Each week, we post our selection of the biggest ticket releases, including all dates, where to purchase tickets and when they go on sale. Our picks this week include six huge announcements, including a brand new festival for 2022. Here they are…
Stereophonics are back with new single, ‘Hanging On Your Hinges’, taken from the forthcoming album ‘Oochya!’, released on 4th March 2022. The Welsh band have also announced a huge homecoming show at Cardiff Principality Stadium, with special guests Tom Jones and Catfish and the Bottlemen. They will also set out on a UK arena tour in 2022, with all tour dates listed below. Tickets go on general sale today from 9am today at https://stereophonics.com/tour/.
Sat 18 Dec Cardiff Principality Stadium
Fri 18 Mar Manchester AO Arena
Sun 20 Mar Aberdeen P&J Live
Mon 21 Mar Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Wed 23 Mar Leeds First Direct Arena
Thu 24 Mar Newcastle Utilita Arena
Sat 26 Mar Brighton Centre
Sun 27 Mar Bournemouth IC
Tue 29 Mar Liverpool M&S Bank Arena
Wed 30 Mar Nottingham Motorpoint Arena
Fri 01 Apr London The O2
Sat 02 Apr Birmingham Resorts World Arena
The Coral have announced their first headline tour in over three years, playing their self-titled, debut album in full over 12 UK 20th anniversary tour dates. It includes two homecoming shows at Liverpool’s Invisible Wind Factory, with the band also confirming a reissue of the debut album and a remastered version of their 2001 ‘Shadows Fall’ EP. Tickets go on general sale at 9am today via www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk. Full tour dates listed below.
- Thu 3 March 2022 Sheffield Leadmill
- Fri 4 March 2022 Birmingham, O2 Institute
- Sat 5 March 2022 Manchester, Albert Hall
- Thu 10 March 2022 London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
- Fri 11 March 2022 Bristol, Marble Factory
- Sat 12 March 2022 Oxford, O2 Academy
- Thu 17 March 2022 Leeds, Beckett Students Union
- Fri 18 March 2022 Nottingham, The Level
- Sat 19 March 2022 Glasgow, Barrowland
- Thu 24 March 2022 Newcastle, Riverside
- Fri 25 March 2022 Liverpool, The Invisible Wind Factory
- Sat 26 March 2022 Liverpool, The Invisible Wind Factory
Miles Kane has announced a UK tour after confirming his new album ‘Change The Show’ will be released on 21st January 2022 on BMG. The tour kicks off in Manchester at the Albert Hall and ends with a much anticipated hometown show in Liverpool on 19th February at the O2 Academy 1. Support for the tour will come from rising Edinburgh star, Brooke Combe. Tickets go on general sale at 10am today from HERE. Full tour dates listed below.
Wed 15th LONDON, Omeara SOLD OUT
Fri 28th MANCHESTER, Albert Hall
Mon 31st SHEFFIELD, The Leadmill
Tues 1st LEEDS, O2 Academy
Thurs 3rd NEWCASTLE, O2 Academy
Fri 4th GLASGOW, O2 Academy
Sat 5th BIRMINGHAM, O2 Institute
Mon 7th CARDIFF, The Tramshed
Tues 8th BRISTOL, O2 Academy
Thurs 10th OXFORD, O2 Academy 1
Fri 11th SOUTHAMPTON, Engine Rooms
Sat 12th NORWICH, The Waterfront
Mon 14th CAMBRIDGE, Cambridge Junction
Tues 15th NORTHAMPTON, Roadmender
Weds 16th LONDON, Roundhouse
Fri 18th NOTTINGHAM, Rock City
Sat 19th LIVERPOOL, O2 Academy 1
Wigan four-piece The Lathums have continued their fastpaced rise to the forefront of UK indie music with the announcement of a special one-off show at the iconic Blackpool’s Empress Ballroom, taking place on Saturday 9th April 2022. The band’s debut album ‘How Beautiful Life Can Be’ is released on 24th September. Tickets go on sale at 9am today from HERE.
After pulling in a huge crowd opening the Saturday of Neighbourhood Weekender at the weekend, Earlestown’s finest, The K’s have announced a return to Warrington for a show at Parr Hall on 16th December this year. This is a band known for selling out their gigs in impressive time, so grab your tickets from 10am HERE.
Creation Day Festival
Curated by northern music icon, Alan McGee, the newest festival on the circuit, ‘Creation Day’ has announced a stellar debut lineup. Headlined by IDLES and Happy Mondays, the festival will take place in May 2022 at West Park, Wolverhampton. Tickets are expected to sell out fast, going on sale today at 10am from https://creationdayfestival.com/tickets/.
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