Globally renowned singer Gregory Porter praises International Eisteddfod during evening of smooth soul and jazz
Jazz, blues and soul singer, Gregory Porter piled praise on the International Eisteddfod during his stunning performance on Friday 7th July, thanking it for its commitment to bringing together people in the spirit of love and peace and supporting the survival of folk music.
Speaking from the stage of the Royal International Pavilion, Porter related two of his great hits to the ethos behind the annual festival: “There’s good vibes here,” he said.
Fans urged to secure seats before tickets sell out, following strong sales for the soul, jazz and gospel singer’s performance it the Llangollen International Musial Eisteddfod this summer
Fans of the acclaimed soul, jazz and gospel singer, Gregory Porter, are being urged to book tickets for his appearance at the Llangollen Eisteddfod, after it was confirmed to be his only North Wales and North West performance this year.
Sales of tickets to see the Grammy award-winning singer songwriter’s North Wales debut have been strong since their release, but news that – amidst a jam-packed international tour schedule – this is to be his only show in the North Wales and North West this year has prompted a surge in sales.
The Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod is set to celebrate its 70th anniversary milestone with a star-studded concert line up featuring performances from renowned bass-baritone Sir Bryn Terfel, iconic American Jazz, Soul and Gospel singer, Gregory Porter, vocal harmony group, The Overtones and the Only Boys Aloud Academi, as well as a whole host of global dance and musical talent.