Brace yourself: this is Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons' farewell tour. At 84, who can blame the original Jersey Boy for wanting to put his feet up and give that famous falsetto a well-earned rest?
The fiercely talented former Fugee celebrates the 20th anniversary of her iconic (and still brilliant) debut solo album.
Jamaican dancehall star (and Giggs/Gorillaz collaborator) plays his biggest ever London show.
The '80s icons glide into town to perform classic electro bangers like 'Mirror Man', 'Love Action' and, of course, 'Don't You Want Me'.
Manchester alt-R&B artist whizzes down to London for an intimate Shoreditch gig.
The Queen of Christmas - our title, not hers - sashays into the capital for a super-festive arena show.
Scottish hip-hop trio who contributed three tracks to the 'T2 Trainspotting' soundtrack perform songs from this year's 'Cocoa Sugar' album.
Psychedelic New York duo tour in support of their excellent comeback album 'Little Dark Age'.
Iconic dance duo tour in support of 'Monsters Exist', their first album in six years.
London's own pop queen performs songs from her awesomely raw fourth album 'No Shame'.
Soundtrack your Xmas party
As Noddy Holder once screeched: it’s Christmas! You might have heard some Christmas songs enough times to make you want to perforate your eardrums with a candy cane, but many festive pop songs are great works of art. Here’s our countdown of the Top 50 Christmas songs, from ancient carols to the best Christmas Number Ones.