Labelled as the World’s greatest tribute act, Bookends are returning to Northern Ireland with their World class Simon and Garfunkel concert this June
Described as “not your average tribute show”, they don’t dress up or try to impersonate Simon and Garfunkel but instead pay tribute to the iconic sound that the duo are famous for by recreating the perfect harmonies, timing and diction that mesmerised a generation.
Performing the songs in a truly captivating way, their delicate recreation of the unmistakable sound of the American folk-rock duo is something of a masterpiece. Bookends have been performing their unique
World-class concert to audiences in some of the finest theatres and concert halls across the UK, Europe and the United States.
Collectively known as Bookends, Dan and Pete who, like their idols met in high school and began singing together from an early age. They will make their forth visit to Northern Ireland this June where will be making stops at The Crescent in Belfast, Down Arts Centre in Downpatrick and The Courtyard Theatre in Antrim. Pete from the duo talks of his excitement of making a return to Norther Ireland. “Due to touring commitments abroad, we’ve not made a trip across to Ireland for a couple of years now. It’s a shame it’s been so long as the audiences in Northern Ireland are always amazing. Folk music is part of their culture and history so they are always really enthusiastic and are there for a good time. We can’t wait to make the trip across the water again”
Hear classics such as Homeward Bound, Mrs. Robinson and The Sound of Silence. Also featured in the show is Bookends’ very own beautiful version of the smash hit Bridge Over Troubled Water which they have released as a single. The show is moving and captivating with Bookends being without doubt, the most authentic sounding tribute to the music of Simon and Garfunkel.
“One of the best tribute shows in existence anywhere in the world” Stuart Cameron
(Sky TV, BBC, ITV Broadcaster)
“Any Simon and Garfunkel fan should go and see this show” BBC Radio Devon
“Unique and slick! A must see show” BBC Radio Suffolk
Find out more at :
The Crescent, Belfast on Thursday 28th June 2018 at 8.30pm
Box Office: 028 9024 2338
Down Arts Centre, Downpatrick on Friday 29th June at 8pm
Tickets: £15 / £12
Box Office: 028 4461 0747
The Courtyard Theatre, Antrim on Saturday 30th June at 8pm
Box Office: 028 9034 0202