• Some of the big names in Rock & Pop set to hit Edinburgh’s 5-star Usher Hall stage this Autumn include Lewis Capaldi, Adam Ant, Sigrid and Wet Wet Wet.
• Tickets on sale at www.usherhall.co.uk
Some of the biggest names in rock and pop music, from 80s legends to current chart-toppers, are coming to Edinburgh’s Usher Hall this Autumn.
The Autumn gig season highlights exactly why the Usher Hall is one of the best places to catch the biggest names in music, from modern popstars to veteran legends.
Scottish megastar Lewis Capaldi skyrockets into the Usher Hall this December for one of his last dates of 2019, a year in which his career truly took off to fantastic heights. This follows a mammoth tour stemming from the US to Europe, and Capaldi is set to bring his chart-topping hits ‘Bruises’ and ‘Someone You Loved’ to the home-country audience. This intimate gig follows 2 sold-out dates at this year’s Summer Sessions in Princes Street Gardens and Capaldi is sure to have the crowd buzzing with excitement
2019 has also been a smash hit year for Norwegian popstar Sigrid, who hits the Usher Hall stage in November following the release of her debut album ‘Sucker Punch’ in March. Sigrid’s unique sound will no doubt satisfy the many Scottish fans waiting to see her in Edinburgh.
Irish singer-songwriter Hozier is set to delight the Edinburgh crowd as he belts out songs like 2013 chart-topper ‘Take Me to Church’ while KEANE will bring some 2000s nostalgia to the stage in October, with songs like ‘Somewhere Only We Know’ sure to get the crowd going. Bill Callahan will also be playing in October to celebrate the release of ‘Shepherd in a Sheepskin Vest’, his first album in six years.
Synthopop superstar MARINA brings her Love + Fear tour to Edinburgh this Autumn. 2019 saw the release of her 4th studio album, ‘Love + Fear’, so MARINA has plenty of material to get the crowd up on their dancing feet all night. One of Ireland’s best known performers makes his triumphant return to Edinburgh, with Daniel O’Donnell sure to entertain fans of all ages. Daniel is celebrating the release of ‘The Gold Collection’ a sixty track album filled with recordings from his almost forty year career.
Early November sees two rock bands entertaining the crowds at the Usher Hall, as Rival Sons take to the stage on the 6th and Vampire Weekend on the 7th.
Love really is all around the Usher Hall as Wet Wet Wet return to the stage with new frontman Kevin Simm, who won The Voice UK in 2016. They will be playing all their hits, proving why they are one of the biggest musical success stories Scotland has ever had. In this triumphant homecoming gig on 9th November.
From co-writing songs on his newest album with Bob Dylan and Kylie Minogue, to playing all over the world, you can see for yourself why Jack Savoretti is one of Britain’s best folk-rock performers when he plays the Usher Hall on 15th November.
Scottish songbird Emeli Sandé makes a pit stop in Edinburgh on 17 November. The multi-platinum, chart-topping singer will hit the Usher Hall stage to sing material from her three albums, including best-selling 2012 release ‘Our Version of Events’. Her soulful voice will be sure to light up her home crowd.
Snow Patrol will be chasing cars straight to Edinburgh on their Wildness Tour, performing classic songs from the band and their brand new hits. Formed at the University of Dundee in 1994, Snow Patrol have a wealth of hits the crowd will know and love and are sure to put on a fantastic show.
The Usher Hall will also once again welcome a wealth of nostalgia, from some of the world’s best tribute acts to Adam Ant himself, performing as part of his Friend or Foe tour. These include – The Australian Pink Floyd Show, Now That’s What I Call the 80s LIVE, the Bootleg Beatles and The Chicago Blues Brother Christmas Party.