- 28 Apr 20
The Scottish singer-songwriter is coming to Cork, Belfast and Dublin in June 2021.
Following the Irish government’s announcement on restricting mass gatherings until the end of August, Gerry Cinnamon has confirmed rescheduled dates for his highly anticipated Irish outdoor shows.
The rapidly rising Scottish star will now play Irish Independent Park, Cork (June 18, 2021); Belsonic, Belfast (June 19); and Malahide Castle, Dublin (June 20). The Irish dates will be followed by a major show at Glasgow's Hampden Park on July 17, 2021.
“Anyone that knows me knows all I care about is folk having a class night and getting home safe so moving the dates is no brainer that pales in comparison to the shit other folk are going through," he revealed in a statement about the new dates. "Big love."
The announcement of the rescheduled dates follows the release of Gerry Cinnamon's acclaimed new album, The Bonny.
"Crammed with cautionary tales of hope, horror and small-town heroes with big hearts, the Scot’s musical stew will be lapped up by lovers of the likes of the Gallagher brothers, Bob Dylan, Irvine Welsh and Limmy," Hot Press's Edwin McFee wrote in his review of the album.
All tickets remain valid for the new dates.
Rescheduled dates for NI/IRE and Hampden.
Until next time. Stay safe. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/pkULQVXkYk
— GERRY CINNAMON (@GerryCinnamon) April 28, 2020