Blondie – one of the bestselling bands of the late 1970s – are to play at the Brighton Centre with tickets going on sale on Friday (11 August) at 9am.
The band, fronted by Debbie Harry, are touring to promote their new album Pollinator.
They will play in Brighton on Wednesday 8 November.
They sold millions of albums, with Plastic Letters and Parallel Lines in 1978 and Eat to the Beat in 1979 yielding several chart singles.
Their number ones included Sunday Girl, Heart of Glass and Atomic while Denis and Dreaming came close.
In 1980 they covered the Paragons’ song The Tide is High, notching up another chart-topper.
The band split in 1982 but reformed in 1997 since when they have released five albums including Pollinator earlier this summer.
Tickets for the Brighton Centre gig are limited to six per person and prices start from £55.75 including booking fee.
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