Seth Lakeman - Salisbury Cathedral

2nd Mar 2019 7:30 pm

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This performance takes place at the Cathedral.
Please note this show will go off sale at the City Hall box office at Midday. This means the latest time for purchases and for collections from us will be 12.00pm, after this time you will need to purchase or collect tickets on the door at the visitors entrance to the Cathedral from 18.30pm. Tickets on the door will only be able to be purchased with cash.
View the seating plan here

With Support from
CARUS THOMPSON


Tickets:
£34 - Front of Main Nave Rows A:K
£32 - Front of Main Nave Rows L:DD
£27 - Rear of Main Nave Rows EE:VV
£22 - Front of South Transept Rows SA:SF (Wheelchair seats available in this seciton)
£17 - Rear of South Transept Rows SG:ST
£16 - Unreserved Resticted View
(Ticket prices include a booking fee of £2)
* All online transactions will be subject to an additional £2 fee.


Seth Lakeman takes a break from the Robert Plant musical juggernaut in Autumn 2018 to release his ninth studio album ‘The Well Worn Path’ and head back out touring around the UK with a new band line-up in November and in Spring 2019.

The charismatic singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist found time at the beginning of the year, in between charging around the globe with Robert Plant and his band, the Sensational Space Shifters, to record a new studio album.

It’s a return to a no-nonsense, organic, classic folk-rock approach with hints of Fairport Convention, Neil Young, Nick Cave and Billy Bragg - plus Lakeman’s trademark foot-stomping, fiddle bow-shredding and soaring vocals. Seth brought in top producer Ben Hillier and along with long-time collaborator Ben Nicholls on upright and electric bass, he was joined by new boys Kit Hawes on electric and acoustic guitar and drummer Evan Jenkins.

BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winner Seth Lakeman’s previous albums include Mercury Prize nominated ‘Kitty Jay’ and the gold-selling ‘Freedom Fields’.

www.sethlakeman.co.uk
www.facebook.com/sethlakeman

 

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