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Tom Jones to return to The Piece Hall for 2024 gig

Sir Tom Jones will star at Live at The Piece Hall 2024 <i>(Image: Submitted)</i>
Sir Tom Jones will star at Live at The Piece Hall 2024 (Image: Submitted)

MUSIC legend Sir Tom Jones has today announced he is joining the sensational line-up for Live at The Piece Hall 2024.

Sir Tom will return to the Halifax attraction's historic open-air courtyard – where he played a sold-out show in 2022 – on July 12 next year.

With a remarkable career spanning more than six decades, Sir Tom is widely considered to be one of the greatest singers and recording artists of all time.

Sir Tom joins Nile Rodgers and CHIC, Tom Odell, Pixies, Richard Ashcroft, Jess Glynne, McFly, Fatboy Slim, Loyle Carner and rock legends Status Quo among the headliners for Live at The Piece Hall 2024 – with many more to be announced.

Nicky Chance-Thompson, chief executive of The Piece Hall Trust, said: "What can I say about the legend that is Sir Tom.

"Due to popular demand I'm over the moon that he has agreed to come back to our wonderful Piece Hall.

"His incredibly special, sold-out gig here in 2022 was a highlight of the season and I can't wait to hear his beautiful voice breathing life into our iconic courtyard again next year."

The iconic Welsh star has sold more than 100 million records and continues to be an esteemed and influential figure in the music industry.

At the age of 83, Sir Tom has received some of the best reviews of his career for his most recent Ethan Johns-produced albums Surrounded By Time, Long Lost Suitcase, Spirit In The Room, and Praise & Blame.

Critics have praised both the recorded material and Sir Tom's performances, highlighting his undeniable and unique talent in both the studio and on stage.

Tickets for Sir Tom's show go on general sale via ticketmaster.co.uk at 9am on December 1.

For more information about Live at The Piece Hall 2024, visit thepiecehall.co.uk

A Grade I-listed building, The Piece Hall is a unique architectural and cultural wonder.

It originally opened in 1779 for the trading of 'pieces' of cloth produced on handlooms as part of Yorkshire's famous cottage industry and is the only remaining Georgian cloth hall in the world.

Now an award-winning leisure, retail, cultural and heritage destination, The Piece Hall has welcomed more than 13.5 million visitors through its historic gates since it re-opened on August 1, 2017.