Five Open Air Theatre shows rescheduled including Lewis Capaldi and Lionel Richie

Scarborough's Open Air Theatre has announced new dates for five rescheduled headline acts.

Friday, 26th March 2021, 11:38 am
Updated Friday, 26th March 2021, 11:40 am

The coronavirus pandemic had threatened to cancel shows this summer at the Open Air Theatre, but as restrictions begin to ease rescheduled dates have now been announced.

Keane will now play on Saturday August 21, 2021; Snow Patrol's show has moved to Friday September 10, 2021; and Duran Duran's gig has moved to Friday September 17, 2021.

Two acts will no longer play at the venue this summer, but will instead return in 2022.

Jess Glynne at the Open Air Theatre in July 2019.

Lionel Richie's summer show has moved to Saturday July 2, 2022

Lewis Capaldi's gig has moved to Thursday July 7, 2022.

In a post on Instagram, Lewis Capaldi said: "I'm really sorry I won't be out there with you this year, but I'll be back in 2022 with new music and loads of shows in as many places I can possibly get to across the world."

Yorkshire indie heroes the Kaiser Chiefs have already announced their rescheduled show, as have reggae-pop legends UB40 featuring Ali Campbell and Astro.

Tickets already purchased will remain valid for the new dates listed above. Ticketmaster will contact customers to confirm details.

More information and tickets for all shows at Scarborough Open Air Theatre are available here.