- 17 Jun 19
Gerry Cinnamon has just announced to new Irish shows for the end of 2019.
Ahead of a string of huge festival performances, today Gerry Cinnamon surprised fans with a run of UK and Ireland Arena dates, answering calls from those who had missed out on his sold-out shows to date.
Announcing the November Tour, Cinnamon also teased his brand new release – Canter. Already a firm fan favourite, this eagerly anticipated single is expected to drop this Friday, June 21.
The Glasgow artist has had an incredible journey from recording songs on his phone to releasing his critically acclaimed debut album Erratic Cinematic, which recently rocketed back to the top of the UK/IRE Album Charts; hitting the Top 20 following his latest sold-out UK tour.
His inimitable live shows are infamous for their wild atmosphere and sing along moments.
On his upcoming tour, Cinnamon says: ‘The last stint was top class. Expect nothing less from these gigs. The live shows have become something pretty special. There’s something happening, I don’t know what it is but it's happening, you can feel it, its undeniable. To be honest I've been trying to keep a lid on it but the bonfires burning now and it’s the best buzz ever so what else am I gonna do?!’
On new music Cinnamon says: ‘Been writing and recording in between the gigs so looking forward to getting the new stuff out there sharpish. The new single Canter is one of those songs, upbeat, bit of energy to it and a wee bit of knowledge for the ears of anyone who needs it.’
Gerry Cinnamon will kick off his November Tour at the SSE Arena in Belfast on November 1. He'll then perform at the 3Arena on November 2.
UK & Ireland Tour
1st November – Belfast, UK – SSE Arena
2nd November – Dublin, IE – 3Arena
5th November – Leicester, UK – De Montfort Hall
7th November – Liverpool, UK – Echo Arena Liverpool
8th November – Leeds, UK – First Direct Arena
9th November – Cardiff, UK – Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
11th November – Bournemouth, UK – O2 Academy Bournemouth
12th November – Norwich, UK – University of East Anglia Union – The Nick Rayns LCR
15th November – London, UK – O2 Academy Brixton
16th November – Newcastle upon Tyne, UK – Metro Radio Arena