Bay City Rollers Release Limited Number Of Tickets At 1974 Prices

21 November 2016

Bay City Rollers fans are being encouraged to snap up a limited number of specially priced Black Friday tickets for their Blackpool date.

Tickets to the rollers’ gigs were priced at £1.10 in 1974 and now fans can roll back the clock and grab themselves a bargain, seeing them reunited at Blackpool Winter Gardens on December 16 for the same price.

Fans who want to take advantage of this special and limited £1.10 ticket offer should visit and book using offer code BCRBLACKFRIDAY.

The band has reunited for the festive shows and is delighted to be giving something back to their hordes of loyal fans who have followed them over the years.

Bay City Rollers frontman Les McKeown said: “There is nothing we love as much as our fans so we want to invite them along to have a Shang-a-lang-a-Xmas party with us in Blackpool at this super low price.

“This offer is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see the Rollers’ reunited for the same price that it would have cost you 42 years ago – its Rolleriffic!”

Full price tickets for The Rollers’ Shang-a-lang-a-Xmas Party at the Blackpool Winter Gardens are priced from £32.50 and are available from

Les will be joined on stage by original Rollers’ Alan Longmuir and Stuart “Woody” Wood as the trio hit the road together once again for their December dates.

The Rollers’ came to fame in the 1970s with a string of hits which still bring back fond memories for their army of fans including Shang-a-lang, Remember and their cover of Four Seasons hit Bye Bye Baby.

With previous tours stretching across the globe from the UK to Japan and beyond, their popularity is timeless with their 2015 Christmas dates selling out within hours of going on sale.

The band are also fresh from a summer performance at T in the Park where they brought their music to a whole new audience.

The Bay City Rollers will be joined in Blackpool with special guests the UK’s favourite Blondie tribute band Dirty Harry, and together will make it a Shang-a-lang-a-Xmas to remember.

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