Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant is heading to Blackburn in March.

The singer has announced a date at King George's Hall as part of his band Saving Grace's spring tour.

The band features Suzi Dian who shares vocal duties with Plant, Oli Jefferson on percussion, Tony Kelsey on mandolin, baritone and acoustic guitar and Matt Worley on banjo, acoustic and baritone guitars.

Formed in 2019, Saving Grace's sound covers country, folk roots and world music.

Robert Plant is one of the music world's most revered singers from his days with Led Zeppelin, arguably the biggest band in the world in the Seventies, through to the Band of Joy, the Sensational Shapeshifters and his award-winning collaborations with Alison Krauss.

Support for the Blackburn date comes from Taylor McCall.

Saving Grace, King George's Hall, Blackburn, Friday, March 29. On sale 10am on Friday. Details from