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O2 Priority Tickets for upcoming gigs from Noel Gallagher, Rod Stewart, Bloc Party, Stereophonics, Muse and Disclosure will be available tomorrow (September 30).
The nationwide tour will celebrate the launch of Radio X with dates running through November and December. Radio X breakfast show host Chris Moyles will preside over the gigs which will see performances from Stereophonics, Bloc Party, Courteeners, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds with special guest Johnny Marr and James Bay across the UK.
Stereophonics will start the five-date tour at Bristol’s O2 Academy on November 3. The tour will then visit Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham with each date headlined by a different band or artist.
Bloc Party play in Glasgow on November 9 and the Courteeners will visit Leeds on November 23. Noel Gallagher and Johnny Marr will play a homecoming gig at Manchester Apollo on December 2 with new bands Neon Waltz and Pretty Vicious in support. James Bay rounds off the Road Trip dates in Birmingham on December 8.
The Radio X Road Trip dates and line-up are as follows:
Stereophonics – Bristol O2 Academy (November 3)
Bloc Party – Glasgow O2 ABC (9)
Courteeners – Leeds O2 Academy (23)
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Johnny Marr, Neon Waltz, Pretty Vicious – Manchester O2 Apollo (December 2)
James Bay – Birmingham O2 Academy 2 (8)
Priority Tickets for the Radio X Road Trip are available at 9m tomorrow (September 30) – 48 hours before general release. Search O2 Priority or click here
Disclosure have announced details of four UK gigs to take place in November and December.
The duo will play dates in Glasgow and Manchester, plus two nights at London’s Alexandra Palace toward the end of the year.
The dates follow the release of Disclosure’s second album ‘Caracal’ last Friday (September 25). The album features guest’s including The Weeknd, Lorde and Gregory Porter, as well as the single ‘Omen’ featuring Sam Smith. Disclosure’s 2013 debut, ‘Settle’, went straight to Number One in the UK and was later nominated for that year’s Mercury Prize.
Priority Tickets for Disclosure are available at 9m tomorrow (September 30) – 48 hours before general release. Search O2 Priority or click here
Muse, meanwhile, have added two more dates to the UK leg of their upcoming ‘Drones’ tour.
The Drones world tour will see the group play a number of arena dates in April 2016. Announcing the tour earlier this month, Matt Bellamy told fans the band were hoping to build upon Pink Floyd’s famous The Wall Tour.
The Drones World Tour will see the band perform for the first time from the middle of the arena. The initial announcement of UK dates included gigs in Manchester, Glasgow and two nights in London, all of which sold out immediately after going on sale.
Today (September 29) the band added two new dates on the Drones tour. Muse will now play further dates in Birmingham (April 2) and London (April 3) calling at the Barclaycard Area and The O2 respectively.
Muse will play:
Birmingham Barclaycard Arena (April 2)
Manchester Arena (April 8-9)
London O2 Arena (April 3, 11-12, 14-15)
Glasgow SSE Hydro (April 17-18)
Priority Tickets for the two new Muse dates are available at 10am tomorrow (September 30) – 48 hours before general release. Search O2 Priority or click here
Finally, Rod Stewart will embark on a stadium tour in June 2016. The veteran rocker will play huge outdoor gigs in Norwich, Cardiff, Hull, Kilmarnock, Plymouth, Southampton, Inverness and Carlisle next summer.
Rod Stewart will play:
Norwich Carrow Road (June 4)
Plymouth Home Park (June 7)
Southampton Ageas Bowl (June 10)
Cardiff City Stadium (June 11)
Hull KC Stadium (June 14)
Kilmarnock Rugby Park (June 17)
Inverness Tulloch Caledonian Stadium (June 18)
Carlisle Brunton Park (June 21)
Priority Tickets for Rod Stewart are available at 9m tomorrow (September 30) – 48 hours before general release. Search O2 Priority or click here
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