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Just announced: the latest London gigs

Our weekly list of the capital’s top tickets – book now for the best live music in London

Want to beat the crowds and the touts, and book tickets for the hottest gigs in London? You’ve come to the right place. Every day we keep our ears to the ground for the latest gig announcements in the capital. Check out the newest shows to be anounced below, or if you’re browsing for the best gigs month-by-month, see our ultimate London concert guide.

This week’s hottest ticket

Wolf Alice

Critics' choice

The awesome foursome from north London pump out lashings of reverb-heavy indie-grunge-pop, which has earned them critical acclaim and adoring fans up and down the country. This’ll be their biggest home town show to date and a fitting showcase for their superb debut album ‘My Love Is Cool’.

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The Forum , Kentish Town Saturday March 26 2016 - Tuesday March 29 2016

Gigs just announced

Lissie

American singer-songwriter Lissie has toured with Lenny Kravitz and featured on a Snow Patrol album, but her career high so far must surely be her soundtracking a Twinings ad with a cover of Fleetwood Mac's 'Go Your Own Way'. She actually sounds quite a bit like Stevie Nicks, and her own melodramatic, countrified pop-rock songs have a definite smack of the Mac in their ’80s incarnation. If you find yourself regularly driving through California late at night with tears in your eyes, this is for you.

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The Forum , Kentish Town Monday February 15 2016

Dream Theater

Led as ever by ludicrously talented guitarist John Petrucci, the classically trained Long Island prog-metal virtuosi are back in London for more conceptual, high-energy rock.

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London Palladium , Soho Thursday February 18 2016 - Friday February 19 2016

Turin Brakes

Childhood pals Ollie Knights and Gayle Parijanian, once pioneers of the so-called New Acoustic Movement, get together for another night of impassioned folk revival. They’ll be playing songs from their sixth album ‘Lost Property’, which shouldn’t deviate too much from the easygoing template they’ve laid down since 1999.

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Union Chapel , Canonbury Saturday February 20 2016

Shuggie Otis

Critics' choice

This famed guitarist and songwriter wrote the majestic 1971 hit ‘Strawberry Letter 23’ for The Brothers Johnson, and it’s now one of the most sampled songs ever. His genre-bending compositions and record production make him an important musical figure, even though he hasn’t released an album since 1974.

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Koko , Camden Town Sunday February 21 2016
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