Gerry Cinnamon’s first headline UK and Ireland arena tour is completely sold out, including extra nights added in Glasgow and London. And with the Aberdeen P&J Live Arena now sold out at full standing capacity – this will break the record for the BIGGEST EVER indoor show in Scotland.
Unmatched in his ability to operate outside of the mainstream, Gerry, while choosing to remain unsigned, has become a cult hero and force to be reckoned with since self-releasing his debut album Erratic Cinematic, which recently rocketed back to the top of the UK Album Charts; hitting the Top 20, at number 17, following massive performances at Glastonbury and TRNSMT Festival.
His inimitable live shows are infamous for their wild atmosphere and special sing along moments; with his crowd singing every word – to every song – many before they are even released. His upcoming arena tour dates continues his legacy of sold-out shows; with over 115,000 tickets gone within hours of going on-sale.
The singer, who was recently nominated for Best Live Act and UK Breakthrough in the Association of Independent Music Awards, has also confirmed more new music is on the way, following the release of his latest single – Canter.
On his winter tour dates, Gerry said: ‘The last run was top class. Expect nothing less from this tour it’s just a wee bit bigger again. I heard Aberdeen is going to be the biggest ever indoor show in Scotland, that’ll be wild. They’ll all be wild to be honest. I've been trying to keep a lid on it but the bonfire’s burning big time so what else am I going to do?!’
On life since his debut album Cinnamon says: ‘I just put the album out there, on my own, no plan really just thought if folk like it they’ll listen to it, if they don’t they won’t. Then it kicked off a bit and I had to book some gigs. They sold in seconds so we booked some more, venues got further away and bigger, same again. And repeat. Played a few nights in Amsterdam, that was fun. German tour too. I’ve been touring heavily the last year or so. It’s been amazing but now all I want to do is get new tunes out sharpish.’
On his latest single Canter: ‘Canter is one of those songs, upbeat, bit of energy to it and a wee bit of knowledge for the ears of anyone who needs it. It’s about making a plan no matter what situation you’re in make a plan and things will get better. Canter had to be the first new single, folk were shouting for it. I’ve got plenty more lined up that I want to drop before these next gigs. Sooner the better.’
Frequently Asked Questions
- Is there parking available at P&J Live?
Yes, there is parking available onsite at P&J Live.
Parking charges will apply.
Please note parking availability may differ for SPE Offshore Europe. Please see our event ordering page for parking at OE.
- How can I purchase tickets for a concert at P&J Live?
Tickets are available from our ticketing agent Ticketmaster on www.ticketmaster.co.uk or by calling 08444 77 9000.
P&J Live do not sell tickets directly.
- What time is the Box Office open?
Our box office at P&J Live will be open on concert days only. This will be open from 17:30 on the date of the show only and closes once the main act comes on stage.
If you have any ticketing or box office queries contact [email protected]
- Will I be able to purchase food at P&J Live?
There is a wide range of food and beverage options available to purchase for concerts and events, including catering outlets offering a variety of hot food options.
Please note - it is against venue policy to allow patrons to bring in their own food and drink to the venue.
- Are there cash machines available at P&J Live?
There will be no cash machines on site, however contactless payments are welcome.
- Do you have a cloakroom during concerts?
We do not have cloakroom or storage facilities at P&J Live for concerts and shows.
- Can I bring my camera to a concert?
Compact cameras and camera phones are permitted at concerts unless otherwise stated. Any camera which has a removable lens is not permitted within the venue. This is a stipulation of the acts and their promoters, due to copyright issues.
Photographers must contact P&J Live (who will pass the request on to the relevant promoter) to request a press pass which, if granted, will allow access with a professional camera.
- How do I get to P&J Live from outside Aberdeen?
Getting into Aberdeen has never been easier with the completion of the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route.
P&J Live is located close to Aberdeen airport, six miles northwest of the city centre you can reach the venue using a range of transport options.
For more details see our Visiting page.
- Where can I stay while visiting P&J Live/Aberdeen?
At P&J Live we have 2 on-site hotels are perfect for concert-goers, organisers and event delegates seeking the most convenient place to stay.
The adjoining hotel 4 Star Hilton, has 200 bedrooms, an executive lounge, restaurant and spa. There is a further on-site hotel the Aloft with 150 bedrooms. There are also over 11 hotels within a 5 minute drive from P&J Live available for use.
- How do I purchase accessible seating for a show at P&J Live?
All the tickets for our Special Access Platform are sold via our ticket agent Ticketmaster.
In order to purchase tickets for this, please call 0800 988 4440 then be put through to an operator who can assist.
Further information on accessibility at the Venue can be found on our Accessibility page.