Eddie Jobson VIP Ticket Auction

 Bob Moog Foundation supporter and rock legend Eddie Jobson donates VIP UK Reunion Tour tickets and more!


Many thanks to our friend Eddie Jobson for donating two VIP ticket packages for the upcoming “UK Reunion” tour.  He has donated one package for the April 21st Philadelphia show and one for the April 23rd Baltimore show.

In a rare opportunity to see a group of true music pioneers, legendary progressive-rock supergroup ‘UK’ have reformed for a one-off world tour and will perform in the USA and Canada for the first time in more than three decades.  Now, 33 years after their farewell concert,  Eddie Jobson, John Wetton, Alex Machacek, and Virgil Donati have united to reenact that final tour one last time.

The Bob Moog Foundation will be auctioning these two valuable ticket packages on their eBay store.  Auctions go live April 2.

Bid on VIP Ticket Packages here!

Exclusive BMF VIP Ticket Packages include:

  • Two tickets to the show
  • Pre-show meet-and-greet with at least 3 of  the band members
  • Pre-show talk by Eddie  on “understanding how all music works”
  • A signed DVD of the Jobson-Wetton “Reunion” concert
  • A $230 value

Packages are available for the following shows:

April 21 – World Cafe Live – Philadelphia, USA

April 23 – Soundstage – Baltimore, USA

More about Eddie:

Eddie Jobson is best known publicly as a ground-breaking rock violinist and keyboard icon – usually put on the same ‘keyboard greats’ list as Keith Emerson and Rick Wakeman – he was a teenage rock prodigy, being signed to a record deal with Warner Bros. at the age of 17.  As a pivotal member of Roxy Music, he helped the band attain their first No.1 album at the age of only 18; going on to replace both George Duke and Jean-Luc Ponty in Zappa’s ‘Mothers of Invention’ at the age of 21.  He has contributed to more than 60 albums, dozens of videos, and participated in world tours as a member of Curved Air, Roxy Music, Frank Zappa, UK, and UKZ.  Additionally he has recorded and/or performed with King Crimson, Yes, Phil Collins, Jethro Tull, and with members of The Who, and Deep Purple.

All proceeds from the auctions will benefit the Bob Moog Foundation and its projects.