Friday 23rd July Ticket Releases

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Live music is back and we can start planning gigs again with more certainty. Each week, we are posting a selection of the biggest ticket releases, including all dates, where to purchase tickets and when they go on sale. Our picks of the week are as follows…

James

James have announced a special intimate summer preview show at Oxford O2 Academy on Tuesday 17th August 2021, following the release of their 16th studio album, ‘All The Colour of You’. Tickets go on sale today at 10:00am and will be available from HERE. VIP Packages are also available, which can provide fans with the rare chance of watching the band soundcheck. The band will also be touring with Happy Mondays later this year, see what bassist and eponym Jim Glennie had to say to us about the last time the two bands toured together below.

Chvrches

Following the release of their excellent new single, ‘Good Girls’, taken from their upcoming new album, ‘Screen Violence’, Chvrches have announced details of a five-date 2022 UK tour. Their fourth studio album is set for release on August 27th, with the tour kicking off in March next year. Tickets go on general sale at 9:30am today from HERE. Full dates listed below!

CHVRCHES – 2022 UK Tour Dates
Monday 14 March – Edinburgh – Corn Exchange
Tuesday 15 March – Newcastle – O2 City Hall
Wednesday 16 March – London – O2 Academy Brixton
Friday 18 March – Birmingham – O2 Academy
Saturday 19 March – Manchester – O2 Apollo

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis

Nick Cave and Warren Ellis have confirmed 20 UK tour dates for 2021, following the release of their critically claimed album, ‘Carnage’, earlier this year. The duo will kick things off in Poole, before the mammoth September / October tour culminates in Brighton on October 10th. Tickets go on sale at 10am today from HERE. Full dates listed below!

Nick Cave & Warren Ellis’s 2022 UK performance dates:
Thursday 2 September – Lighthouse, Poole
Saturday 4 September – Fairfield Halls, Croydon
Sunday 5 September – Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
Tuesday 7 September – Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent
Wednesday 8 September – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Friday 10 September – Blackpool Opera House
Sunday 12 September – Regent Theatre, Ipswich
Tuesday 14 September – New Theatre, Oxford
Wednesday 15 September – St George’s Hall, Bradford
Friday 17 September – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Monday 20 September – Edinburgh Playhouse
Thursday 23 September – Sheffield City Hall
Friday 24 September – Sage, Gateshead
Monday 27 September – Liverpool Philharmonic
Wednesday 29 September – Stockton Globe, Stockton-on-Tees
Friday 1 October – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Saturday 2 October – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Wednesday 6 October – Royal Albert Hall, London
Thursday 7 October – Royal Albert Hall, London
Sunday 10 October – Brighton Dome

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If you haven’t already, make sure you check out our Fantasy Pints Podcast, where we interview a different guest each week and ask the one common question – “if you could go for a drink with any three musicians past or present, who would you choose any why?” Latest episode below!

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