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07 November 2019 20:42

GLASGOW rocker Gerry Cinnamon will play his biggest city gig to date at the 50-000 capacity Hampden Park.

Gerry Cinnamon announced Hampden Park gig next summer

GLASGOW rocker Gerry Cinnamon will play his biggest city gig to date at the 50-000 capacity Hampden Park. The show has been announced at the national stadium on July 18, just a distance from the area of Castlemilk where the Glaswegian star grew up. The 34-year-old latest show comes ahead of his two homecoming dates at the Hydro on December 20 and 21. He said: "Hampden Park in the sunshine. The stadium gig is also support of the singer's new album The Bonny which will be released next April after the success of debut Erratic Cinematic.

Gerry is best known for hit singles Belter and Canter. Tickets for the show priced £30.25 to £60.50 will go on sale on November 15 at 9 am. Fans who pre-order The Bonny from his store here will receive access to a pre-sale for tickets to the Hampden Park show. The ticket pre-sale opens at 9 am on Wednesday, November 13 and remains open until the general sale commences at 9 am on Friday, November 15. For tickets, click here Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Gerry Cinnamon has just announced his biggest gig to date.

And it's set to be something quite spectacular, as the Castlemilk singer/songwriter is heading for Hampden Park. The homegrown star with a cult following will play the national stadium on July 18. The announcement comes as Gerry kicks off his UK Ireland tour in Liverpool tonight, and over the next two months he'll tour the country before coming home for two Hydro gigs in December. But news that this next level performance will be taking place is sure to delight his army of fans. "Hampden Park in the sunshine.

We'll have that place rocking easy," said Gerry. The local legend will follow in the footsteps of iconic artists including The Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Oasis, Bruce Springsteen. But will he be able to sell out the 50,000+ capacity show, unlike Beyonce and Jay Z? We think he might.... And that's not all!

It's the follow-up to his Top 20 debut album 'Erratic Cinematic', which has been certified Gold in recognition of more than 125,000 sales. Have you downloaded the Glasgow Live app yet? Get all the latest news and events at the touch of a button on Android and Apple. The video will start in 8 Cancel Get the biggest daily stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Glaswegian phenomenon Gerry Cinnamon has yet again stunned the music industry with a surprise stadium show at Hampden. The shock announcement came as the cult hero works his way through a sold-out UK arena tour which saw all 125,000 tickets fly out in advance.

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He will play to more than 50,000 fans on July 18, 2020, at Hampden Park - previously scene to shows from the Stone Roses, Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Oasis and Bruce Springsteen. It will be the biggest show of his career and a real statement of just how big his famous "bonny" is burning. Gerry said: "Hampden Park in the sunshine. We'll have that place rocking easy". That new album, The Bonny, is out on April 10 on his own label Little Runaway. (Image: PA) It follows Erratic Cinematic, his phenomenal debut which has been certified Gold with over 125,000 sales and 115million Spotify plays. His new single Sun Queen went straight to No1 in the official vinyl sales chart and next song Dark Days is already looking set to follow suit. The Hampden move is a massive leap even for an act who has rocketed from unknown to stardom purely on the strength of word of mouth from his fans. He pulled the biggest crowds of the weekend at TRNSMT in 2018 and 2019, and fans can see him at sold out SSE Hydro dates on December 20 and 21. Fans who pre-order The Bonny from / will receive access to a pre-sale for tickets to the Hampden Park show. The ticket pre-sale opens at 9am on Wednesday November 13 and remains open until the general sale commences at 9am on Friday November 15 from www.gigsinscotland.com Gerry Cinnamon has shared details of a new album and a homecoming show at Hampden Park. The Scottish singer-songwriter has confirmed he'll play the Glasgow stadium show on July 18, 2020 and has also announced his new album, 'The Bonny'. The follow-up to his Top 20 2017 debut, 'Erratic Cinematic', will hit shelves on April 10, 2020 – a few months before his mammoth gig at Scotland's national stadium. Cinnamon said of the news: "Hampden Park in the sunshine. New album under my belt. We'll have that place rocking easy." The musician will follow in the footsteps of The Rolling Stones, Coldplay, Oasis and The Stone Roses in playing the stadium. Last month Cinnamon released a new single called 'Sun Queen' as part of a double A-side. He is currently touring the UK – see 2019 dates below. NOVEMBER 7 – Liverpool M&S Bank Arena 8 – Leeds First Direct Arena, 9 – Cardiff Motorpoint Arena 11 – O2 Academy Bournemouth 12 – University of East Anglia Union 15 – O2 Academy Brixton, London 16 – Newcastle Utilita Arena 23 – Aberdeen, P&J Live DECEMBER 21 – Glasgow SSE Hydro In other news, Cinnamon is to join Liam Gallagher as a special guest at several shows on the latter's forthcoming tour of Australia. The 'Belter' singer will join the Oasis icon at Brisbane's Fortitude Musical Hall on Friday December 6, before continuing at Sydney's Enmore Theatre on Monday December 9. A final performance with Gallagher will take place at Melbourne's Margaret Court Arena on Wednesday December 11. Gerry Cinnamon has announced he'll play Hampden Park next summer in his biggest show yet. The Glasgow singer, currently on a UK tour which has sold out multiple arena shows, will play the national stadium on July 18. Gerry has also today revealed that he'll release his eagerly anticipated second album 'The Bonny' on April 10 on his own Little Runaway label. The current tour includes sell out shows at Glasgow's SSE Hydro and P&J Live in Aberdeen. General sale for the Hampden show commences at 9am on Friday November 15. Fans can secure tickets earlier by preordering the album from the Gerry Cinnamon store.