Priority Tickets for Fifth Harmony, Jeff Lynne’s ELO, White Lies and Cream Classic London are available from tomorrow (June 29).
US girlband Fifth Harmony have announced a UK arena tour for October following the success of their album ‘7/27’, which charted at Number Six earlier this month.
The group will perform hits including ‘Work From Home’ and ‘Worth It’ at arenas in Glasgow, Manchester, Cardiff, London, Nottingham and Birmingham.
Fifth Harmony will play:
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (October 6)
Manchester Arena (October 7)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (October 8)
London, The O2 (October 10)
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (October 11)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (October 12)
Jeff Lynne’s ELO have announced a huge show at London’s Wembley Stadium following their well-received Glastonbury set over the weekend.
The legendary band will play favourites like ‘Mr Blue Sky’, ‘Don’t Bring Me Down’ and ‘Sweet Talkin’ Woman’ at the iconic venue next summer.
Jeff Lynne’s ELO will play:
London, Wembley Stadium (June 24, 2017)
Meanwhile, White Lies have announced a series of UK live dates for this November and December.
The gigs will follow the release of the band’s self-produced fourth album, ‘Friends’, on October 7. The album was recorded at Bryan Ferry’s London studio and as its title suggests, has friendship as a running theme.
White Lies will play:
London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (November 22)
Manchester, Albert Hall (November 25)
Glasgow, O2 ABC (November 27)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (November 29)
Bristol, O2 Academy (December 1)
Finally, following the sell-out success of their inaugural-spine tingling Classical show at Liverpool Cathedral back in April, Cream Classics London comes to O2 Brixton Academy in September. The event will be a celebration of dance classics from the legendary club’s history, with the soundtrack that defined a generation performed by Cream’s 60-piece Philharmonic Orchestra.
Cream Classics London plays:
London, O2 Brixton Academy (September 10)
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