Robert Plant’s Saving Grace to play Harrogate Royal Hall and Sheffield City Hall on Never Ending Spring 2024 tour

The Never Ending Spring tour poster for Robert Plant’s Saving Grace

ROBERT Plant’s Saving Grace will play Harrogate Royal Hall on April 30 on their 15-date spring and summer tour.

The erstwhile Led Zeppelin singer and lyricist, now 75, will lead the folk, Americana and blues co-operative featuring Suzi Dian (vocals), Oli Jefferson (percussion), Tony Kelsey (mandolin, baritone, acoustic guitar, and Matt Worley (banjo, acoustic/baritone guitars, cuatro).

On the road from March 13 to July 24, Saving Grace’s Never Ending Spring itinerary will take in a second Yorkshire show at Sheffield City Hall on March 27. Tour tickets go on sale on Friday (19/1/2024) at 10am at and; Harrogate, 01423 502116 or; Sheffield,

Premiered by Plant in February 2019 in a gig near the English-Welsh border, Saving Grace’s repertoire is “inspired by the dreamscape of the Welsh Marches”

Robert Plant and Suzi Dian up front performing with Saving Grace

Plant and co had been booked to headline the Platform Festival at The Old Station, Pocklington, in July 2020 until the pandemic intervened. They did, however, perform at the Grand Opera House, York, on April 16 2022.

Joining the 2024 tour, as he did on Saving Grace’s sold-out November 2023 travels, will be special guest Taylor McCall. The completely self-taught South Carolina be singer, songwriter and musician has garnered nearly 30 million plays to with his songs Jericho Rose, Quartermaster and Waccamaw Drive.

Building on his 2021 debut album Black Powder Soul, McCall’s follow-up, Mellow War, will be released on February 2.

Robert Plant’s Saving Grace will appear at the Royal Albert Hall, London, as part of Ovation – A Celebration of 24 Years of Gigs for Teenage Cancer Trust on March 24, alongside Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, Kelly Jones, Eddie Vedder and Paul Weller. Tickets are available at