Live rock concerts in London
New York’s indie kings dropped their first album in six years, ‘Father of the Bride’, in May. Now they’re embarking on an autumn UK tour including this 10,000 capacity show at Ally Pally. It should be a crowd-pleaser for A-Punks, non-punks and many folks in between.
The scabrous electro-punks are playing the biggest London gig of their career, so expect their righteous energy to be even more next-level than normal.
Our Kid continues his supremely impressive comeback with two shows at the capital’s largest arena. Take that, Noel!
Does four nights constitute a residency? Either way, London’s finest psych-rock-cum-disco upstarts are kicking off December with a run of gigs at Hackney music and arts venue EartH. Epic.
These couple of punks from Royal Tunbridge Wells are barrels of fun live, and they’re sure to smash it during their five-night stand at student union venue ULU. It’s a rifftastic pre-Christmas pick-me-up.
The Libs conclude their nine-date Christmas tour in style at Brixton Academy. No word yet, though, on whether Carl and Pete will don Santa hats for the occasion.
The girl-group icon returns to London to perform her ’60s hits and the Ronettes’ classic Phil Spector-produced festive favourites ‘Sleigh Ride’ (which returned to the Top 40 last Christmas) and ‘Frosty the Snowman’.
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