🔴 Update – June 2021
Jamie Cullum concert scheduled for July 12 at UJ21 postponed to 2022. On July 12, Bokanté and Cécile McLorin Salvant with Sullivan Fortner will perform at the Arena. Refund applications can be submitted until June 30, 2021, through the ticket purchase channels.
- Refunds applications can be submitted until June 30, 2021 (through the ticketing company channels);
- Tickets purchased for the Jamie Cullum concert (UJ20 – UJ21) are not valid for the new set (Bokanté/ Cécile McLorin Salvant with Sullivan Fortner);
- Tickets purchased for the Jamie Cullum concert (UJ20 – UJ21) are not valid for the 2022 date.
Jamie Cullum at UJ21 on July 12 (postponed to 2022)
With millions of records under his belt, a Grammy nomination (best vocal jazz album) and a Golden Globe nomination (the song of Gran Torino, Clint Eastwood’s film), plus numerous other awards and nominations, Jamie Cullum is today a star whose transversal popularity goes beyond codified genres.
Cullum was defined, for the tumultuous global success of ‘Twentysomething’, his third album, the British jazz artist capable of the fastest record sale in history. It was just the beginning. Over time, the label of jazzman has become increasingly cramped for Cullum who, starting from jazz (‘Pointless Nostalgic’ and ‘Twentysomething’ were the records which brought him to the attention of the general public), and thanks to a very versatile talent, has expanded his musical horizons, ranging between soul, hip hop, rock and pop.
Jamie Cullum sings, plays piano, guitar and drums, and writes songs in which he manages to mix the many influences that have marked his formation as an Essex boy in love with all good music.