Nordoff Robbins Scotland and sponsors SSE have today announced that Kyle Falconer will take part in an intimate Rock ‘N’ Rolls gig at Glasgow’s Hard Rock Cafe on Sunday 4th November. The gig will celebrate Kyle’s nomination for Best Album, sponsored by Hard Rock Cafe, at this year’s SSE Scottish Music Awards. Tickets on sale 9am Friday 26th October.
With only 100 tickets on sale, fans will get the once in a lifetime chance to experience a Hard Rock brunch with a twist as Kyle performs an exclusive, acoustic set in the private setting. Taking place in the iconic rock’ n ‘roll food and music venue on Buchanan Street, tickets are £13 (including booking fee) with ALL profit going to the country’s largest music therapy charity, Nordoff Robbins Scotland, which provides music therapy to over 400 vulnerable children and adults across the country every week, from Dundee and Perth to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Providing the rock’ n ‘roll soundtrack to an intimate brunch, fans will be treated to a Sunday afternoon well spent at Hard Rock Cafe with one of the most exciting singer-songwriters the country has produced. With his debut solo album No Thank You released in July of this year, Kyle has over a decade in the music industry under his belt and has certainly proved himself as a prolific songwriter and performer. Having toured with the likes of Liam Gallagher last year, Kyle’s live shows are always as energetic as the man himself and the bespoke Rock’ N’ Rolls brunch gives his biggest fans the chance to experience it all in a private setting on a lazy Sunday afternoon in Glasgow, all in the name of charity. The one-off brunch will begin at 3pm with teas and coffees served, followed by an acoustic set and breakfast rolls plus the chance to meet Kyle himself.
The Dundonian will perform at one of the biggest nights in Scottish music later this year, as he takes to the stage at the SSE Scottish Music Awards in Glasgow’s SEC, on Saturday 1st December. Kyle is nominated for Best Album sponsored by Hard Rock Cafe, and joins Snow Patrol, Mark Knopfler, Tom Grennan, Amy MacDonald and The Snuts at this year’s ceremony.
The SSE Scottish Music Awards have been the main fundraising event for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins Scotland since the awards were launched. Funds raised on the night are a vital part of the charity’s ability to provide music therapists and sessions to those who need it most.
Since it was established in 1971, Hard Rock has been committed to a wide variety of philanthropic causes and activities around the world. For more than 47 years, Hard Rock International has made it both its business and its abiding passion to make the earth a safer, healthier and better place to live.
*Tickets are priced at £13 (inc BF) and include entrance to the exclusive acoustic gig, teas/coffees, breakfast rolls, pastries and access to Kyle Falconer’s informal meet and greet. Parties may be merged with other bookings, seating not guaranteed. Buy tickets to Kyle Falconer’s Rock’ N ‘Rolls brunch here from 9AM on Friday 26th October – http://bit.ly/rrtix18