UPDATE: Due to New York Rangers playoffs at MSG, Eric Clapton’s 70th birthday concert celebration scheduled for May 2nd will be moved to Sunday, May 3rd at MSG. All tickets purchased for May 2nd will be honored on May 3rd. The May 1st show will take place as scheduled.
A couple years ago, Eric Clapton said he would stop touring in 2015. That doesn't mean that he isn't performing anymore, but he prefers to pick a spot (like London's Royal Albert Hall) and not travel too much.
Today, the guitar legend announced that he will perform two shows at New York's Madison Square Garden in celebration of his upcoming 70th birthday on March 30. The shows will take place May 1st and 3rd. Eric will be accompanied by band members Steve Gadd, Paul Carrack, Nathan East, Chris Stainton, Sharon White and Michelle John, with opening act Andy Fairweather Low and the Low Riders.
WHEN DO ERIC CLAPTON 2015 TICKETS GO ON SALE AND WHAT IS THE PRESALE CODE?
The first tickets will be exclusively available to members of Eric Clapton's fan club, ECAccess. That pre-sale begins on Monday, March 16 at 9 AM ET. Become an ECAccess member by visiting ecaccess.cc. Tickets for Chase credit and debit customers go on-sale the same day at 11 AM ET.
Ticket sales are available to the general public on Friday, March 20 at 11 AM ET.
You can also get great seats for a reasonable price from SuperStar Tickets, Zumic's preferred ticket broker. Use discount code SHOPCONCERTS for 5% off your purchase.
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