On June 8th, a cryptic billboard appeared with the Courteeners’ iconic lyric ‘God Bless the Band’ and the date ‘25.09.21’. That evening, the band confirmed a huge homecoming show, returning to play at Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground four years on from their 2017 performance at the same venue. Now that day has finally arrived,
We post a selection of the biggest ticket releases every Friday, and this week is nothing short of a feast of live music. From the most unexpected collaboration since Sting & Shaggy, through to indie music royalty, this week has it all. So without further ado, here are our top four picks this week! Blossoms
Blossoms have surprised fans by announcing a collaboration with Rick Astley, with the Stockport and St Helens artists combining for two special shows where they will perform ‘The Songs Of The Smiths’. The shows will take place next month, kicking off at Manchester’s Albert Hall on Friday 8th before ending at London’s O2 Forum Kentish Town
Victorious Festival (27-29 August 2021) – the UK’s biggest metropolitan festival – will return to Southsea Seafront this Summer with a phenomenal line up including headliners Madness, The Streets, Royal Blood, who are joined by the likes of Richard Ashcroft and Blossoms. Legendary singer-songwriter, Richard Ashcroft will deliver an unmissable set on Saturday at Victorious.
Blossoms have today confirmed a series of rescheduled live dates for their upcoming UK tour in August and September 2021. The tour includes three nights at London’s O2 Forum, Kentish Town and culminates in a huge show at Manchester’s AO Arena on Saturday 18th September. Support across the tour comes from The Magic Gang (30th, 31st Aug,
It’s Valentines Day! And a great excuse to delve into the more romantic side of our favourite artists. Yes, we all love the stadium anthems, but sometimes it’s the love songs that show off songwriters at their very best, so we have compiled a list of our 20 favourite love songs from up north. Only
This year, Christmas will be different for everyone. The pandemic may have put a stop to your festive plans in 2020, but one positive difference about Christmas this year is the introduction of plenty of new festive hits. We’re more than happy to recycle classics from Slade, Wizzard, Mariah Carey and The Pogues each year,
When we sang Auld Lang Syne and waved goodbye to the last decade, nobody could have predicted the year 2020 was about to serve up. The COVID-19 pandemic may have made this a year we want to put to the back of our minds as soon as possible, but in the darkest of times shone