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Drake has announced details of a UK headline tour, as well as other European live dates. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Toronto rapper released his fourth album ‘Views‘ earlier this year, with it peaking at Number One in nine countries, including the UK and US.
He will head out on tour from January 26 when he begins the run of dates in Glasgow.
The Boy Meets World Tour will then see him play six shows at The O2 in London ahead of gigs in Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield and Birmingham. Special guests are set to join the rapper at the shows.
Drake last performed in the UK at London’s Wireless Festival in 2015 and toured the country in 2014.
Drake will play the following UK dates:
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (January 26)
London, The O2 (January 28, 30, February 1, 2, 4, 5)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (February 8)
Manchester, Arena (February 11, 12)
Sheffield, Arena (February 17)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (February 22, 23)
Busted has announced have announced an extensive UK tour for early 2017. Priority Tickets are available now.
The reunited trio – James Bourne, Charlie Simpson and Matt Willis – will play a total of 19 dates nationwide, beginning in Norwich on January 29 and concluding in Glasgow on February 26.
The band are now preparing to drop their first album in 12 years, ‘Night Driver’, on November 11 following a successful UK and Ireland comeback tour which took place this May and June.
Busted will play:
Norwich, UEA (January 29)
Cambridge, Corn Exchange (January 30)
Leicester, De Montfort Hall (February 1)
London, Hammersmith Eventim Apollo (February 3)
Southend, Cliffs Pavilion (February 6)
Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall (February 7)
Newport, Centre (February 9) Plymouth, Pavilions (February 10)
Bristol, O2 Academy (February 12)
Portsmouth, Guildhall (February 13) Brighton, Centre (February 14)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (February 16)
Birmingham, O2 Academy (February 18)
Nottingham, Rock City (February 20)
Leeds, O2 Academy (February 21) Newcastle, O2 Academy (February 22)
Aberdeen, GE Oil & Gas Arena (February 24)
Edinburgh, Usher Hall (February 25)
Glasgow, O2 Academy (February 26)
Depeche Mode have confirmed a massive London headline show for 2017.
The band, who formed in 1980, will head out on the Global Spirit tour next year.
Dave Gahan’s group will headline London Stadium on June 3. Priority Tickets are available now.
The group have released thirteen albums – all of which have charted in the Top 10 – over their illustrious 36-year career and won countless awards including an MTV EMA, a BRIT and an Ivor Novello. Their latest album ‘Delta Machine’ was released in 2013 and charted at Number One in 12 countries.
Depeche Mode will play:
London, London Stadium (June 3)
Sigala meanwhile, has announced a new tour for February next year. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Norwich DJ and producer has worked with the likes of Ella Eyre, John Newman and Chic’s Nile Rodgers in his short career so far.
Earlier this year, he released the single ‘Ain’t Giving Up’, which features comeback star Craig David and is included on the singer’s ‘Following My Intuition’ album.
Sigala will play:
Norwich, UEA (February 15)
London, KOKO (February 16)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (February 17)
Bristol, O2 Academy (February 18) Manchester, O2 Ritz (February 21)
Dublin, The Academy (February 23) Belfast, The Limelight (February 24) Newcastle, O2 Academy (February 25)
Sum 41 are to tour the UK in February. Priority Tickets are available now.
The pop-punk veterans released their sixth album ’13 Voices’ last week, their first since ‘Screaming Bloody Murder’ in 2011.
The shows mark the band’s first UK tour since singer Deryck Whibley became sober, having got clean in hospital in 2014 after he was diagnosed with liver failure from alcohol addiction.
Sum 41 will play:
Birmingham, O2 Academy (February 24)
Leeds, O2 Academy (February 26)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (March 2)
The Naked And Famous have announced details of two new UK shows for 2017. Priority Tickets are available now.
The New Zealand five-piece will return to the country in February for gigs in Manchester and London in support of their new album ‘Simple Forms’.
The record is released on Friday (October 14) and was produced by the band’s own Thom Powers. It follows 2013’s ‘In Rolling Waves’ and is the group’s third full-length release.
The Naked And Famous will play:
Manchester, Academy 2 (February 13)
London, O2 Forum Kentish Town (February 14)
The Hunna will start 2017 with a tour including their biggest shows to date. Priority Tickets are available now.
The London quartet recently released their debut album ‘100’ and will hit the road in support of it in January.
The 11 date tour is due to conclude at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, which will mark the band’s biggest show to date.
The Hunna will play:
Sheffield, The Leadmill (January 14)
Manchester, O2 Ritz (January 15)
Newcastle, Riverside (January 16) Edinburgh, Liquid Rooms (January 17)
Leeds, Stylus (January 18)
Nottingham, Rock City (January 20)
Leicester, O2 Academy (January 21)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (January 23)
Bristol, SWX (January 24)
Oxford, O2 Academy (January 25)
London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire (January 26)
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