Tickets Go on Sale this Week for Jess Glynne One Off Gig in Swansea
How exciting the ticket release date has been announced and what a Fab Christmas Present tickets to Jess Glynne one off gig being held in Singleton Park, Swansea in the Summer of 2019 would be.
The Summer in Swansea 2019 promises to be a sensational one after singer Jess Glynne has become the first major star to announce she’s staging a gig at Singleton Park in July.
Jess is currently on a world tour promoting her chart-topping second album and one of the places she will be playing to thousands of fans is Singleton Park in Swansea.
Jess will be playing at the park on Sunday 28th July and the tickets go on sale from 10am Friday 14th December 2018.
Swansea Council Support Awesome Outdoor Concert Venue
Robert Francis-Davies, Cabinet Member for Innovation, Regeneration and Tourism, said that “Jess’ one-off gig proves that world-class bands and fans alike are taking notice of Swansea as a destination for top quality music.”
He said: “There’s no doubt about it. Showcasing Swansea on BBC’s Biggest Weekend last summer was a huge success. It’s proved not just to fans but to the management of some of the world’s biggest bands that we know how to put on a show.”
“Jess Glynne will be following in the footsteps of the likes of Ed Sheeran, Florence and the Machine and Taylor Swift who were watched by 60,000 fans across the two days at the park and millions more on TV. We are thrilled to be seeing Jess Glynne next summer and we’re sure thousands of her fans will be making the trip to Swansea to enjoy the event.”
He added: “Singleton Park’s reputation as a top venue for outdoor concerts is growing every year and we’re sure there will be more great news to come. Everyone in the music industry is talking about us and that’s brilliant because they know the support, we provide on the ground to facilitate shows of this kind is second to none.”
Although all the ticketing and site management will be the responsibility of Jess Glynne’s tour promoters Orchard Events. Swansea Council and its partners will be providing support outside the park with traffic management, car parking, sign-posting, other facilities and keeping local residents informed as arrangements are worked out.
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