Gyptian to perform two live concerts this summer

Don't miss your chance to see Jamaican music sensation, Gyptian as he heads to the UK for two live concerts!

Skiddle Staff

Last updated: 7th Jun 2024

Want to feel held by the sounds of Gpytian this summer? If your answer was yes, you're in luck as the sensational reggae singer will be doing two live concerts. 

Known for his hit banger, 'Hold Ya (Hold Yuh)', Gyptian will bring you all your favourite classics from his fruitful discography, which we guarantee will only have you wanting more. This star has no fear when it comes to the stage, with his last summer tour doing bits, we know these two concerts will only be bigger and better. 


Tickets hit general sale next Friday (14th June). However, to get more information about both events, scroll down and sign up now!



When: Saturday 27th July 2024 

Where: Empire in Middlesbrough

Gyptian will be making his first stop in the lovely town of Middlesbrough on the 27th of July, where he'll head to the booming location of Empire to get you swaying and singing from 7 pm - 11 pm. So what are you waiting for? Sign up now to enjoy some ultimate throwbacks this summer with Gyptian. 


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When: Saturday 3rd August 2024 

Where:  Network in Sheffield

Gyptian will also be making an appearance in Sheffield. He'll be performing at Network, an iconic live venue and nightclub, so you know it's going to be a big one! 

Gyptian is no stranger to brining the party and he will be doing so with the use of his stunning vocals and lively stage presence. And if you don't want to miss out on seeing this Jamaican superstar, check down below to sign up!


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