Fresh from playing their 1,000th show, retro musical collective Postmodern Jukebox (PMJ) has announced the UK leg of their 2025 “MAGIC & MOONLIGHT” World Tour, including a one-night-only performance at London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall.

The group will headline the famed Royal Albert Hall in London on April 23 before visiting cities the length and breadth of the country.

If we’ve learned anything from ten years of touring the world, it’s that great music has the ability to transcend time and space in a way that is best described as ‘magic,” says Postmodern Jukebox creator and show director, Scott Bradlee. “In fact, all of us likely have a song or two that instantly transports us to another place. Our ‘Moonlight & Magic’ World Tour is meant to celebrate this phenomenon through breathtaking live performances that will be remembered long after the curtain falls.

Concertgoers can expect to enter a parallel musical universe where modern-day earworms and iconic pop hits alike are reimagined in classic genres like 1920s jazz, Swing, Doo-wop and Motown, and brought to life by a cast of some of the world’s best singers, dancers, and instrumentalists. Think “The Great Gatsby” meets “Sinatra at the Sands” meets “Back! …To The Future”.

When Bradlee started making YouTube videos that remade the hits of today in the classic styles of yesterday, a “viral” success story was born —one that quickly led to sold out shows across North America and Europe in the Summer of 2014.

The touring act received rave reviews from industry publications and world-renowned artists alike. In the years that followed, “PMJ” built a reputation as the “Saturday Night Live of singers” by introducing audiences to dozens of exceptional musical artists and turning them into bonafide stars.

Tickets are on sale Friday 21st June at 10am here

UK Tour dates:
April 2025

23rd London Royal Albert Hall
24th Reading The Hexagon
25th Bristol Beacon
26th Cambridge Corn Exchange
27th Brighton Dome
29th Guildford G live
30th Sheffield Octagon Centre

May 2025
1st Leicester De Montford Hall
3rd Gateshead The Glasshouse ICM
4th Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
5th Aberdeen Music Hall
7th York Barbican
8th Torquay Princess Theatre
9th Southampton O2 Guildhall
11th Cardiff New Theatre
12th Birmingham Symphony Hall
13th Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
14th Northampton Derngate
15th Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
16th Manchester Bridgewater Hall

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