One of the world’s best rock bands will be storming Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre’s (AECC) GE Oil & Gas Arena this summer. No strangers to the North-east, Stereophonics will play Aberdeen on Thursday 14 July for the seventh time.

The band will perform hits from their latest album ‘Keep the Village Alive’ as well as their classic songs. The album was written and produced by frontman, Kelly Jones, and debuted at number one following the acclaimed 2013 platinum album ‘Graffiti on the Train’. Since winning a Brit Award in 1998 for Best New Group, the band has developed a sound that is like few others.

Mark Mackie director of Regular Music said: “It is with real delight we are able to announce that Stereophonics will play in Aberdeen this July. It is sure to be a cracker of a night!”

AECC’s Senior Sales Manager, Anna Mackenzie, said “Having Stereophonics back at AECC is a great addition to the already fantastic line up of events we have at the venue this year. Tickets go on sale on this Friday (Friday 29 January) at 9am and we are sure they will be snapped up pretty quickly!”.



For more information, please contact Susan Kerr, PR & Marketing Executive, AECC on [email protected] or 01224 330 479.



Tickets go on general sale on 29th January at 9am.

This is a seated and standing show and tickets are priced £39.50 plus booking fee.

Tickets can be purchased from



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