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Priority Tickets for The Vamps, Micky Flanagan, Sting, Emeli Sandé, Miranda Lambert, Celebrating David Bowie and The Southmartins are available now.
The Vamps are to head out on a UK arena tour next year. Priority Tickets are available from 10am on Thursday, November 17.
The group released their second album ‘Wake Up’ in November 2015. The record, which followed their 2014 debut ‘Meet The Vamps’, charted at Number 10 in the Official UK Albums Chart.
The band formed in 2012 and rose to fame via covers posted on YouTube. They have been compared to One Direction and have supported McFly on tour. They won Best British Group and Best British Single for ‘Last Night’ at the 2014 BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards, and were nominated for two Teen Choice Awards in the same year.
This year, they recorded their own version of Carl Douglas’ ‘Kung Fu Fighting’ for the movie Kung Fu Panda 3.
The tour will kick off in Sheffield on April 28 before moving to Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester, Belfast, London, Cardiff and Nottingham. It will conclude in Birmingham on May 19.
The Vamps will play:
Sheffield, Arena (April 28)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (May 1)
Liverpool, Echo Arena (May 5)
Manchester, Arena (May 6)
Belfast, The SSE Arena (May 10)
London, The O2 (May 13)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (May 16)
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (May 17)
Birmingham, Genting Arena (May 19)
Micky Flanagan has announced a new raft of dates for the second half of 2017. Priority Tickets are available from 10am on Thursday, November 17.
The comedian will bring his stand-up show to The O2 in London in September, where fans will be able to hear his humorous takes on life as part of the An’ Another Fing tour.
The east London funnyman has appeared on TV shows like Mock The Week, The Big Fat Quiz Of The Year, Live At The Apollo and more. He has also released two DVDs – 2011’s Live: The Out Out Tour and 2013’s Back In The Game Live.
Micky Flanagan will play:
London, The O2 (September 14)
Sting has announced two new UK shows. Priority Tickets are available now.
The former Police frontman has just released his twelfth studio album, ’57th & 9th’. On Saturday (November 12), he played the first show at the reopened Bataclan in Paris. It had been closed since the terror attacks there in 2015.
As part of the newly-announced European tour, Sting will play in Manchester and London in April 2017. The musician will hit the road with a three-piece band, including his longtime guitarist Dominic Miller, Josh Freese (drums) and Rufus Miller (guitar).
Sting will play:
Manchester, O2 Apollo (April 7)
London, Eventim Apollo Hammersmith (April 9)
Emeli Sandé meanwhile, has announced three new dates for early next year. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Aberdonian singer released her second album ‘Long Live The Angels‘ last week (November 11) and is currently on course to reach the Top 2 in the Official UK Albums Chart. Her debut album ‘Our Version Of Events‘ holds the longest consecutive reign inside the Top 10 for a female artist, remaining there for 67 weeks.
The multi-Brit Awards winner will head out on the Long Live The Angels tour in March, including dates in Edinburgh, Birmingham, London and Leeds.
Emeli Sandé will play:
Edinburgh, Usher Hall (March 16)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (March 19)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (March 21)
Leeds, O2 Academy (March 22)
Miranda Lambert is to tour the UK in August. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Texan country music singer-songwriter will play four dates in the country, in support of her sixth studio album ‘The Weight Of These Wings’, which is released this Friday (November 18).
The album features two discs and follows 2014’s ‘Platinum’, on which she collaborated with the likes of Little Big Town and Carrie Underwood. The record won Best Country Album at the 2015 Grammys, while Lambert has won 51 other awards across her career.
Miranda Lambert will play:
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (August 18)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (August 19)
Glasgow, Clyde (August 21)
London, Eventim Apollo Hammersmith (August 23)
Celebrating David Bowie will pay tribute to the late icon next year. Priority Tickets are available now.
Bowie passed away on January 10, 2016. The night will take place on what would have been his 70th birthday, January 8.
The gig will take place at O2 Academy Brixton in London and will feature the star’s close friend and actor Gary Oldman, plus performances by “Bowie people performing Bowie music Bowie style”.
It is one of a planned series of global events that aim to honour the musician in aid of local charities.
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Celebrating David Bowie will take place at:
London, O2 Academy Brixton (January 8)
The Southmartins will play a handful of shows across the UK next year. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Beautiful South and Housemartins tribute band formed in 2009 and perform tracks from across Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott’s back catalogue.
The band have drawn attention from Heaton himself, with him praising them to BBC Radio 2’s Simon Mayo. They have also played at the pub run by Heaton, The King’s Arms in Salford.
The Southmartins will play:
Sheffield, O2 Academy 2 (September 16 2017)
Glasgow, O2 ABC (September 23 2017)
Leeds, O2 Academy (September 29 2017)
Liverpool, O2 Academy 2 (October 14 2017)
Birmingham, O2 Academy 2 (October 21 2017)
London, O2 Academy 2 Islington (November 18 2017)