Top ten London gigs in March

Check out the cream of the capital’s gigs taking place this spring

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  • Lionel Richie

    Sun Mar 1. The O2.

    Did someone say 'Hello'? The multi-million-selling ex-Commodore raids his hefty back catalogue, from 'Easy' to 'Dancing on the Ceiling'. Nobody does genteel loverman soul better than this.

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  • Jungle

    Tue Mar 3. Roundhouse.

    Cryptic London duo Jungle came from nowhere at the end of last year to become one of 2014’s hype sensations. Their live shows are quite something – they’ve already sold out two London gigs this year off the back of their self-titled, Mercury-nominated debut album.

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  • The Black Keys

    Tue Mar 3. The O2.

    There may only be two of them, but this duo from Ohio have had no trouble filling increasingly larger venues on every visit to London. Here, playing from their latest album ‘Turn Blue’, they endeavour to conquer the mighty O2 arena for the third time.

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  • Tune-Yards

    Thu Mar 5. Royal Festival Hall.

    Past live shows have allowed for a peek behind the magician’s curtain, with Garbus recording and looping live on stage, and this show at the Royal Festival Hall suggests an even more innovative and elaborate performance is under wraps.

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  • Underworld

    Fri Mar 6. Eventim Apollo Hammersmith.

    Romford's finest bring their viscerally engaging and always inventive post-techno to London, running through their 20-year-old (official) debut album 'Dubnobasswithmyheadman' from start to finish.

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  • Caribou

    Sat Mar 14. O2 Academy Brixton.

    On record, Caribou’s pop odysseys are the solo work of multi-instrumentalist, DJ and producer Snaith, but for live shows he’s joined by his three regular band members, as is the case for this headline performance.

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  • Kiesza

    Tue Mar 24. O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

    You’ve probably heard her debut single ‘Hideaway’ (a Number One here) – now catch her live as she continues to ascend that slippery slope to superstardom.

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  • Shura

    Wed Mar 25. Village Underground.

    With a host of on-trend and ear-pleasing reference points, Mancunian singer-producer Shura Denton is a good bet for blog-storming success. For fans of Blood Orange, Kindness, Haim and first-album Jessie Ware.

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  • Sam Smith

    Fri Mar 27. O2 Academy Brixton.

    Catapulted into the spotlight by some canny guest appearances, young singer-songwriter Smith boasts a wonderfully smooth and delicate voice. He’s become a massive star on both sides of the Atlantic, and currently sells out pretty much any gig he deigns to announce.

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  • Future Islands

    Mon Mar 30 - Tue Mar 31. Roundhouse.

    Catch them live at their biggest UK dates yet, where charismatic frontman Samuel Herring will be belting out songs from their heart-tugging new album ‘Singles’, and hopefully busting out some sweet moves too.

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Lionel Richie

Sun Mar 1. The O2.

Did someone say 'Hello'? The multi-million-selling ex-Commodore raids his hefty back catalogue, from 'Easy' to 'Dancing on the Ceiling'. Nobody does genteel loverman soul better than this.

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Mick Harrington
Mick Harrington

Is this all there is on in London in March? Do you have a full listings page for all music gigs in London?

robert val
robert val

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