Highly-tipped Scottish music star to make Aberdeen debut later this year

Beluga Lagoon will be performing at Aberdeen's Music Hall later this year
-Credit: (Image: Graham Noble)

One of Scotland's most highly acclaimed musical talents has announced a one-off Aberdeen show this autumn as he prepares to take to the stage at the Music Hall on Saturday, 12 October.

Beluga Lagoon, the project helmed by Scottish wildlife filmmaker Andrew O'Donnell, has been captivating audiences across the country with his nature-inspired music.

Following the success of his headline show at Glasgow's Barrowland Ballroom – which sold out in a mere three minutes – O'Donnell is bringing his enchanting sound to Aberdeen for the very first time.

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His music, described as an ode to the great outdoors, has already amassed over 4 million streams on Spotify, capturing the hearts of listeners far and wide.

With each performance, he continues to build on his reputation as one of Scotland's most promising musical talents. The new album "The Slugs Bunnet" was released at the end of May, to critical acclaim.

This Aberdeen debut promises to be a night to remember, with O’Donnell excited to take to the stage in the city for the first time.

He said: "We’re always getting requests to play Aberdeen, so we’re delighted to be heading up there this October, to headline the iconic Music Hall. We’ve a few surprises in store and can’t wait for a special night."

Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased through Skiddle and the Aberdeen Music Hall Box Office.