Robert Plant will tour the UK in December with Saving Grace, according to venues that have booked the band.
So far, eight Saving Grace shows have been announced for December but none have been confirmed on Plant’s official website.
“Look out for Saving Grace dates in December,” band member Suzi Dian posted on Facebook on October 25.
Here are the Saving Grace December tour dates we have spotted so far:
- December 9 – Dorking, England
- December 10 – Ipswich, England
- December 13 – Warrington, England
- December 14 – Chesterfield, England
- December 16 – Birmingham, England
- December 17 – Monmouth, Wales
- December 20 – Cheltenham, England
- December 21 – Aberystwyth, Wales
Have we missed any dates? Please get in touch to let us know!
Plant seemingly has big plans for Saving Grace, and his continued live performances with the band suggest that he plans to return to playing with them after touring with Alison Krauss in 2022 following the release of their second album in November.
Plant played a recent surprise show with Saving Grace on October 16 when they were announced at the last minute as the closing act of the Bewdley Festival in the UK.
LedZepNews reported in August that Plant has made the rare decision to trademark the band’s name for music and merchandise, a signal that he has big plans for the group.
We get it Robert, never stop what you love to do….fans number one fully support that!!
Robert was truly on form last night in Dorking with SAVING GRACE a fantastic set of songs from Wolverhampton and APPILATIA WHERE EVER THAT IS. Suzi Dian has a great voice. The guitarists were great and the drummer is a ballet drummer from the good old days. Definitely worth a listen. Great sound.
Listened to Robert Plant with Suzi and the amazing band members last night in Ipswich. A superior sound from a group of very talented guys. First saw Led Zep in the late 60’s and then at The Bath Festival in 1970 plus many others times.
Plant is a dedicated worker to his trade.
I was incredibly lucky to get one of the last few tickets to this gig. The song list was unknown to me apart from Season of the Witch. RP and SD have amazing vocal control and harmonies. The band are also superb. It’s impossible to hear the range of vocals on a recording; live listening is essential. This gig was an incredible treat.
Robert Plant is the ultimate, unreal stuff! this Saving Grace outfit is fabulous, my favorite songs so far are SHE CRIED, SO FAR AWAY FROM ME, AND UNDONE IN SORROW
i hope he goes into a fabulous recording studio and lays down those tracks i mentioned! I’d even love to hear an album of saving grace acopella pure voices !~ maybe a distant bag pipe or two for sad effect e mail me for conversation regarding Robert @ email@example.com
I have seen Robert six times and the Dorking concert was amazing. Just fantastic sound and a very happy band with an amazing drummer and two great guitar players and the vocal harmonies were truly amazing fantastic gig. Suzi Dian is a great talent
Lovely concert at Chesterfield – Singing great and music incredible but we did expect some of his older music from years gone by which was disappointing. This newer music of his is more folky and not our usual taste.
I carry on the sentiment. Honoured to be one of 500 or so to see in Cheltenham England the other day. What made the difference I feel is the synergy between all the musicians. Sun of parts. Not a lapse in attention and apparent enjoyment from performers right through the show. Crystal clear PA and excellent acoustics enhanced the deal. And particularly – that Plant trade mark voice which melded together so well with Suzi’s and it’s searing pitch. Beautiful. The guitarists (and notably banjo playing from Matt) and drummer top notch adding layers of complexity that yes – I agree with a previous comment – can only be completely appreciated live. Go see if you can – I’ll bet you’ll never regret it. Spine tingler.