13th February 2022 O2 City Hall Newcastle
After an eighteen month break due to the global Coronavirus pandemic The Classic Rock Show is back, bigger and even better, celebrating the very best-of-the-best of Classic Rock.
Musical Director James Cole said:
“We’re really excited to be back, it will have been two years since our previous tour and I still can’t believe we managed to get 25 shows in early 2020 before the first lockdown began.
Now looking at 2022, the venues have done a fantastic job to follow guidelines, and to ensure the audience, band, and crew will all feel safe.
It has given me full confidence that everyone can tour safely.
We want the audience to feel they can switch off from outside world, reminisce, go back to in time, and enjoy the music!”
Paying homage to its favourite rock heroes, the Classic Rock Show thunders through legendary performances from the likes of Led Zeppelin, Dire Straits, Steely Dan, Eric Clapton, AC/DC, Queen, The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, The Who, and many many more.
Alongside many other accolades, (including an exclusive performance at Hornbill Festival in Nagaland- India to 6,000 adorning fans), the CRS found a new residency on the UK’s very own This Morning, with two performances to date, and third to come in the early New Year!
Taking things to an even higher level this will be their most ambitious tour yet, with legendary guitarist Peter Thorn (Don Henley, Chris Cornell) at the helm.
Performed with note-for-note precision, bringing the original iconic and era defining recordings back to life on stage, with a sound and light show to match.
Anthem after anthem, riff after riff and solo after solo, culminating in a show-stopping guitar duel that is definitely not to be missed.
Don’t miss The Classic Rock Show!
|Saturday||8th January||Stoke||Victoria Hall|
|Monday||10th January||Norwich||Theatre Royal|
|Friday||14th January||Liverpool||Philharmonic Hall|
|Saturday||15th January||Liverpool||Philharmonic Hall|
|Monday||17th January||Cheltenham||Town Hall|
|Tuesday||18th January||Guildford||G Live|
|Thursday||20th January||Eastbourne||Congress Theatre|
|Sunday||23rd January||Shrewsbury||Theatre Severn|
|Wednesday||26th January||Leicester||De Montfort Hall|
|Friday||28th January||Birmingham||Town Hall|
|Saturday||29th January||Birmingham||Town Hall|
|Tuesday||1st February||Cambridge||Corn Exchange|
|Wednesday||2nd February||Basingstoke||The Anvil|
|Friday||4th February||Cardiff||St Davids Hall|
|Saturday||5th February||London||Cadogan Hall|
|Sunday||6th February||London||Cadogan Hall|
|Friday||11th February||Edinburgh||Queens Hall|
|Saturday||12th February||Dundee||Caird Hall|
|Sunday||13th February||Newcastle||City Hall|
|Tuesday||15th February||Scunthorpe||Baths Hall|
|Wednesday||16th February||Harrogate||Royal Hall|