10 years on from the release of his self-titled debut album, Jake Bugg is still going strong, most recently testing his creative boundaries with the genre-exploring Saturday Night, Sunday Morning record.
The debut catapulted Bugg into the spotlight, winning a BRIT Award for “Best British Newcomer” in 2013 and nominated for the coveted Mercury Prize in the same year.
Now, he is ready to celebrate the anniversary with two special sets at the Liverpool Olympia, one performed with a full live band and the other acoustic.
“One Night at the Olympia” will comprise some of the Nottingham singer-songwriter’s biggest hits in the company of a string section and choir, along with some special guest appearances promised throughout the evening.
Standing, seated and box tickets are available along with with VIP tickets also on sale, including early access to venue queue jump, an illustrated and signed one-off poster, seats in either the royal or viewing box and a VIP lanyard.
The show takes place on Thursday 24th August, and promises to be a unique and memorable gig for all in attendance, with the Olympia providing the perfect setting for for a landmark night in Jake Bugg’s impressive career.
Ticket information is HERE.
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