A chart topping musician will perform in York this summer.
Acoustic singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti will headline a show at the Museum Gardens on Thursday 18 July.
He will be supported by special guests Foy Vance and Benjamin Francis Leftwich.
Jack Savoretti has been making albums for more than 16 years. Two of his studio albums reached number 1 in the UK charts, and he has multiple gold-selling statuses.
His reputation as a singer-songwriter is shown by the collaborators he attracts, including Bob Dylan, Kylie Minogue, Shania Twain and Nile Rodgers.
Most recently he worked with Katherine Jenkins on the special recording of ‘What The World Needs Now’ in aid of War Child.
Irish singer songwriter Foy Vance will also be appearing. Signed to Ed Sheeran’s Gingerbread Man record label, he has released six studio albums and has a long history of successful tours under his belt.
Completing the line-up is York’s own Benjamin Francis Leftwich who will be returning to his hometown. He has drawn comparisons to the likes of Damien Rice and Jose Gonzalez and has racked up over 150 million steams on Spotify.
York residents with a YO1, YO24, YO30, YO31 and YO32 postcode have exclusive priority pre-sale which runs though today (Thursday, 1 February) – go here to buy tickets.
Tickets go on general sale at 9am tomorrow, Friday 2 February, here.
The concert is one of four on consecutive nights at Museum Gardens being staged by Futuresound Events.
Shed Seven will play two homecoming gigs there on 19 and 20 July.