Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Plus special guest Lauren Ray and Everything Is Music
After coming runner-up on the seventh series of UK’s The X Factor, Rebecca Ferguson has not been short of success since her first appearance on the reality TV show in 2010.
Her record-breaking debut album Heaven, was released in 2011 and had critical and commercial success selling 128,000 copies in its first week. The album peaked at No. 3 in the UK Official Charts, making her the fastest-selling debut solo artist of the past decade (2007-2017). The strong debut follow up album Freedom was released in 2013, followed by her third studio album Lady Sings The Blues, in which Rebecca covers a number of jazz classics made famous by Billie Holiday. Having released her fourth album Superwoman last year, Rebecca has come a long way from the shy twenty-something audiences first saw on television 7 years ago, and has demonstrated her versatile style with ease.
Rebecca has proven herself to be a recording artist with a passion for her craft that is second to none and she is still continuing to flourish as a confident songwriter and stunning live performer, embarking on countless tours across the UK, Europe and US. This working-class girl from Liverpool has no plans on stopping anytime soon.
Enjoy a pre-concert or interval drink in our private hospitality space, the 1840 Room, for just £7 per person including a free drink.
Avoid the crowds in the Grand Foyer Bar, and relax and enjoy views across the city from our third-floor 1840 Room. Spaces are limited so book early.
The 1840 room will be open from 90 minutes prior to the concert start time, and during the interval (it’s closed during the performance).
£28.50, £35, £60 (VIP)
7.5% per order administrative fee applies for online & telephone orders, this includes all costs and postage is free. More information about booking fees.