The most successful touring show with a multi-artist line-up in the world, the Solid Silver 60’s Show, will once again play to audiences up and down the UK as it has done for an incredible, record-breaking 34 years, for what could be the last time ever!  Often imitated, it has never been bettered!

Celebrating the original package shows of the 1960’s, where fans would see a raft of artists performing their hits on one incredible bill, the Solid Silver 60’s Show has performed to over a million people since its first tour in the 1985.

The tour has seen an incredible range of artists share the stage together, some that had you told people way back when, they would have scarcely believed!  Such luminaries in the tour’s history have included Bobby Vee, Billy J Kramer, Gerry and The Pacemakers, The Troggs, The Searchers, The Merseybeats, Del Shannon, Duane Eddy, and Brian Hyland.

2019 is no different, featuring original pop stars and hit makers of the era: Peter Noone of Herman’s Hermits, Brian Poole of The Tremeloes, Dave Berry, and Vanity Fare.

Famed as front man of the incredibly successful Herman’s Hermits, Peter Noone’s canon of hits include I’m Into Something Good, No Milk Today, Kind Of Hush, and My Sentimental Friend.  Having sold countless records worldwide, Noone has regularly toured on both sides of the Atlantic for several decades, having his first solo hit with the David Bowie-penned Oh You Pretty Things, which Bowie also performed piano on the recording of.

As lead singer of beat group The Tremeloes, Brian Poole had an incredible number of hits that went on to become staples of the era, including their first chart entry Twist And Shout which went on to sell over a million copies, Do You Love Me, Candy Man, and Someone Someone.

One of the original teen idols, Dave Berry garnered attention for his unique live performances, appearing to the audience always hidden behind a prop, as well as his notable songs including Memphis, Tennessee, This Strange Effect; a hit on Continental Europe particularly where he still enjoys celebrity status, and The Crying Game, voted by Time Out as one of the top fifty Saddest Songs of All Time.

Completing the hit-laden line-up of acts will be Vanity Fare, who dominated the charts in 1970 with their track Hitchin’ A Ride which sold over a million copies, as well as the top ten hit Early In The Morning.



Date Venue
Fri 15th Cliffs Pavilion Southend
Sat 16th Swan Theatre High Wycombe
Sun 17th The Anvil Basingstoke
Mon 18th Orchard Theatre Dartford
Tue 19th Venue Cymru Llandudno
Thu 21st Grand Theatre Blackpool
Fri 22nd The Theatre Southport
Sun 24th Grand Theatre Leeds
Tue 26th Victoria Theatre Halifax
Wed 27th Playhouse Theatre Edinburgh
Thu 28th Caird Hall Dundee
Fri 29th Royal Concert Hall Glasgow
Sat 30th Music Hall Aberdeen
Sun 31st Empire Theatre Sunderland


Date Venue
Wed 3rd The Hawth Crawley
Thu 4th Playhouse Theatre Weston Super Mare
Sat 6th Pavilion Theatre Worthing
Sun 7th Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth
Tue 9th New Victoria Theatre Woking
Wed 10th Alban Arena St Albans
Fri 12th Princess Theatre Torquay
Sat 13th Opera House Buxton
Sun 14th The Theatre Milton Keynes
Mon 15th Mayflower Southampton
Thu 18th Royal Concert Hall Nottingham
Fri 19th Grand Theatre Swansea
Sat 20th City Hall Sheffield
Sun 21st Embassy Theatre Skegness
Tue 23rd Congress Theatre Eastbourne
Wed 24th Philharmonic Hall Liverpool

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