When: 16th and 17th July 2022
Scottish singer-songwriter and acoustic guitarist, Gerry Cinnamon is bringing his brand new tour – to Glasgow Hampden Park Stadium for two dates on 16th and 17th July 2022.
Gerry Cinnamon has confirmed several outdoor dates at venues. This includes Nottingham’s Victoria Embankment, as well as Swansea’s Singleton Park and not to mention Cardiff Castle. Equally important are two huge homecoming shows at Glasgow’s Hampden Park for June and July 2022.
Gerry Cinnamon (born Gerry Crosbie) rose to fame in the Glasgow acoustic music scene. Hosting celebrated open mic nights in the city’s bar. With his introspective approach, coupled with his socially conscious lyrics, he quickly built a strong fan base in and around the city.
When the blues-inspired singer, songwriter and guitarist released his debut track Kampfire Vampire in 2015, it helped expand his loyal following throughout Scotland. Quickly growing in status, he was, of course, named the Best Live Act at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards in 2016.
Glasgow underdog turned arena superstar!
In July 2017, Gerry played to a large, enthusiastic audience at the inaugural TRNSMT Festival on Glasgow Green. His debut studio album Erratic Cinematic came out that autumn and climbed to No.17. He capped off the year winning the prestigious Great Scot Award for entertainment.
Already a revered wordsmith and storyteller through his song lyrics, Gerry began to build a reputation for his inimitable live act. Most of 2018 was spent on the road performing a sold-out Scottish tour as well as dates across Britain and Ireland. He returned to TRNSMT that summer and supported Courteeners on their run of arena shows.
After headlining a stage at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebration, he spent the summer of 2019 performing at a slew of festivals in the UK. Firstly including Glastonbury, secondly the Isle Of Wight and thirdly TRNSMT. Abroad he performed at Benicàssim before embarking on a winter tour.
In April 2020, Gerry released his sophomore album The Bonny through his own label Little Runaway. It reached No.1 on the official UK albums chart and spawned the hit singles Canter and Where We’re Going.