Michael Ball & Alfie Boe @ P&J Live
Feb 23 @ 6:00 pm

The world’s ultimate musical duo, Michael Ball and Alfie Boe, have missed each other, and we have missed them. The dynamic duo bring their stellar UK 2020 ‘Back Together’ tour including P&J Live on 23 February 2020.
Both singers have been extremely busy, with hugely successful solo albums, sell-out tours and both currently starring in Les Misérables in the West End, but it is the combination of these two arresting voices and personalities which proves to be irresistible to countless fans across the nation.
Fans will be able to hear tracks from their brand new album ‘Back Together’, out on 8th November, along with many more favourites, as the couple embark upon a major arena tour across the country in 2020.

The 1975 @ P&J Live
Feb 29 @ 6:00 pm

The 1975 announced their UK and IE tour, including Aberdeen P&J Live date. The band are to perform at Aberdeen’s brand new events venue and arena, on Saturday 29 February 2020.
The band are to release their fourth album “Notes on a conditional form”, on the 21stFebruary, just a week before they are to perform in Aberdeen. Also recently announced new single ‘Me and You Together Song’ will be released on 16th January.

AJ Pritchard @ P&J Live
Mar 6 @ 6:00 pm

BBC Strictly Come Dancing and serial semi-finalist AJ Pritchard brings his ‘AJ Live 2020’ tour to Hall C at P&J Live on Friday 6 March 2020. Following his debut tour in 2019, AJ brings his tour to the North-East for the first time.
‘AJ Live 2020’ will combine the best moments from Strictly you know and love, intertwined with new energy packed choreography for all the family, from AJ and his pick of the best new dance talent in the UK.
AJ said, “I am so excited to be bringing ‘AJ Live 2020’ out to theatres around the UK. I have been planning this tour since I first began dancing aged 12, so you are in for a real treat and I cannot wait to share my vision with you. Earlier in 2019 I toured the UK on my own for the first time and each venue had everyone out of their seats dancing and standing ovations each night. ‘AJ Live 2020’ will be no different! I hope you can all join me for the night of your life’.

Stereophonics @ P&J Live
Mar 10 @ 7:00 pm

Stereophonics announce 2020 UK Arena tour, including P&J Live Date on 10 March.
With the release of their new single ‘Bust This Town’, the latest offering from forthcoming album ‘Kind’.
With Kelly Jones’ trademark optimistic lyrics and rolling along on a wave of understated instrumentation, ‘Bust This Town’ is an emotive anthem for living for the moment, going with your instinct and never looking back.

The Script @ P&J Live
Mar 13 @ 6:00 pm

he Script bring their UK and European Arena Tour to P&J Live on 13th March 2020.
The Irish alt-pop trio The Script embark upon a new chapter with the release of their new album ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’ on the 8th November.
Having returned with the emotive, stadium-bound first single ‘The Last Time’, ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’ is the sound of The Script – Danny O’Donoghue (vocals, piano, guitar), Mark Sheehan (vocals, guitars) and Glen Power (drums) – focusing on the inclusive, uplifting song writing that helped them become an arena-filling band with a fervent fan base worldwide.
In many ways, ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’ feels like a sequel to The Script’s much-loved debut album. Both albums emerged from emotionally turbulent times: O’Donoghue lost his father around the time of the release of their debut. And ten years later, he lost his mother as they worked on this album – with both his parents passing on Valentine’s Day. Naturally the songs began to reflect the band’s own personal experiences – and those are themes sure to resonate with their fans, too.

Aberdeen Standard Investments Boat Race @ Aberdeen Boat Club
Mar 14 @ 2:45 pm – 5:30 pm

Historic rowing rivalries will bubble up to the surface as the Aberdeen Standard Investments Boat Race returns for the 25th year to the River Dee in March. Robert Gordon University (RGU) has laid down a challenge to rivals from the University of Aberdeen to claim bragging rights over the river in the event’s milestone year.

Spectators are encouraged to line the riverbanks along the course – which stretches from the Bridge of Dee to Aberdeen Boat Club – to cheer on the crews as they battle to lift the silverware in Scotland’s equivalent of the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race.

In last year’s race, the University of Aberdeen’s mixed crew easily clinched the title in seven minutes 53.6 seconds – winning the trophy back from RGU, who won in 2018. This year there is even more at stake, with the victors crowned champions of the anniversary race.

The title race begins at 5.00pm, but there is plenty of rowing action for all the family to enjoy throughout the day. The toss for stations takes place at 2.50pm, during which the crews decide which side of the river they will row on. This is followed by the second crews race at 3.35pm, the alumni race at 3.55pm and the media challenge at 4.40pm.

For all the latest updates on the crews and their training in this landmark 25th year, follow the Aberdeen Standard Investments Boat Race on Twitter @2020boatrace, Instagram @abdnboatrace and on Facebook at

Aberdeen Craft & Ale Trail @ Fierce Bar
Apr 25 @ 11:00 am – 10:00 pm

A one day moving Craft & Ale Festival is returns to Aberdeen and surrounding villages on 25th April.

We organise the transport between hand-picked pubs so you can enjoy the hospitality without worrying about how to get home. A bus arrives every 30-45 minutes at each pub between 11am and 10pm. Allowing you and your friends to hop on and off the bus all day.

You can start and finish anywhere and anytime on route.

Participating pubs are:
Fierce Beer Bar, Aberdeen
The Globe, Aberdeen
The Adams & The Hawthorn, Aberdeen
The Dutch Mill Hotel, Aberdeen
Fourmile House, Kingswells
The Bieldside Inn, Bieldside
Newton Arms, Newtonhill
The Neuk, Portlethen
Cove Bay Hotel, Cove Bay

Race for Life Aberdeen, 5k and 10k @ Kings Links
Jun 14 @ 9:30 am – 2:00 pm

The Race for Life 5k is a series of routes around the country that give people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities the chance to come together and show cancer who’s boss. They’re not races, or runs, and everyone wins the Race for Life (except cancer).

10k (or just over six miles) may sound a little daunting, but it’s not when you know you can do it at your own pace. If you’ve taken part in one of our 5k events before, and would like to try a longer route, or if you just think that 10k is a better distance for you, give one of our Race for Life 10k events a go.