Stereophonics for Inverness gig

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Stereophonics to play Bught Park this summer.

Having headlined the likes of Glastonbury, TRNSMT and Lattitude and selling more than 10 million albums worldwide, Stereophonics have earned the title of one of the most critically and commercially successful bands by Clash.

2020 is a busy year for Kelly Jones and Co, the first part of which sees them playing 25 European and UK dates, promoting their 11th album ‘Kind’ which is described as being ’embedded with optimism providing a much needed hope for our challenging times’.

Of course it is anthems such as ‘Dakota’, ‘Have a Good Day’ and ‘Handbags and Gladrags’ that the band are best known for and no doubt the Bught will be bouncing to the tunes and more come July.Speaking about the latest show announcements the band said;

“We have some special summer shows!  We are excited to play to new audiences in new towns and cities – let there be SUN!”

The Inverness Show is being delivered under the Northern Nights banner. Northern Nights is made up of members of the team behind the hugely successful Belladrum Tartan Heart & Gathering Festival’s and Inverness’ Ironworks Venue. Caroline Campbell of Northern Nights Events stated;

‘We are absolutely over the moon to be bringing one of the UK’s most loved bands to Inverness this July in what is set to be the highlight of the summer!’

Tickets for the show go on sale at 10am on Friday 31 January via

Pre-sale info

From The Stereophonic Facebook page;

There will be an artist pre-sale on Wednesday 29th January – sign up to the Stereophonics mailing list (before Tues midday) for access.

If you are already on the Stereophonics mailing list, no need to sign up again.

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