The Glasgow songwriter will head out on the road in March
Gerry Cinnamon has announced a string of UK and Ireland headline tour dates for 2019.
The rising Glasgow singer/songwriter – who is currently supporting the Courteeners on their ongoing winter tour – is being touted as Scotland’s “most successful independent artist”. Cinnamon’s successful run has included a sell-out set of gigs at Glasgow’s Barrowland Ballroom, which saw him become the first unsigned artist to sell out the venue on multiple nights.
Cinnamon has now announced his biggest UK and Ireland tour to date, which’ll kick off on March 7 at Belfast’s Ulster Hall. The jaunt will continue through to the end of the month, where he’ll conclude the headline tour with a gig at Birmingham’s O2 Institute on March 31.
Speaking about the tour, Cinnamon said: “The last year has been wild. The album is flying. Scottish tour sold out in jig time. England and Ireland dates done the same and then two nights in the Dam. And it’s all just from word of mouth. No big marketing. That means the folk who come to the gigs are there ’cause they love their tunes. That means it’s real. It might not seem like much but it means something to me. See when the crowd’s with you singing every word it’s a mad feeling. Can’t wait to get in about it again with these shows!”
See Cinnamon’s tour dates below, and grab tickets here when they go on sale on Friday at 9am (November 30).
7 Belfast Ulster Hall
8 Dublin Olympia Theatre
22 Newcastle O2 Academy
23 Liverpool Uni The Mountford Hall
24 Leeds O2 Academy
26 Oxford O2 Academy
28 Cardiff Tramshed
29 London Forum O2 Kentish Town
30 Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse
31 Birmingham O2 Institute
Earlier this month, Courteeners frontman Liam Fray explained to NME why the band had invited Cinnamon to support them on their ongoing tour.