Inner Circle in Concert

  • 20 Aug 16
  • Mobile tickets
Past Event

Please note this is Standing event

  • Aug20

    Concert & VIP Party / Meet & Greet

    Reservation Period Over

    Save £4 by getting our special combo ticket. This will give you access to the concert and our exclusive after party which includes 1 Free Drink, You will also have the chance to meet Inner Circle.

  • Aug20

    Saturday - 19:00


    £29.00 - £30.00

  • Aug20

    Saturday - 23:30

    VIP After Party - Meet & Greet



World Renowned Reggae Band Inner Circle are coming to Gibraltar For the frist time.  Inner Circle will be playing an exclusive concert at the Victoria Stadium Muga Complex on Saturday 20th August at 19:00. Their Hit songs will be played live in Gibraltar, some including the famous Bad Boys and Sweat (A La La La La Long) is coming to Gibraltar.

 Support act - MALAKA YOUTH  + More to be annoucned 

General Entry  - This Ticket gives you access to the Concert at the Victoria Stadium - Muga Complex 

VIP After Part / Meet & Greet  -  Join us for an exclusive aftershow part at the Sky Resturant on board the Sunborn.  You will all get One drink included in this ticket & a chance to meet Inner Circle.  

Combo Ticket - This selection will give you one General Entry and One VIP Afterparty Ticket onboard the Sunborn  


Inner Circle (formed in 1968) is a pop, rock and reggae group, known predominantly for their rootsy yet danceable appeal and hit single “Bad Boys” popularised by TV series COPS, hailing from Kingston, Jamaica.

The earliest incarnation of Inner Circle was formed in 1968 by brother Ian and Roger Lewis, bassist and guitarist respectively. 12 year old guitarist Steven “Cat” Coore, keyboard player Michael “Ibo” Cooper, and multi-instrumentalist Michard Daley subsequently joined before leaving to form Third World in 1973. Members Charles Farquharson, Bernard Harvey and Calvin McKenzie later joined the ranks, playing the Kingston hotel and club circuits before issuing their debut album “Dread Reggae Hits” in 1973.

Following the release of their sophomore album “Heavy Reggae” in 1974, Inner Circle invited vibrato solo singer and devout Rastafarian Jacob Miller to the band in 1976. Miller’s initial influence saw the band taken in a social conscious direction and sign with Capitol Records, after which Inner Circle released the hit single “You Make Me Feel Brand New”. With major label backing the group issued the album “Reggae Thing” (1976) and “Ready for the World” (1997), before performing at the legendary One Love Peace Concert alongside Bob Marley in 1978.

The full-length “Everything is Great” also arrived in 1978 spawning the singles “Everything is Great” and “Stop Breaking My Heart”, cementing their soulful, pop-tinged, reggae sound. The record was Inner Circle’s debut for Island Record and followed by “New Age Music” in 1979. The following year Jacob Miller was killed in a car accident and the group disbanded with Ian and Roger Lewis, and Touter Harvey moving to the U.S. In 1981 the group reformed and recorded the album “Something So Good” with lead guitarist Mark Castro and singer Rick Hunt. The band’s official reformation with singer Carlton Coffie and drummer Lancelot Hall arrived in 1986 marked by the studio album “Black Roses”.

With a wider degree of influences from R&B, soul, rock, and dancehall, Inner Circles subsequent release, 1987’s “One Way” featured the earliest recording of their single “Bad Boys”. The full-length “Identified” followed in 1991, after which the group enjoyed the height of success when their track “Bad Boys” was chosen by Fox TV as the opening theme for the show "COPS". As a result Inner Circle became a household name across the world, enjoying success notably in the U.S. and Sweden. Trying to ride the wave of success the group issued the album “Bad Boys” in 1992, featuring mainly tracks from their previous album. Selling more than four million copies worldwide, the record proved an international success, later winning the group a Grammy for Best Reggae Album.

Singer Coffie departed in 1994 and was replaced by Kris Bently who first appeared on the 1996 album “Da Bomb”, followed by “Jamaika Me Crazy” in 1999. “Big Tings” arrived in 2000 feauring appearences from Mr Vegas and Beenie Man, following which they released the full-length “State of Da World” in 2009, and “Dubets” in 2012.


CHANGE OF VENUE ANNOUNCEMENT - For people who bought the £39 Ticket ONLY 

Sunborn Gibraltar is proud to announce that our in house concert scheduled for the 20th August starring World Renowned Reggae band Inner Circle is now officially sold out. 350 tickets have been sold in the last 6 weeks and with this in mind Sunborn Management has taken the decision to move the concert to the MUGA Sports Complex at Victoria Stadium to fulfill our ever growing client waiting list. Sunborn Gibraktar has seeked the great assistance of Dylan Ferro from Gib Pro Sound who will produce the Reggae concert. The MUGA Sports Complex has a capacity of over 2000 souls and would serve as a great venue for this amazing Reggae concert.

Concert Tickets have been newly priced at £29, with after party tickets onboard Sunborn Gibraltar remaining at £20. Clients who have bought the concert tickets will be refunded their £10 ticket difference. Both Sunborn Gibraltar & is happy collaborating towards this. would like to let clients know that clients who have purchased online will be receiving their £10 price difference refund within the next 7 days If you require to contact Sunborn or please call 54021859 (Sunborn) or ( 5402 2488



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