Scottish singer songwriter Gerry Cinnamon yesterday announced dates for his UK tour which includes a night in Liverpool. Getintothis’ Amos Wynn has the news.
Gerry Cinnamon has announced a full UK tour, which will see him play Liverpool’s Mountford Hall next year.
Very much a sensation right now, the Scotsman has earned himself good reviews and a growing, passionate fan base with his particularly enthusiastic presence.
Despite not having the backing of a record label, Cinnamon has soared, selling out dates at the Barrowlands and playing the main stage of TRNSMT festival, the first unsigned artist to do so.
In March, the 33-year-old will be pleasing fans once again, with ten tour dates lined up.
Amongst those dates, the Scotsman will play Mountford Hall, on Saturday, March 23, with tickets on sale this Friday. Other dates include Dublin, Leeds and Manchester.
— GERRY CINNAMON (@GerryCinnamon) November 26, 2018
With plenty more to offer and the tracks from debut album, Erratic Cinematic, the next show could well top it.
For anyone attending any remaining dates of the Courteeners current arena tour, which includes the Echo Arena this Friday (November 30), there will be another chance to catch Cinnamon in action as he supports alongside Zuzu.
With his acoustic guitar and razor-sharp lyrics his 2019 tour is not to be missed and is bound to be a belter.