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KT Tunstall

KT Tunstall
Bents Park
12:00pm to 5:00pm
Free. Priority Access Tickets £5

KT Tunstall will kick off this year's hugely popular South Tyneside Festival Sunday Concerts!

The very talented singer song writer, famous for hits such as 'Suddenly I See' and 'Black Horse and the Cherry Tree', will be headlining this open-air concert, set at the heart of South Shields' Seafront.

Also on the Bents Park stage this afternoon will be great support acts in Big Red & The Grinners and Charlotte Yanni. 

Priority Access Tickets

This event is free admission, however following huge demand for the concerts in previous years you can now purchase a Priority Access Ticket.

If you wish to guarantee entry into Bents Park, it is recommended that you purchase a Priority Access Ticket. It also allows you access into the park earlier at noon.

Tickets are just £5 per person (free for under 5s) and are available from:

  • Ticketmaster at or call 0844 844 0444.
  • In person at the Shop @ The Word, Market Place, South Shields, NE33 1JF. Open Monday - Thursday 9am to 6pm, Friday 9am to 5pm, Saturday & Sunday 10am to 4pm.

Get your Priority Access Tickets soon

There are only a limited amount of Priority Access Tickets, and are available from now up until seven days before each concert, so be sure to purchase yours early!

Find out more about Priority Access Tickets.

Buy Priority Access Tickets

More information

Gates open noon for Priority Access Tickets, approx 12.30pm for free entry for which no tickets are required.

Further information about the Sunday Concerts

  • Bents Park
  • Sea Road
    South Shields
    Tyne and Wear
    NE33 3NB

These events are brought to you by South Tyneside Council. With thanks to our sponsors Port of Tyne, Colmans Seafood TempleTown Centre Automobiles and the Little Haven Hotel. Thanks also to the support of BBC Newcastle.

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