Kezia Gill
  • Monday 25 November 2024, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £27.50
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Join Kezia Gill on “The Story So Far” tour, an enchanting musical journey across the UK that begins in her hometown at the stunning Derby Cathedral on October 18th. From there, she’ll perform in Portsmouth, Exeter, Cardiff, Leeds, Gateshead, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, and London.

Fans can expect an evening of stories and song as Kezia shares her personal journey – the tale of a girl and her guitar. With her soulful voice and genre-blending artistry, Kezia Gill has enraptured country music enthusiasts worldwide. Supported by BBC Radio 2 and sharing stages with legends like Marty Stuart, and modern country stars such as Breland, she notably opened for Bruce Springsteen at BST Hyde Park in London. From intimate venues to grand arenas, her magnetic stage presence leaves a lasting impression. With iTunes Number One singles and sold-out headline tours, Kezia Gill embodies the essence of modern country music, captivating audiences with every note. This year also marks her debut at the coveted CMA Fest in Nashville, a testament to her rising star in the country music scene.

This acoustic show will feature some fan-favourites from her back catalogue, stripped back and reimagined along with some new material. Audiences can look forward to hearing personal stories tied to the set list as Kezia shares her journey so far. This is a fully seated tour, allowing fans to sit back, relax, and enjoy touching moments, plenty of laughs, and an inside look at the life of a girl from Derby on her path to becoming one of the UK’s most beloved country artists.

Don’t miss your chance to experience the magic of Kezia Gill live, as she brings her heartfelt story and unforgettable music to a city near you.

Please note that that tickets for this events will be unallocated. If you have any access requirements, please email us at boxoffice@stollerhall.com and we will be happy to help.

Kezia Gill
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £27.50

Join Kezia Gill on “The Story So Far” tour, an enchanting musical journey across the UK that begins in her hometown at the stunning Derby Cathedral on October 18th. From there, she’ll perform in Portsmouth, Exeter, Cardiff, Leeds, Gateshead, Liverpool, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, and London.

Fans can expect an evening of stories and song as Kezia shares her personal journey – the tale of a girl and her guitar. With her soulful voice and genre-blending artistry, Kezia Gill has enraptured country music enthusiasts worldwide. Supported by BBC Radio 2 and sharing stages with legends like Marty Stuart, and modern country stars such as Breland, she notably opened for Bruce Springsteen at BST Hyde Park in London. From intimate venues to grand arenas, her magnetic stage presence leaves a lasting impression. With iTunes Number One singles and sold-out headline tours, Kezia Gill embodies the essence of modern country music, captivating audiences with every note. This year also marks her debut at the coveted CMA Fest in Nashville, a testament to her rising star in the country music scene.

This acoustic show will feature some fan-favourites from her back catalogue, stripped back and reimagined along with some new material. Audiences can look forward to hearing personal stories tied to the set list as Kezia shares her journey so far. This is a fully seated tour, allowing fans to sit back, relax, and enjoy touching moments, plenty of laughs, and an inside look at the life of a girl from Derby on her path to becoming one of the UK’s most beloved country artists.

Don’t miss your chance to experience the magic of Kezia Gill live, as she brings her heartfelt story and unforgettable music to a city near you.

Please note that that tickets for this events will be unallocated. If you have any access requirements, please email us at boxoffice@stollerhall.com and we will be happy to help.

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