Friday 17th December Ticket Releases

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It’s another huge week of ticket releases and we are on hand to provide our selections, including ticket links, lists of dates and times of sale. One of the biggest names in indie music has announced a landmark show for 2022, with two fast-rising northern bands also announcing tour dates this week. Our picks this Friday are as follows…

SAM FENDER

Man of the moment, Sam Fender has announced the biggest gig of his career so far, headlining Finsbury Park, London, on Friday 15th July 2022. Support across two stages will come from Fontaines DC, Declan McKenna, Beabadoobee and Goat Girl, with more to be announced. Pre-sale tickets flew out, with general sale going live at 9am today from HERE.

THE BLINDERS

The Blinders have announced a special intimate show at Manchester’s Night & Day Cafe, one of the city’s most popular music venues. Taking place on Saturday 15th January 2022, the gig will be an EP release show, celebrating the release of new EP, Electric Kool-Aid (Part 1). The EP will be released a day prior to the event, and tickets are expected to sell out fast. Tickets go on sale at 9am from HERE.

THE K’S

The morning after their sold out Parr Hall show in Warrington, tickets go on sale for The K’s 2022 tour. The Earlestown band are flying at the minute, following a main stage Neighbourhood Weekender slot, an ever-growing loyal fanbase and the release of new single ‘Picture’. Support will come from Liverpool band, RATS, and the tour includes a huge date at Manchester’s Albert Hall. Tickets go on sale at 10am from HERE.

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