James Arthur to headline Skyline Series

PUBLISHED: 18:00 04 August 2018

James Arthur.

James Arthur.


A chart-topping X Factor winner will perform on a South West stage this month as part of a show which promises a party atmosphere.

James Arthur will perform at Bristol’s Harbourside Amphitheatre, in Explore Lane, on August 24 at 6pm.

The Middlesbrough man won ITV’s X Factor back in 2012, and has since scored number-one hits with tunes like Say You Won’t Let Go and Impossible, and his 2016 album Back From The Edge won critical acclaim.

A huge crowd is set to pack into the amphitheatre, making for a memorable night.

The show is part of the Skyline Series, which will see a long list of big-name acts, including The Vamps and Texas, perform around Bristol in the coming weeks.

Arthur will be supported on stage by the soulful JP Cooper, famous for his hit September Song, and Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt.

Tickets, priced £33.05-151.20, are available online.

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