British music icon Paul Weller has announced a new gig in the North East as tickets are to go on sale soon.

The legendary singer-songwriter is set to play hits from across his career at the Stockton Globe on April 13, 2024.

The news was announced by the Stockton Globe on Twitter as pre-sale tickets are set to go on sale on November 30.

General sale tickets will go on sale on December 1 and dedicated fans can sign up for the Stockton Globe newsletter to gain exclusive presale access.

Former frontman of The Jam, Paul Weller spearheaded the Mod revival in the late ‘70s and ‘80s scoring a number of hits. These included A Town Called Malice and Going Underground.

After The Jam split in the early ‘80s, Weller soon formed the neo-soul and American R&B-influenced Style Council with The Merton Parka’s Mick Talbot.

Following their disbandment in 1990, Weller embarked on a solo career, with Talbot remaining as a regular contributor.

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This new North East gig marks the second show the music icon will play in the region, as he is also set to headline Scarborough Open Air Theatre on July 7, 2024.

Weller's headline spot adds to a star lineup including Fatboy Slim, Deacon Blue, JLS, Jess Glynne, Status Quo, and Busted for the theatre’s 2024 summer season presented by Cuffe and Taylor.

Julian Murray, venue programmer at Cuffe and Taylor, hailed Weller as a "true music icon" and anticipated an "incredible night" at Scarborough OAT.