Tickets: From £15
Assembly Festival Garden: Queen of Flanders Little Park Street, Coventry, CV1 2UR
Until Sun 8 May 2022
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The Magnets: Legends

Thu 14 Apr 2022 to Sun 8 May 2022
Assembly Festival Garden: Queen of Flanders
Little Park Street, Coventry, CV1 2UR Show on map
Duration: 1 hour
From £15

Get ready to relive the magic of the greatest musical icons of all time with UK’s No. 1 A Cappella super-group ‘The Magnets’!

This sensational five-voice, sound-machine features the hottest vocal and beatboxing talent on the international A Cappella scene, performing legendary hits by Queen, Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, The Jackson 5 and more.

The Magnets are a must-see act on the international music scene performing alongside music legends including Blondie, Bryan Adams, Tom Jones, Gregory Porter, Rick Astley and The Kaiser Chiefs.

Get ready to sing and dance to the ultimate soundtrack of your life, Magnets style!

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Assembly Festival Garden is located in Coventry City Centre near the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum and 200m metres from Coventry Cathedral.

There are two main entrances to Assembly Festival Garden, one to the west and one to the east. The western entrance is located on Little Park Street, CV1 2LU and at what3words ///like.stage.finely. This is also where you can find the ticket office. The eastern entrance is located on Much Park Street, CV1 2LU and at what3words ///gone.unique.drag

Both these entrances are step-free and each performance space has step-free access with the exception of the Treehouse.

We welcome all assistance dogs into Assembly Festival Garden including guide dogs and hearing dogs and our front of house team will be on hand to offer any assistance you might need.

For any access queries for Assembly Festival Garden, please call 0131 623 3033 or contact [email protected]

For any access queries for Coventry City of Culture, please contact [email protected]

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