It is with regret that due to the situation with regards to coronavirus in the UK and around the world, the Andrea Bocelli shows due to take place in October 2020 have been postponed and will now take place in October 2021. All tickets remain valid.
Tickets for the original date of Saturday 17th October 2020 will be valid for the new date of Saturday 2nd October 2021
Tickets for the original date of Friday 16th October 2020 will be valid for the new date of Sunday 3rd October 2021
These shows will see Bocelli bring an all-new show format to his legions of fans – the first part a more classical program, showcasing his most well-known operatic arias, with the second part containing his most popular hits.
The shows will feature songs from Bocelli’s latest album ‘Si’ as well as a wide repertoire from across his 15 studio albums.
Andrea Bocelli released his highly anticipated new album ‘Si’ in 2018 – his first brand new material in 14 years – billed as “a celebration of love, family, faith and hope”. ‘Si’ also featured tracks co-written with Ed Sheeran and Tiziano Ferro as well as duets with Dua Lipa, fellow contemporary classical star Josh Groban, soprano Aida Garifullina, as well as a collaboration with Bocelli’s son, Matteo.
Reportedly the biggest selling solo classical artist of all time with 85 million worldwide album sales, Bocelli has performed for four US Presidents, two Popes and many Royal families across the world, as well as at high-profile ceremonies for the Olympic Games and the World Cup. The Maestro has countless music awards to his name over the past 25 years in music and even boasts a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, which he received in 2010 for his contribution to live theatre.
Bocelli is renowned worldwide as one of the most accomplished representatives of Italy’s finest vocal tradition, his rich and unique voice being one of the most distinctive of all time. The tenor actively supports numerous philanthropic causes furthering medical and scientific research, tackling poverty, as well as promoting compulsory primary education worldwide.