Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey has announced ‘Jack Daniel’s Presents’ will return for a second year this autumn in what will be a night to remember with multi-award winning Scottish rock band, Biffy Clyro. Continually supported by the press, the trio have won a wide range of major awards, which includes four NME Awards (2 x Best British Band, Best Live Band and Best Music Video); four Kerrang! Awards (Best British Band, Classic Songwriter, Best Album and Best Music Video); and two Q Awards (Best Live Band and Best Album).
Attendees will have the chance to see Biffy Clyro like never before at Digbeth Arena, Birmingham, in October. All of the proceeds from the ticket sales for the event will go to the Music Venue Trust, the charity acting to protect, secure and improve UK grassroots music venues, which Jack Daniel’s has been a longstanding supporter of since 2015.
Having headlined the Isle of Wight and Download festivals earlier this year, Biffy Clyro’s performance at Jack Daniel’s Presents gives fans the opportunity to see the band in an exclusive setting outside of their tour and festival appearances.
This October, Jack Daniel’s Presents Biffy Clyro:
- Location: Digbeth Arena, Birmingham
- Date: Thursday 17th October 2019
- Price: Tickets cost £30. All guests can expect to receive a complimentary drink per person from an exclusive Jack Daniel’s cocktail bar
- Ticket information: 300 tickets will be available to purchase via DICE from Wednesday 28th August
Caroline Lesur, Head of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey UK, commented: “This year, Jack Daniel’s Presents will be bigger and better than ever before, and we’re honoured to have Biffy Clyro headlining the gig in addition to supporting emerging British talent.”
As part of Jack Daniel’s continued support of independent artists and venues, the band will be supported by an up-and-coming act which will be selected through an open competition in partnership with O’Neill’s and DIY Magazine, called ‘Sound of Summer’. This month, Jack Daniel’s and O’Neill’s have been on the hunt for the UK’s emerging act, with regional heats taking place in 32 branches up and down the country. The grand prize includes opening this year’s Jack Daniel’s Presents gig and a three-day tour across the UK in the run up to the event, courtesy of Jack Daniel’s.