Magnum announce special show at Birmingham Symphony Hall


British Hard-Rock legends Magnum, have announced the rescheduling of the Birmingham date of their ‘The Road to Eternity’ tour for 19th April at Birmingham Symphony Hall. Further tickets, priced £27.50, are on sale now via


Due to snow, the original show at Birmingham Town Hall on 2nd March was unfortunately postponed, however with the show having sold out well in advance, the venue has been upgraded to the prestigious Birmingham Symphony Hall to offer the chance for those who missed out to buy this time around. Tickets for the original show will be honoured and ticketholders have been contacted via their point of purchase.

‘The Road to Eternity’ tour is in support of Magnum’s 20th studio album, ‘Lost on the Road to Eternity’, which was released by SPV Records in January this year to huge critical acclaim. Powerplay Magazine awarded ‘Album Of The Month’ with a 10/10 rating, while Classic Rock raved that the album is ‘Impossible to resist’.

‘Lost on the Road to Eternity’ became the band’s highest charting LP for 28 years when it blasted into the UK national album chart at No. 15 and No. 1 on the UK Indie album chart, plus reached the top 10 of the UK vinyl, physical and Scottish charts.

Magnum are currently on the road in Germany, where ‘Lost On The Road To Eternity’ became their highest ever charting album there when it entered the German chart at number 8.

Guitarist Tony Clarkin states that “Magnum were gutted that due to the really bad snowy weather on the day of the Town Hall show on 2nd March that it had to be cancelled at the very last minute. This, however, was done due to the advice received from the emergency services and at the request of the Town Hall and the promoter. Due to some re-juggling of dates and the fact that the show had sold out at the Town Hall it was with a great relief that the show has now been rescheduled to the Symphony Hall on April 19th only a few weeks after the initial show was planned. It also meant that Town Hall ticket holders were still able to hang on to their tickets and just have new ones sent to them. More tickets have now become available and the band are now looking forward to this show with added anticipation.”

To make the hometown event even more special, it has been announced that the show will now be filmed by Toward Infinity, who worked with the band on ‘The Visitation’ videos and responsible for Thunder’s recent #1 Stage and many more.

The band are also running a ‘Golden Ticket’ competition for one lucky fan attending the show.