Paul Simon Added To Summer Pops Festival

Singer joins Diana Ross, The Stranglers and Crowded House in Liverpool

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Paul Simon is the latest headliner to be confirmed for this year’s Summer Pops festival in Liverpool this Summer.

The singer, celebrating 40 years in music, returns to Summer Pops on July 6, after playing the event back in 2002.

Commenting on his last headline appearance, Simon says: “Liverpool was the very best concert on my European tour and the audience were also the best. I really enjoyed the show. What an audience, the reaction was really fabulous. I can’t wait to come back.”

Twelve time Grammy winning artists Simon is famed for classics such as “Bridge Over Troubled Waters”, “Homeward Bound” and “Mrs Robinson”.

He was also awarded a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2003 for his work as half of Simon and Garfunkel.

Tickets for Paul Simon’s show are on sale today (April 2).

More artists for the Liverpool music festival are still to be announced.

Mick Hucknall (July 1)
The Australian Pink Floyd Show (July 4)
Paul Simon (6)
Counting Crows (8)
Crowded House (9)
Deacon Blue (11)
Diana Ross (12)
Def Leppard, Whitesnake, Thunder (15)
Michael Bublé (20)
The Stranglers, Blondie (22)
The Australian Pink Floyd Show (26)


Tickets and more line-up info is available by clicking here for www.accliverpool.com

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