The UK’s number one Stone Roses tribute band return to The Met.

Having recently celebrated their twenty fifth anniversary with a 6000+ crowd at Heaton Park, The Clone Roses have also performed at some of the most iconic venues in the UK, respectfully replicating some of the classic shows from The Stone Roses careers. From selling out Blackpool Empress Ballroom to performing the iconic Spike Island site on the banks of the river Mersey in front of a sell-out 15,000 strong crowd, the band have become hugely popular amongst Roses fans old and new

Joining The Clones for a special “Madchester” DJ Set will be none other than Mr Manchester himself, Clint Boon from The Inspiral Carpets / XS Manchester.

This show always sells out in advance so book your tickets now!

Dates & Times

Last session: Fri 2 Feb 2024 at 8:00 PM - This event has now passed
Derby Hall @ The Met
£22 seated / £19.50 standing (inc fees)

Band on-stage 8pm

Under 18s to be accompanied by an adult


“The Second best Stone Roses in the World”

Mani (The Stone Roses)

“The Clones have long been the best”

The Guardian

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