Eight more acts confirmed for Scarborough Open Air Theatre summer 2024 concert series

Scarborough Open Air Theatre has added a stack of new acts to their summer 2024 concert series line up.

The programme will include headline shows from Sir Tom Jones, Jess Glynne, Paul Weller and Fatboy Slim among other big acts. Status Quo kicked off this year’s shows at Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Sunday evening.

Quo frontman Francis Rossi told the packed crowd: “Brilliant to see you – what a great place – we’ve been here a few times and it’s very nice to be back. This is one of the nicest venues in England and we love coming here.”

Read more: Scarborough's businesses welcome music superstars with town's concert series to bring millions to the economy

As we’ve previously reported, organisers of the series, which includes 18 headline shows, believe the festivities will bring a £6m boost to the Scarborough economy. If you’d like to go to any of the events you can buy tickets by visiting Ticketmaster.

Now the summer gigs are here, the organisers have confirmed many support acts for the big shows. Below, you will find the full schedule which includes the full additions of support acts that we’ve previously not reported.

Take a scroll below and see who is playing the TK MAXX Presents Scarborough Open Air Theatre summer 2024 programme:

  • June 2 - Status Quo with support from The Alarm

  • June 15 - Jess Glynne with support from Issey Cross and The Mercians

  • June 18 - Simple Minds and Del Amitri

  • June 20 - Anne-Marie with support from Georgia

  • June 21 - Deacon Blue with support from The Lottery Winners

  • June 26 - Sir Tom Jones with support from Germein and Storry

  • June 29 - Johnny Marr and The Charlatans with support from Gaz Coombes

  • July 1 - Gregory Porter with support from JP Cooper

  • July 5 - Rick Astley with Support from The Lightning Seeds

  • July 6 - Fatboy Slim

  • July 7 - Paul Weller and Stone Foundation

  • July 11 - JLS with support from Lemar

  • July 12 - Madness and The Hoosiers

  • July 26 - James, Reverend and The Makers and Girlband

  • August 2 - Bill Bailey

  • August 8 - Korn, Wargasm and Loathe

  • August 29 - Becky Hill with support from Issey Cross

  • August 31 - Busted with support from Skinny Living and Soap

You can find all the key info you need about this summer's series here.

If you'd love to go to any of the shows above you can buy tickets through Ticketmaster.

You can find the latest event news in Yorkshire and nearby by visiting our What's On homepage. There you can also find days out guides for things to do across the region.

Yorkshire Live has launched Explore Yorkshire, which will look at Yorkshire's unique identity and destinations and celebrate God's Own County for what it is - the best place in the world. Whether you are looking for a day out, a weekend away or to try somewhere new, Explore Yorkshire is here to help. Our brilliant new newsletter will bring all of this content together for you in one place - sign up here to get it direct to your inbox.