Gerry Cinnamon is coming to Kilmarnock

September 28, 2018 by  

Indie folk star Gerry Cinnamon is set to perform in Kilmarnock as part of his latest tour.

The singer was known as Gerry Crosbie when he was brought up in part of Glasgow called Castlemilk. However, he will be Gerry Cinnamon when he takes the stage at the Grand Hall in Kilmarnock. Poster printing can help to create atmosphere at a wide variety of events.

Cinnamon has become something of a cult figure in Scotland in recent times. As a child, Cinnamon learned to appreciate music by The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, and Simon & Garfunkel. An Oasis fan, he has come up with successful tracks like ‘Sometimes’ and ‘Belter’. Since then, he has attracted enthusiastic crowds at the TRNSMT Festival. This annual event is held in Glasgow during the summer.

The star has enjoyed playing at other festivals too. In particular, he has performed twice at T in the Park. This allowed him to fulfil a specific ambition of his. Cinnamon has paid his dues, providing support for Ocean Colour Scene and John Power. Two years ago, the singer won recognition for the quality of his live act.

Fans of Cinnamon may have already purchased tickets for the gig in Kilmarnock. However, it is still possible to ask if there any tickets available for December 19. In addition, there are shows in Glasgow which might not have sold out as yet.