The final Halifax Piece Hall headline summer 2024 show has been announced.

As we’ve previously reported, lots of music megastars will be heading to the Halifax venue for outdoor concerts. Sir Tom Jones, Bill Bailey, Blondie, Grace Jones, Sheryl Crow, Underworld, Richard Ashcroft, Michael Kiwanuka and Rick Astley are among the acts confirmed for TK Maxx presents Live at The Piece Hall.

Biffy Clyro is the final headline announcement for the summer 2024 concert season with the band set to perform on Friday, August 23. Tickets will be on-sale at 10am on Friday, May 3 and can be purchased from Ticketmaster.

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Announcing Biffy Clyro as 2024’s final headliner, Nicky Chance-Thompson MBE DL, CEO of The Piece Hall Trust, said: “What an amazing band for our final announcement for this summer. Biffy Clyro compliment the rest of our line-up perfectly for what is our biggest, best and most diverse summer music season. Tickets are going to fly out for this so fans really need to be fast.”

Biffy Clyro will be joined at The Piece Hall by special guests Witch Fever. The Manchester post-punk outfit’s debut album Congregation won them an army of plaudits and they are currently opening for Cassyette on their European Tour.

Below you can see all the Halifax Piece Hall 2024 shows which have been announced so far:

  • June 7 – Blondie
  • June 9 – Blondie
  • June 13 – Sheryl Crow
  • June 15 – Annie Mac – Before Midnight – Featuring Jake Shears and Gina Breeze
  • June 16 – Nile Rodgers and Chic, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Deco
  • June 19 – Crowded House
  • June 22 – Grace Jones
  • June 26 – Air
  • June 25 – Placebo
  • June 27 – Michael Kiwanuka
  • June 28 – Underworld
  • June 30 – Tom Odell
  • July 7 – Rick Astley
  • July 9 – Loyle Carner
  • July 12 – Sir Tom Jones
  • July 13 – Idles
  • July 27 – Ministry of Sound with Ellie Sax and Friends – Ibiza Anthems
  • July 31 – Bill Bailey
  • August 1 – Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
  • August 2 – Richard Ashcroft
  • August 3 – The Stranglers and Buzzcocks
  • August 8 – Jess Glynne
  • August 9 – Korn and Loathe
  • August 10 – McFly
  • August 13 – Status Quo and The Alarm
  • August 20 – PJ Harvey
  • August 21 – Pixies
  • August 22 – The Streets
  • August 23 – Biffy Clyro
  • August 24 – Fatboy Slim
  • August 25 – Jungle
  • August 26 – Cian Ducrot

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