Scottish Singer Gerry Cinnamon has announced the support acts for his huge outdoor show in Swansea’s Singleton Park on Saturday 4 June 2022 over the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend.
Triple platinum-selling indie heroes The Kooks will be the main support to Gerry Cinnamon’s massive outdoor concert this summer.
With classic singles and fan favorites such as She Moves In Her Own Way, Bad Habit, and Naïve, the band are a constant feature in Spotify’s Top 200.
Fresh from selling out over 4000 tickets for their hometown show, opening the show will be Sheffield’s finest… The Reytons.
Following Gerry’s triumphant penultimate slot at Reading and Leeds Festival attracting one of the biggest crowds of the weekend, the show in Swansea will be one of only a handful of shows his fans will be able to see him outdoors in the UK in Summer of 2022 with the tour also taking in a sold-out hometown show in Glasgow’s Hampden Park national stadium.
The continuing ascent of Gerry Cinnamon is one of contemporary music’s most outstanding stories. Rising from a self-released debut album, Gerry has become a stadium and arena-filling headliner. And as an artist whose revealing and honest songs naturally connect with a huge and devoted audience, he’s achieved it all entirely independently.
In April 2020, Gerry’s second album The Bonny shot straight to Number 1 in the Official Album Charts in the UK. Now certified gold, the album went on to become the third biggest selling UK album released that year.
Having organically built up a huge following over the past 4 years, Gerry has become the UK ‘s biggest independent artist and his last tour was second largest in 2019 UK tickets sales.
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(Lead image: Gerry Cinnamon / Swansea Council)
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