THE Hive is offering cut price tickets to forthcoming gigs as a special new year gift.

The venue has taken off as a very successful new venue in Winsford and wants to thank everyone for their loyalty.

General manager Chris Carr said: "We just wanted to thank all our customers so far who have come to support us at the venue and wanted to offer discounted tickets for the month of January.

"We have some amazing acts already booked for 2022 and it's only going to get better, with a great mixture of touring bands and the best tribute shows out there it's going to be a year to remember  at The Hive.

"Earlybird tickets are available until January 31 so get them in now before they go back up to full price."

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"It means that all upcoming shows are at a discounted price for the month of January."

Trustee Damon Horrill said: "Recent months have been challenging to say the least.

"The spike in Covid infections led to the postponement of a number of shows planned for the Hive's Christmas period.

"We thank everyone for their continued support through this difficult period and look forward to business as usual come the spring. 

"Locals are very welcome to grab a bargain with the early bird tickets in our new year January sale."

A feast of concerts is lined up.

Paul Larcombe, one of the world's top Elvis tribute acts will be performing as Pure Presley at the Hive on March 12.

This tribute artist is only one of two to be officially endorsed by Graceland, Memphis.

Paul has performed for the Queen and the Royal family on three separate occasions and has appeared on UK and US television shows.

Dan Hadfield will be on stage as Gary Barlow on March 5.

Oasis Supernova are coming on March 12.

Kings of Leighon appear on March 25.

A show featuring Freddie and Queen is on April 1 and the Electromantics expect to attract a big crowd on April 9.

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