Identical twins Craig and Charlie Reid, aka The Proclaimers, remain one of the most popular bands of the modern era.
With their iconic blend of folk-rock tunes which are passionate, emotionally honest and political, their heavily accented collection of raucous songs continue to resonate with new and old fans alike.
With tickets to see the Proclaimers, hotel accommodation and coach travel all included in this National Holidays Showtime break it’s so easy to see this fabulous live concert.
Expect all the hits including “Letter from America”, “I’m On My Way” and their euphoric anthem “I’m Gonna Be (500 miles)” which are guaranteed to get you singing along.
It is nearly 30 years since they had their first hit, but like a fine wine it seems The Proclaimers are getting better with age and beginning to write their legacy.
Known for their rousing, rallying and often witty anthems delivered with their strong Scottish identity, they have gone on to become on the Scotland’s greatest exports, selling millions of records worldwide.
Their appeal shows no signs of declining. In 2015 they were recognised as the sixth biggest live music act of the year following the release of their hugely acclaimed 10th studio album ‘Let’s Hear It For The Dogs’.
That tour followed their successful jukebox musical movie “Sunshine on Leith” which featured their songs and went on to become the fifth highest grossing independent UK film in 2013.
Their catchy songs, which you never tire of hearing, are now iconic. But when you see The Proclaimers live it’s the passionate delivery and distinctive harmonies which perhaps only siblings could create that stands out as much as the music.
Accompanied by a live band, the latest tour promises a smattering of their latest songs together with their biggest hits “Letter from America”, “I’m On My Way”, “Let’s Get Married and of course the crowd pleasing “I’m Gonna Be (500 miles)” for a brilliant night’s entertainment from the Leith boys. Use our holiday Search above to secure your place on this fabulous Proclaimers concert break.