Jess Glynne announces she’ll perform a series of live outdoor shows across the UK next Summer 2024. From Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre to London’s Crystal Palace Bowl, Glynne’s return to the main stage is set to be one of the hottest tickets for the summer season next year.

This news follows the recent arrival of Glynne’s latest single from her newest era of music, ‘Friend of Mine’. The single comes after the summer banger ‘What Do You Do?’, accompanied by an MK Remix and acoustic version. The singles mark a new and more personal chapter for the GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter, who has delivered some of the most memorable dance-pop hits of the past decade.

Speaking on the announcement, Jess said: “Can’t wait to get back on stage and go live for all my people! It’s gonna be a good year… Let’s go.”

Presales for Glynne’s exhilarating summer live shows will start Wednesday 25 October, at 9am local time with general on-sale following on Friday 27 October at 9am, local at

Jess Glynne, U.K. Summer Shows 2024

Saturday 15th June Scarborough, U.K. Open Air Theatre
Sunday 16th June Lincoln, U.K. Lincoln Castle
Friday 28th June Bedford, U.K. Bedford Summer Sessions
Saturday 29th June Cornwall, U.K. The Wyldes
Friday 12th July Llangollen, U.K. Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod 2024
Friday 26th July Margate, U.K. Dreamland
Thursday 8th August Halifax, U.K. The Piece Hall
Friday 9th August London, U.K. Crystal Palace Bowl

Jess Glynne made history by becoming the first British female solo artist to score seven number ones on the UK Singles Chart – among them ‘I’ll Be There’, ‘Hold My Hand’ and ‘Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself’. Her two previous Platinum selling albums have both become Number 1 records and she collected three Ivor Novello nominations, won a Grammy, and racked up nine Brit Award nominations and 1.2 billion streams.

As Glynne prepares her third album for release, she says ‘It’s a pop record – I’m a pop girl. But there’s a lot of variety. The sound of the record is raw, honest, and vulnerable’.

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