Jess Glynne to play Lincoln Castle
Tickets for the show go on general sale tomorrow (Friday October 27).
The live show 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."
The Lincoln show will be on Sunday June 16.
Cuffe and Taylor are working closely with Lincoln Castle to deliver a spectacular series of concerts for 2024, making a major commitment to Lincoln to bring some world class acts to perform in this outstanding historic location.
This is the second announcement to be made by promoters Cuffe and Taylor, who have already announced their first date at Lincoln Castle as Paloma Faith, who will be performing at the castle on Saturday June 22, 2024.
Mark Harrison, Cuffe and Taylor, comments: “We are thrilled to add another world class act to our Lincoln Summer Concert series. Jess Glynne is a dynamic and exciting live act, with hit after hit song.
"We are committed to bringing some of the best live acts in the world to the iconic Lincoln Castle, it’s a stunning venue in one of England’s finest cities! The team at Lincoln Castle have been working very closely with us and it’s a joy to work with such a dedicated and passionate team.”
Coun Lindsey Cawrey, executive councillor for culture at Lincolnshire County Council, said: “We’re so excited to announce another amazing act for next year, and we can’t wait to welcome Jess Glynne to Lincoln Castle.
"Seeing these world-class entertainers in a such a beautiful and historic setting will be a totally unique experience for fans. Our 2024 summer concert series is shaping up to be utterly fabulous and will bring visitors from across the region, providing a real boost for Lincoln and the county.”