Cliff Richard

October 10

Brighton Centre

SIR Cliff Richard will be celebrating his 80th birthday with us.

The veteran singer, has announced he will be performing at the Brighton Centre on October 10 next year.

The show will be part of The Great 80 Tour, to coincide with the Peter Pan of pop's 80th birthday celebrations.

One of Britain’s best-loved musicians, Sir Cliff started out with his band The Shadows and shot to fame in the late 1950s before pursuing a successful solo career in music and on stage and screen.

He has sold 250 million albums worldwide with 14 number one hit singles.

The tour will kick off on September 23 at Gateshead with nationwide dates lined up throughout the UK including two birthday finales at London’s Royal Albert Hall.

With over 60 years in the British music industry, Sir Cliff has staggeringly sold more than 250 million albums worldwide achieved 14 number one singles, and seven number one albums.

Tickets are available through

Michael Buble.

August 7

County Ground

GLOBAL megastar Michael Bublé announced a date in Hove on his latest UK tour.

The Grammy Award-winning signer is planning 10 new tour dates in 2020.

Bublé will be at the Central County Cricket ground on Friday, August 7.

The tour kicks off in Bath in July and will see the singer perform at Hatfield House, the Pattonair County Ground Derby, Warwick Castle, Emirates Riverside Durham, Leeds Harewood House, Exeter Powderham Castle and Cardiff Castle.

The singer had taken a break from singing and recording following the announcement of his son’s cancer diagnosis in 2016.

“An Evening With Michael Bublé” is his first tour in four years.

Tickets are available at

Photo: Dave Lawrence

The Kaiser Chiefs

January 30

Brighton Centre

ROCK band Kaiser Chiefs announced a nine date tour of the UK for early 2020 with special guests Razor Light.

The Leeds five-piece play the Brighton Centre on Thursday, January 30.

One of the most successful British guitar bands of the millennium, frontman Ricky Wilson promised the show would be "undeniably fantastic and undeniably Kaiser Chiefs."

Picture: Stuart Walker.


November 24

Brighton Dome

TWO time BRIT Award winner Gabrielle will be back to mark the 20th anniversary of her most popular album Rise.

The Rise Again Tour will be celebrating 20 years since the release of her number one album.

Gabrielle will be performing her greatest hits including Dreams and Out of Reach.

Last year Gabrielle released her first studio album in 11 years. the eye patch may be gone but she is showing she has still got it.

Rick Astley

April 18

Brighton Centre

YOU might think Rick Astley would have given up touring more than 32 years after his most famous hit. But he aint never gonna. His 11-date greatest hits tour will feature special guest KT Tunstall and see him perform to a combined audience of 80,000 people.

This year has seen him complete a gargantuan 38-date stadium tour as special guest to Take That.

His shows are a celebration, mixing the famous hits that he made his name with alongside current fan favourites.

Rick’s wide-ranging love of music means that his sets are often peppered with some inspired covers - as vintage as AC/DC’s ‘Highway To Hell’ and as contemporary as Calvin Harris and Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s ‘Giant’.

His show is tipped to be a "crowd-pleasing cocktail powered by his famous vocal, easy-going charm and incendiary live band."

Tickets from, or over the counter at the Brighton Centre box office in Kings Road.

Simple Minds

April 20

Brighton Centre

Simple Minds celebrate 40 years in music by embarking upon a major world tour in 2020.

The band has experienced a remarkable journey since releasing their debut album Life in a Day in 1979.

Rousing choruses and booming atmospherics made them one of the most iconic bands of the Eighties - and one we definitely wouldn't forget about.

With five UK number one albums under their belts, Simple Minds have topped the singles charts on both sides of the Atlantic, sold over 60 million albums.

Picture: Dean Chalkley

David Essex

October 17

Brighton Centre

Seventies heartthrob David Essex will be playing the Brighton Centre as part of his first major tour in more than four years.

Singles including Lamplight, Hold Me Close and Gonna Make You A Star made Essex a household name and the 18-date UK tour will see him perform much-loved hits spanning his career.

He said: “I’ve had so many requests to tour again, so I’ve decided to do one more tour. It should be fun.”

Essex first shot to fame after playing Jesus in the musical Godspell. Since then he has enjoyed a remarkable career combining concerts, records, theatre, composing, films and television.

Tickets via and

Dionne Warwick

September 30

Brighton Dome

Legendary six-time Grammy Award-winning recording artist Dionne Warwick will perfrom in Brighton as part of her "Farewell Tour".

The 79-year-old said: "After almost six decades I’ve decided it’s time to put away from touring trunk and focus on recording, one off concerts and special events.

"I still love performing live, but the rigours of travelling every day so far from home, sleeping in a different hotels each night, one concert after the other, is becoming hard.

The show will include a selection of her classic Burt Bacharach and Hal David hits such as I Say A Little Prayer, Do You Know The Way To San Jose, and Walk On By.

Warwick is one of the most-charted female vocalists of all time, with 56 of her singles making the Billboard Hot 100.