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  • Matthew Oxtoby
  • 09-12-2015 10:49:11

THE SUMMER’S BIGGEST SHOWS AT EUROPE’S LARGEST OPEN AIR THEATRE

Get ready for 2016…

25 JUNE - ALFIE BOE

Alfie Boe

West End and Broadway star Alfie Boe will headline what promises to be a moving and magical night of live music as Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre hosts a special Armed Forces Day concert.

Britain’s superstar tenor has been wowing crowds on both sides of the Atlantic for more than a decade.

And the star of such legendary stage productions as Les Misérables and La Bohème will play Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre on Saturday June 25.


30 JUNE WILL YOUNG

Will Young

Chart-topper Will Young is to headline what promises to be a night to remember at Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre.

The singer-songwriter – best known for hits including Love Revolution, Leave Right Now, Jealousy and Light My Fire – will perform at Europe’s largest open air theatre on Thursday June 30.

Will’s addition to Scarborough OAT’s 2016 programme is further evidence that it will be an unforgettable summer of live music on the Yorkshire coast.


09 JULY STATUS QUO

Status Quo

Status Quo are ready to rock Scarborough to its very foundations when they headline the resort’s Open Air Theatre next summer.

Following the critical and commercial success of their Aquostic (Stripped Bare)album and tour, the rock legends are going back to what they know best in 2016 – classic, loud rock ‘n’ roll.

Returning to full-on rock duty, the ‘Quo’ will play the Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Saturday July 9 in what is rapidly shaping up to be an unforgettable summer of live music on the Yorkshire coast.


05 AUGUST PAUL HEATON & JACQUI ABBOTT

Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott to Play Open Air Gig in Scarborough

Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott are to headline what is sure to be an unforgettable night at Scarborough Open Air Theatre.

The former Beautiful South duo’s legendary vocal sparring, rich, acerbic lyrics and utterly unique sound will be in full effect when they headline Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Friday August 5.


10 AUGUST SIMPLY RED

Simply Red

Thirty years after introducing a generation to the joys of soul music through their irrepressible, irresistible rendition of the Valentine Brothers’ recession-themed classic Money’s Too Tight To Mention, Simply Red are back with a World Tour and a brand new album ‘Big Love.’

And next summer they will be playing at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Wednesday August 10.

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