Stereophonics are Keeping the Village Alive with a handful of summer shows around the UK.
Stereophonics UK concerts
Updated: 28 January 2015
After releasing Keep The Village Alive in 2015 and a massive arena tour, Stereophonics have confirmed a number of UK shows for June and July.
The band’s live dates will include a huge homecoming stadium show in Wales; they will play Cardiff City Stadium on 4 June 2016 and will be joined by special guests The Vaccines and Band of Skulls.
The group’s summer gigs will take them to Nottingham on 2 June, Manchester on 7 July, Aberdeen on 14 July and Edinburgh – for two shows at Edinburgh Castle on 15 and 16 July.
Their live shows will give fans a chance to hear Kelly Jones (vocals/guitar), Richard Jones (bass), Adam Zindani (guitar) and Jamie Morrison (drums) perform tracks from their brilliant, new release Keep The Village Alive.
Keep The Village Alive is the Welsh group’s ninth studio album and includes C’est La Vie and I Wanna Get Lost With You. The classic rockers spent 2015 playing some of the UK’s biggest festivals. They followed their summer with a huge tour which saw the band treat fans to songs from their latest release.
With nine albums of material to choose from, Stereophonics 2016 live shows are not to be missed. For the band’s 2013 dates, Graffiti On The Train tour, tickets sold out for all 16 arena concerts. Stereophonics have built an undisputed reputation of being an incredible live act and are more than capable of wowing a large crowd. With Kelly Jones’ whiskey vocals and the band’s classic rock sound, they’re a band who you’ll have a good time with.
Throughout the years, some of Stereophonics incredible achievements include enjoying five consecutive UK number one albums (They were the eighth group to do so.), headlining the UK’s biggest festivals (from Glastonbury to V Festival) and selling over nine million copies around the world.
Head to one of Stereophonics’ concerts this year to hear the likes of C’est La Vie, I Wanna Get Lost With You and their classic hits, such as Dakota, Maybe Tomorrow and Have A Nice Day.