Please read the following important information ahead of your visit.
🎫 Ticket information for customers who kept their booking from the original 2020 date:
Seated tickets - If you still have your tickets for the original date these will be valid and you do not need to visit the box office. If you no longer have your tickets, or were always due to collect them, please visit the box office from 6pm on the night to collect your new tickets.
Standing tickets - Original standing tickets will not be valid and you will be required to visit the box office from 6pm on the night to collect your new tickets.
If you need to collect your tickets we recommend allowing extra time - the box office will be opening at the earlier time of 6pm and we recommend that you arrive from this time (please note: the café and bars won't be open until 7pm). To issue your new tickets we'll just need you to confirm your name and address.
🎫 Ticket information for customers who purchased tickets for the 2021 date only:
Please note: we are expecting the box office to be busier than usual as we need to re-issue tickets to some customers who held tickets for the original 2020 date. Therefore, if you need to collect your tickets we recommend allowing extra time - the box office will be opening at the earlier time of 6pm and we recommend that you arrive from this time (please note: the café and bars will not be open until 7pm).
Please visit our COVID-19 page for our current guidance on welcoming you back and keeping everyone safe.
Bootleg Blondie is the official Debbie Harry and Blondie tribute band.They are the only Blondie tribute to play the legendary CBGB’s in New York City before its demise in 2006 and to have the honour of being mentioned on Blondie’s 11th album ‘Pollinator’.
Lead vocalist Debbie Harris appeared on two shows for BBC1 when she was picked out of 15,000 applicants to represent Debbie Harry on ‘Even Better Than The Real Thing’, hosted by Paddy McGuinness.
Debbie Harris and Bootleg Blondie have played the Isle Of Wight Festival, the 100 Club, the Hammersmith Palais, The Electric Ballroom in London, Eric’s in Liverpool, and have opened up for The Undertones, Slade, The Beat, Bad Manners, Heaven 17, Toyah, Hazel O’Connor, Tony Hadley, David Essex and Nick Kershaw, and can be seen at all the major venues and festivals around the UK and Europe.
Tickets: Seated £21*, Standing £18.50*
Venue: The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
*Includes £1 booking fee
This event is promoted by The Apex.