Fresh from his show stopping performance alongside Take That at the Kings Coronation in Windsor last month, Calum Scott announces details of a one-off headline show – The Songbook So Far at London’s Eventim Apollo on Tuesday, March 12th 2024.
In what will be a celebration of the acclaimed singers decade long career, fans can expect to see Calum perform all of his hits so far, including “Dancing On My Own”, “You Are The Reason”, “Biblical”, “Where Are You Now” and “If You Ever Change Your Mind”.
Of the show, Scott said in a statement: “Since I brought my ‘Bridges World Tour’ to London late last year at the iconic Palladium, I have been pining to be back! I have done a few special shows in London, my last one in 2018 at Union Chapel and that really was unique for me, but I have really grown as a man and as an artist in those five years. A lot has changed for me and that is directly reflected in my music, my performances but most importantly, my shows. I’m not going to give anything away; you’ll have to come see ‘The Songbook So Far’ for yourself – you won’t regret it!”
Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, June 9th at 10am here.
With a 2023 BRIT nomination for 2022’s “Where Are You Now” with Lost Frequencies, this year has already proven a milestone year in Scott’s career. The musician collaborated with DJ Jax Jones to create the contagious, high-energy single, “Whistle”, performing the track on the winter series of ITV2’s Love Island and opening the BAFTA TV Awards.
As a celebrated live performer, Calum has sold over 75,000 tickets across 64 shows in over 32 countries across the UK & Europe, North America, Asia, Oceania, South Africa, and South America between 2022-2023.
He will perform at several festivals, and special performances this summer across Europe including Disneyland Paris for Pride, and is confirmed to appear before Mika at Canons Marsh Amphitheatre in Bristol on June 21st 2023.