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* Princess Pavilion: Cream of Clapton to play Princess Pavilion
Posted Sep 16, 2009 - 04:17 PM
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Events Eric Clapton tribute band “Cream of Clapton” make their first visit to the Princess Pavilion, Falmouth on Saturday 19th September, as part of a 10th anniversary UK tour...

The 5 piece band have made a number of appearances at other West Country venues in recent years and now appear with their original line-up.

They will be performing two hours of electric & acoustic classic songs from the vast catalogue of Eric Clapton, Cream, Derek & the Dominoes. The band is now firmly established as one of the UK’s top tribute bands with a reputation for excellent live performances everywhere they play as well as attracting a rapidly growing number of admirers and written accolades.

Significant appearances include a highly successful 2008 UK theatre tour, three consecutive years at Liverpool’s much publicised Matthew Street Festival which attracts over 300,000 people, as headline band throughout the week-long prestigious Island Games hosted by Guernsey and many UK theatres. The band has also performed internationally in Holland, Belgium & Germany.

“Tribute bands just do not get any better than this” The Stage

Tickets for the show are £12 in advance / £14 on the door

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