English rock guitarist Jeff Beck is out on tour at the moment, taking his extensive back catalogue to towns and cities across the UK.
His show in Sheffield hit the headlines when actor Johnny Depp, who is currently involved in a high profile defamation case with ex-wife Amber Heard, walked out on stage to sing a cover song with Beck.
Ahead of the Manchester show, here’s what you need to know about the tour, which songs Beck might play, and whether or not Johnny Depp may join him on stage again?
When is Jeff Beck playing in Manchester?
Jeff Beck performs at The O2 Apollo in Manchester on Saturday, 4 June.
Where else is Jeff Beck playing?
As well as the show in Manchester, Jeff Beck is playing several other shows in England and Scotland.
From London this evening, Beck will play several shows this week before wrapping up in York on 7 June.
Here are the remaining tour dates for Jeff Beck, including the date of his show in Manchester.
31 May Royal Albert Hall, London
2 June Sage Gateshead
3 June Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Glasgow
4 June O2 Apollo Manchester
6 June Symphony Hall Birmingham
7 June Barbican York
What is the setlist?
The setlist for the tour looks to have been settled from previous shows, as well as the appearance of Johnny Depp.
As well as the Sheffield show, Depp came onto the stage at Beck’s show at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 30 May.
Below is the setlist for that show according to setlist.fm. You will also note the songs that Depp joined Beck on stage for.
- Star Cycle
- You Know You KnowStratusNadiaRumbleMná na héireann(Ceoltóirí Chualann cover) (with Sharon Corr)
- Big Block
- Heddy Lamar(with Johnny Depp)
- Isolation(John Lennon cover) (with Johnny Depp)
- Time(Dennis Wilson cover) (with Johnny Depp)
- What’s Going On(Marvin Gaye cover) (with Johnny Depp)
- Little Wing(The Jimi Hendrix Experience cover) (with Johnny Depp)
- The Death and Resurrection Show(Killing Joke cover) (with Johnny Depp) (Live debut)
- Cause We’ve Ended as Lovers(Syreeta cover)
- Corpus Christi Carol(Benjamin Britten cover)
- Brush With the Blues
- A Day in the Life
Are tickets still available?
A limited number of resale tickets are available through the O2 Apollo website to purchase, with prices ranging between £55 and £68.
To book tickets, visit the venue website.
Will Johnny Depp join for other shows on the tour?
As Depp has appeared at Jeff Beck’s two previous shows in Sheffield and London, rumours are strong that he will make an appearance at the remaining shows on the tour.
This would of course include an appearance at the O2 Apollo in Manchester in early June.
Fans attending the gig will just need to wait and see if Depp returns in Manchester.
You can also keep an eye out on setlist.fm for an updated setlist which may reveal if Depp has remained on tour.