The Proclaimers announced for Edinburgh Castle Concert, heres how to get tickets

The Proclaimers announced for Edinburgh Castle Concert, here\s how to get tickets

The Proclaimers to play Edinburgh Castle in 2019

The band will play in Melrose, Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow as part of their 14-month tour in support of this years Angry Cyclist album.

Later that month, the band plays at Edinburgh Castle on July 20, while the final show takes place at the Glasgow Hydro on September 14.

The Proclaimers, brother, Craig and Charlie Reid, said: “We are looking forward immensely to coming home during the summer for four major Scottish shows. The atmosphere in Scotland is unique and the whole band looks forward to the concerts.

“Its our first major show in the Borders for several years, great to be returning to Bught Park and the Highlands audience, our first show back in the Castle for many years and also going back to the Hydro and closing our Angry Cyclist World tour with the final show in Glasgow.”

Mark Mackie, director of promoters Regular Music, added: “Its great news that The Proclaimers are coming out next summer, covering the country from north to south and east to west with these four very special shows for Scotland.”

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Twins Craig and Charlie Reid will make their long anticipated return to The Esplanade on Saturday 20 July 2019 in one of four major Scottish summer gigs they will play next year.

Announcing the date Craig and Charlie Reid said, We are looking forward immensely to coming home during the summer for four major Scottish shows.

The other summer gigs will be at Melrose Rugby Club on Saturday 15 June, Bught Park in Inverness on Saturday 6 July and Glasgows SSE Hydro on Saturday 14 September.

The brothers added, Its our first show back in the Castle for many years, our first major show in the Borders for several years, its great to be returning to Bught Park and the Highlands audience, and also going back to the Hydro and closing our Angry Cyclist World tour with the final show in Glasgow.

Currently on their biggest ever sell out UK tour having sold in excess of 80,000 tickets, the Reid brothers Angry Cyclist Tour began in July this year and ends in September 2019.

It debuted in the UK official album charts at 17 and at No 3 in the UK official independent album charts.

Audiences at The Castle can expect to be treated to all the classic Proclaimers hits including Sunshine on Leith, (Im Gonna Be) 500 Miles, Letter From America, Im On My Way, Life With You and Lets Get Married along with a selection of tracks from their recent album.

Concert promoter Mark Mackie, director of Regular Music said, Its great news that The Proclaimers are coming out next summer, covering the country from North to South and East to West with these four very special shows and I am delighted one of them is at Edinburgh Castle.

Nick Finnigan, Executive Manager of Edinburgh Castle, added, The Proclaimers have countless fans from Scotland and beyond, and we look forward to welcoming them all next year for what will be an unmissable concert.

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