WHILE lock down has put paid to the summer slate of gigs and festivals, music fans have a visit from 10cc to look forward too this autumn.

The legendary band will visit the Rhyl Pavilion as part of their mammoth 25-date UK tour on Friday, October 23 at 7.30pm.

Led by co-founder Graham Gouldman, this tour marks the 45th anniversary of the release of their mega-hit I’m Not In Love, which landed the band a top five single in 10 countries and spawned a No 1 album in the US.

It has been an eventful few years for Gouldman, since the most recent live version of the band has been established, 10cc have toured worldwide, including Australia, Japan, Iceland, New Zealand, across the UK and Europe.

Not only is 10cc enjoying increasing success around the world, but recognition of his solo achievements has grown too including an invitation from Ringo Starr to join his All Starr Band for tours of Europe in 2018.

For his return to 10cc, Gouldman will be joined by lead guitarist Rick Fenn on vocals vocals with drummer Paul Burgess, Keith Hayman on keys and Paul Canning playing a bit of everything.

The band will present their incredible array of music - including Rubber Bullets, Worst Band in the World and Dreadlock Holiday - the way it was meant to be appreciated.

Tickets start at £37, to book visit rhylpavilion.co.uk or call the box office on 01745 330000.