This April will see New York City’s pop-jazz sensation, Postmodern Jukebox, make their first stop in the UK at Bournemouth’s Pavilion Theatre on 12 April. The extraordinary 23-date run brings their innovative twist on classic sounds across the pond, performing ‘today’s hits yesterday’ throughout the UK in April and May.
“Times change and trends come and go, but – like a 1961 Jaguar XK-E – the classic sounds of the past only appreciate with age. Whether you’re a vinyl aficionado or a TikTok fashionista, catch a ride with us for an unforgettable trip through 100 years of timeless music.” —Scott Bradlee.
Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox’s ‘Life In The Past Lane’ Concert Tour is a celebration of the greatest 20th-century musical genres, uniquely fused with the recognisable hits of our own modern era for the perfect patina of vintage and modern. This musical time machine will be landing in the UK next spring, taking the audience on an extraordinary journey through bygone music eras!
Commencing in the coming fortnight, the ‘Life In The Past Lane’ tour is the latest tour from Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox, who have just completed another run-up and down their home country, thrilling American audiences.
PMJ is set to debut the show in the UK at Bournemouth’s Pavilion Theatre on 12 April, as well as visiting York, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Manchester, Brighton, Norwich, Nottingham, Liverpool and many more. The tour will also include Oxford’s New Theatre on 15 April and the iconic Royal Festival Hall on the capital’s landmark South Bank on 28 April.
As always with PMJ’s outstanding live performances, ‘Life In The Past Lane’ will feature an ensemble filled to the brim with some of today’s most exciting vocalists, instrumentalists, and tap dancers. Surprise special guests often join the core line-up, ensuring each concert experience is tremendously incomparable – making for an electrifying live music experience of this and any other time period.