Rising from a self-released debut album, ERRATIC CINEMATIC, Gerry Cinnamon has become a
stadium, castle and arena-filling headliner. His hotly anticipated second album, THE BONNY, shot
straight to UK Number 1 in the Official Charts and became the third biggest selling UK album released
that year. Two platinum albums featuring multiple platinum singles, his music crosses generations in a
way that only a handful of wordsmiths can – relatable, relevant and a true story teller.
Gerry spent last year playing his biggest shows to date. His 350,000-capacity UK and Ireland tour,
originally due to happen in 2020, included sold out shows at Birmingham and Manchester Arenas,
London’s iconic Alexandra Palace, the 25,000 capacity Malahide Castle, Dublin, and Musgrave Park
Stadium, Cork. He also headlined at Swansea’s Singleton Park, the second biggest show ever held in
the Welsh city, AND set the record as the first artist to sell out three headline shows at the Belsonic,
Belfast, playing to over 60,000 fans.
The record-breaking tour concluded with two history-making homecoming shows at Hampden Park,
Scotland’s National football stadium. With these shows, playing to over 100,000 fans, Gerry
Cinnamon made history as the first independent act and indeed the first Scot to sell out multiple nights
at the national stadium.
Gerry’s gigs have become folklore – joyous mass fan singalongs inspiring a dedicated following that
has swelled, via word-of-mouth, to global phenomenon