The Alarm frontman Mike Peters presents new show 'New Standards' at Lowther Pavillion
Mike Peters, lead singer of The Alarm will be visiting the Fylde next week performing some of his biggest hits at the Lowther Pavillion.
Peters will play the Fylde venue with new show ‘New Standards’ on Friday,September 25 in front of 170 fans.
Having been a strong voice for the return of live indoor entertainment, the singer songwriter said : “We are committed to being part of the movement that allows people, music fans, and
music venues to get back to some kind of normality.”
The Alarm formed in 1981 and played with U2, and Bob Dylan in stadium tours throughout the decade, charting with songs including ‘Strength’, ‘Rain In The Summertime’, ‘Rescue Me’,’
Presence of Love’ ‘Sold Me Down The River’ and the classic ‘Sixty Eight Guns’.
In 2005, Peters was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, which led to him founding cancer foundation ‘Love, Hope and Strength' now regarded as world's
leading rock and roll cancer charities.
Tickets can be bought at lowtherpavilion.co.uk