Bryan Ferry To Play Her Majesty’s Tower

Elvis Costello and Gipsy Kings also play the historic site this July

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Bryan Ferry is one of the artists taking part in this July’s Tower Of London season of shows.

The former Roxy Music front man will headline on July 2, playing songs from his acclaimed recent ‘Dylan-esque’ album – as well as others from his extensive Roxy Music and solo catalogue.

Other artists taking part in the fifteen night event are Elvis Costello, Joe Cocker, James Morrison and Seal.

The Tower of London was first used as a live music venue last Summer, when it hosted the Princes Trust Concert featuring Ozzy Osbourne, Sugababes and Will Young.

The listings are as follows, support acts are still to be announced:

A Night in Fashion (June 28)
Gipsy Kings (29)
Bryan Ferry (July 2)
Joe Cocker (4)
Seal (5)
Katherine Jenkins (6)
Elvis Costello & Allen Toussaint featuring Steve Nieve (7)
Bryn Terfel (12)
James Morrison (13)
Dave Stewart Songbook (14)

More details will be available here from towermusicfestival.com soon

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