reggae-tinged “Do You Really Want To Hurt Me,” peaked at No.1 in nearly a dozen countries. Parent album, Kissing To Be Clever, consolidated their success, and by the end of their year, they’d become the first band since The Beatles to score three consecutive US Top 10 hits with their debut. After releasing 1983 follow-up Colour By Numbers and Culture Club tickets for an accompanying tour, the band scored a transatlantic chart-topper with “Karma Chameleon” and picked up Best New Artist at the Grammy Awards. 1984’s Waking Up With The House On Fire ensured that Culture Club tickets continued to remain hot property. However, George’s drug abuse and secretive on/off relationship with Moss eventually began to take its toll, and following the commercial disappointment of 1986’s From Luxury To Heartache, the group called it a day. Boy George subsequently embarked on a solo career, scoring a UK number one with a cover of Bread’s “Everything I Own,” before reinventing himself as a club DJ. But over a decade after their split in 1998, the band announced the sale of Culture Club tickets for a reunion tour which kicked off with a performance for VH1’s Storytellers. Its success prompted the quartet to head into the studio and after the release of hits compilation Greatest Moments, and Culture Club tickets for an accompanying tour, the band returned to the charts with 1999’s fifth LP, Don’t Mind If I Do. Following the sale of Culture Club tickets for a 20th anniversary show at London’s Royal Albert Hall in 2002, the group went their separate ways for a second time. But the band patched up their differences again in 2011 to perform for thousands of fans with Culture Club tickets at shows in Dubai and Sydney. In 2014, Boy George confirmed the release of Culture Club tickets for an 11-date tour featuring support from another 80s pop veteran, Alison Moyet.
Don't Mind If I Do (1999)
From Luxury To Heartache (1986)
Waking Up With The House On Fire (1984)
Colour By Numbers (1983)
Kissing To Be Clever (1982)
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Culture Club News
6-4-15: Culture Club and lead singer Boy George visit the state of California for two shows in July as part of their North American tour. On July 24th they will perform at Greek Theatre in LA with tickets currently averaging $290.28 on the secondary market. The second show, July 25th at The Greek Theatre – UC Berkeley will be the least expensive averaging $161.72 and a get-in price starting at $57. The tour then travels to the Beacon Theatre in New York for shows on the 27th and 28th with an average of $155.62 per show.
6-2-15: Originally postponed due to health related issues, Boy George and Culture Club are now ready to begin a summer tour of North America. The tour opens in the US on July 20th at the Denver Botanic Gardens with the current full tour average on the secondary market $158.14. The least expensive performance $120.54 will be on August 6th in Ontario, when they play at the Casino Rama. The finale of the summer tour will be August 16th at the Hard Rock Live in Orlando.
5-7-15: English band Culture Club will be visting North America for a US tour in the middle of the summer with the first show scheduled for July 17 at the Hard Rock Casino in Vancouver. The band’s first US tour date is on July 20 at the Denver Botanic Gardens in Denver, Colorado.
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Culture Club 2015 Tour
7-24-2015 – Los Angeles, CA at Greek Theatre
7-25-2015 – Berkeley, CA at Greek Theatre
7-27-2015 – New York, NY at Beacon Theatre
7-28-2015 – New York, NY at Beacon Theatre
7-31-2015 – Mashantucket, CT at The Grand Theater at Foxwoods
8-1-2015 – Atlantic City, NJ at Trump Taj Mahal
8-2-2015 – Boston, MA at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
8-4-2015 – Newark, NJ at Prudential Hall
8-6-2015 – Orillia, ON at Casino Rama Entertainment Center
8-7-2015 – Windsor, ON at The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor
8-8-2015 – Bethlehem, PA at Bethlehem Musikfest
8-10-2015 – Vienna, VA at Wolf Trap
8-11-2015 – Cary, NC at Booth Amphitheatre at Regency Park
8-12-2015 – Atlanta, GA at Fabulous Fox Theatre
8-14-2015 – Miami, FL at Klipsch Amphitheatre
8-16-2015 – Orlando, FL at Hard Rock Live