See the Brit Awards winners live
Catch this year's biggest Brits winners live in London or at UK festivals
There's no time for re-arranging the trophy cabinet for this talented bunch – the 2013 Brit Award winners are back on tour already. The likes of Emeli Sandé, Ben Howard and Mumford & Sons are all set to headline at gigs and festivals in the upcoming months. Be sure to snap up tickets quickly.
Winner of Critics' Choice Award
As well as his Brits nod, Odell was longlisted for the BBC's Sound of 2013 Poll, and it's easy to see why. The 22-year-old Chichester singer-songwriter delivers delicate, yet impassioned, piano-led indie-folk. Tickets will be scarce for his London dates this year, so act quickly.
Winner of British Group
The banjo-plucking globe-trotters play T In The Park, Scotland's biggest outdoor festival, as it turns 20. Also on the formidable bill are sultry pop princess Rihanna and Las Vegas' finest, The Killers, Mercury-winners Alt-J and hip hop queen bee Azealia Banks.
Winner of International Male Solo Artist
The sensational, cryptic soul-cum-R&B of ocean's 'Channel Orange' took it to the top ten of our albums of 2012 list, so it's nice to see him adding a Brit to his trophy cabinet. See him at this year's Wireless festival in Stratford, on a Friday bill topped by Justin Timberlake.
Winner of British Male Solo Artist, British Breakthrough Act
The surprise star of the Brits, this surfer and acoustic strummer from Devon is playing festivals including Rockness and Pinkpop this summer. His biggest show will be at the Green Man festival in Wales, on a bill that also features Band Of Horses and Stornoway.
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