To celebrate the release of his debut album Lighting Matches Tom Grennan will be performing in Knutsford as part of a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title attempt for “Most live concerts in 12 hours (multiple towns)”.
Ahead of appearances at Reading & Leeds, Y-Not Festival, and Kendal Calling, the singer has given himself quite the challenge to celebrate his first LP.
On Wednesday 11th July, Grennan will be travelling from Manchester to Marlborough, playing 10 immediate shows in towns with a populations of at least 5,000 and less that 15,000. The shows will be free, with tickets to be made available online. Where venues don’t exist, he will be travelling with his own stage, sound and lighting.
Knutsford’s venue has yet to be confirmed but the intimate albeit brief show should be a treat for fans considering his October tour will see Tom play to a 2,600 capacity crowd at Manchester Academy (12th).
The 12 hour tour will visit:
Little Lever, Bolton
Chipping Sodbury, Bristol
Each performance will be for 15 minutes and will need a minimum of 10 ticketed guests.
Lighting Matches features his current single Barbed Wire and previous hits Sober (daytime playlists at Radio 1, Radio 2, Virgin, Absolute and Radio x) and Found What I’ve Been Looking For, which was used as the title music to Sky Sports’ Premier League coverage and has racked up over 20 million streams.
1. Found What I’ve Been Looking For
2. Royal Highness
3. Barbed Wire
4. Run in the Rain
6. Lighting Matches
7. Lucky Ones
9. I Might
10. Make `em Like You
11. Something in the Water
12. Little By Little Love
2. Secret Lover
3. Sweet Hallelujah
4. All Goes Wrong (Acoustic) – Chase & Status (feat. Tom Grennan)