Priority Tickets for Catfish and the Bottlemen, Rod Stewart and more available now

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Priority Tickets for Catfish and the Bottlemen, Rod Stewart, Nothing But Thieves, Neighbourhood Festival and Kula Shaker are available from 10am today (June 1).

Catfish and the Bottlemen have announced details of a UK headline tour. The band will hit the road in November. Priority Tickets are available now (June 1).

The band, who released their second album ‘The Ride’ on Friday (May 27), will head out on tour from November 5 when they begin the run of dates in Derby.

The tour will then see them play Bournemouth International Centre (November 6) ahead of shows in Manchester, Glasgow, London and Coventry.

Catfish and the Bottlemen will play their biggest ever headline date at London, The SSE Arena, Wembley (November 15).

Catfish and the Bottlemen will play:

Derby, Arena (November 5)
Bournemouth, International Centre (November 6)
Manchester, Victoria Warehouse (November 9, 10)
Glasgow, SECC Hall 3 (November 13)
London, The SSE Arena, Wembley (November 15)
Coventry, Ricoh Arena (November 17)

Priority Tickets for Catfish and the Bottlemen are available now (June 1). O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

Bad Company have announced a new arena tour. Tickets are available now (June 1), except London, which are available from June 2.

The veteran hard rock band will embark on an eight date tour, calling at Leeds, Cardiff, Nottingham, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Newcastle. The final date of the run will see them join the BluesFest line-up in London.

Bad Company will play:

Leeds, First Direct Arena (October 15)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (October 17)
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (October 19)
Birmingham, Genting Arena (October 21)
Manchester, Arena (October 24)
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (October 25)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (October 27)
London, The O2 (October 29)

Priority Tickets for Bad Company are available today (June 1), except London, which are available from June 2. O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

Rod Stewart, meanwhile, has announced two shows in November and December. Priority Tickets are available now (June 1).

The British rock singer, who released his latest album ‘Another Country’ in October 2015 and featured on A$AP Rocky’s track ‘Everyday’, will head to London and Nottingham later this year.

Rod Stewart will play the following dates:

London, The O2 (November 26)
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (December 10)

Priority Tickets for Rod Stewart are available now (June 1). O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets

Kula Shaker have also announced a run of dates for December. Tickets are available now (June 1).

The 13-date tour will begin in Oxford on December 1, before visiting Bournemouth, Nottingham, Norwich, Guildford, London, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool, Newcastle, Leeds and Glasgow.

Kula Shaker will play the following dates:

Oxford, O2 Academy (December 1)
Bournemouth, O2 Academy (December 2)
Nottingham, Rock City (December 3)
Norwich, Nick Rayns LCR UEA (December 5)
Guilford, G Live (December 6)
London, O2 Forum Kentish Town (December 8)
Manchester, Albert Hall (December 10)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (December 12)
Bristol, O2 Academy (December 13)
Liverpool, O2 Academy (December 14)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (December 16)
Leeds, O2 Academy (December 17)
Glasgow, O2 ABC (December 18)

Priority Tickets for Kula Shaker are available now (June 1). O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

Nothing But Thieves will play three shows in November and December. Priority Tickets are available on Friday (June 3).

The Southend-On-Sea rock band released their self-titled debut album last year, with the record charting at Number 7 in the Official UK Albums Chart.

Nothing But Thieves will play the following dates:

Birmingham, O2 Institute (November 30)
Manchester, Academy (December 1)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (December 2)

Priority Tickets for Nothing But Thieves are available on Friday (June 3). O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

Neighbourhood Festival has confirmed its dates and line-up for 2016. Priority Tickets are available now (June 1).

The Manchester festival will take place across various venues in the city and will feature bands and artists such as Circa Waves, Twin Atlantic, Kate Nash, Lonely The Brave, Blaenavon and more.

Neighbourhood Festival takes place across various Manchester venues on Saturday October 8.

Priority Tickets for Neighbourhood Festival are available now (June 1). O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

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