Gerry Cinnamon - New date

29 Sep 2020

Doors: 18:30

This is a rescheduled show from 4 June 2020. All original tickets remain valid. Please contact your ticket provider should you have any ticketing queries.

Gerry Cinnamon’s music crosses generations in a way that only a handful of wordsmiths can – relatable, relevant and a true story teller.  Unsigned and unmatched in his ability to operate outside of the mainstream Gerry has become a cult hero and force to be reckoned with.

His upcoming UK and Ireland headline tour continues his legacy of selling out shows in minutes. The inimitable live shows are infamous for their wild atmosphere and special sing along moments; with his crowd singing every word – to every song – many before they are even released.

Gerry Cinnamon’s hugely anticipated self-produced, self-released debut album Erratic Cinematic rocketed to the top of the iTunes album charts on release with little more than a social media post; holding off some of the biggest names the industry has to offer.

His anthemic tracks, laced with social commentary have captured the imagination of audiences up and down the country. With every track being different, it keeps the listener on their toes. Using loop pedal harmonies and pounding kick drums, Gerry makes a habit of whipping the audience into a frenzy which sees them leaving on a high and wanting more.

2018 has been huge: Selling out every date of his first UK and Ireland tour. 2019 is set to be even bigger. Kicking off with two sold-out Amsterdam shows in the world famous venues: Paradiso and Milkweg, before heading out on his UK and Ireland tour in March 2019, his biggest to date; a number of big festival appearances; new music and much more.

In an age of information overload, it’s clear Gerry Cinnamon cuts through the noise.  No longer is the intermediary power with the label or the media. It is between the artist and the people. Gerry is perhaps the UK’s or the World’s best example of that.

He is more than an artist but a phenomenon, paving the way for the next generation of DIY pioneers.

The awards, the sold out shows and the reaction to his critically acclaimed debut album has not only propelled him to the next level but has affirmed his place as a writer as well as a live act.

And the best part is he’s just getting started.

 14+ Under 16s accompanied by an adult over the age of 21

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