Live rock concerts in London
The ever-charismatic Brandon Urie brings his emo-poppers to town to perform bangers from last year’s hit sixth album ‘Pray for the Wicked’. But rest assured they’ll blast out signature hit ‘I Write Sins Not Tragedies’, too.
The reunited Britpop crew fronted by Louise Wener tour in support of comeback album 'The Modern Age'. Expect to hear their '90s hits like 'Sale of the Century' and 'Inbetweener', too.
The Seattle metalheads tour in support of their Grammy-nominated album 'Rainier Fog', whose title is almost certainly a comment on Seattle's notoriously drizzly London-esque weather.
This Wembley Stadium headline show features a new, but still classic, Fleetwood Mac line-up: Lindsey's been booted out, but Stevie, Christine, John and Mick are joined by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' Mike Campbell and Neil 'Crowded House' Finn – yes, really. So expect to hear 'Don't Dream It's Over' along with all the usual Mac bangers including 'Everywhere', 'Don't Stop', 'Dreams' and 'The Chain'.
You can’t fault Foals’ ambition. This year the Oxford art-rockers are releasing two albums, ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1’, due on 8 March, and ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 2’, due in the autumn. Expect to hear tracks from both releases at these huge June headline shows, which are already a hot ticket.
If we’re being honest, Sundays at a festival are usually a bit of a damp squib. After days of abuse, both your inflatable mattress and soul are dangerously deflated. Going to a festival on a Sunday all fresh and rested, on the other hand, sounds a lot more appealing, especially if it’s tailor-made for the day of rest – which is where Citadel comes in. Returning to Gunnersbury Park once again as the calmer post-Lovebox antidote, Citadel has more of a chilled vibe to it, but still boasts some top musical acts including Friendly Fires, Rag 'N' Bone Man and Dream Wife, plus all manner of other pursuits, including comedy, arts, talks, workshops and lots of top food and drink. Line-up includes Catfish and the Bottlemen, Rag 'N' Bone Man, Dream Wife, Bear's Den, Honeyblood BUY CITADEL TICKETS HERE
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