Top ten London gigs in March

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As London’s music scene charges forward into spring, there’s no let-up in the number of big gigs taking place across the city. Here’s our overview of the must-see live music in London this March.

The best London gigs in March

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Billie Eilish

icon-location-pin O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, Shepherd's Bush
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The pop wunderkind behind kinda dark chart hits ‘When the Party's Over’ and ‘Come Out and Play’ galvanises her rise with a trio of SBE dates. Expect these tickets to be hotter than a Pop Tart that’s spent too long in the toaster. 

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Sea Girls

icon-location-pin Heaven, Charing Cross
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London's indie-pop rising stars play their biggest gig yet. Expect loads of hooky guitar bangers and a super-stoked hometown crowd.

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Nicki Minaj
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Nicki Minaj

icon-location-pin The O2, Greenwich Peninsula
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No one mention C***i B. Minaj puts a somewhat rocky 2018 behind her with this huge headline show, part of a 22-date European tour. Expect to hear highlights from her latest album ‘Queen’ mixed with classic rap bangers like ‘Anaconda’ and ‘Super Bass’.

Music, Rap, hip hop and R&B

Post Malone

icon-location-pin The O2, Greenwich Peninsula
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The laconic American rapper is sure to feel just like a rockstar when he plays his chart-slaying pop-rap bops at London's biggest arena. 

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Music, Rap, hip hop and R&B

Childish Gambino

icon-location-pin The O2, Greenwich Peninsula
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The rapper, ‘Atlanta’ creator and ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ actor plays his biggest ever London headline show. This gig was originally due to take place last November, but Gambino – or Donald Glover to his TV mates – had to reschedule due to injury, so expect this one to feel pretty damn triumphant. 

George Ezra
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Music, Folk, country and blues

George Ezra

icon-location-pin The O2, Greenwich Peninsula
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The baritone folkie topped both the UK singles and album charts last year (with ‘Shotgun’ and ‘Staying at Tamara’s’, respectively). Now he’s headlining two shows at The O2 – respect. 

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Music, Dance and electronic

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icon-location-pin O2 Academy Brixton, Stockwell
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Former Off Future members Syd and Matt Martians play a relatively rare London show in support of last year’s ‘Hive Mind’ album, their highest-charting yet. Come for superb alt-R&B at its most balmy and emotional. 

Music, Acoustic

Andreya Triana

icon-location-pin EartH (Hackney Arts Centre), Stoke Newington
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The soul-jazz vocalist, best known for her work with downtempo dance dude Bonobo and LA hip hop beatmaker Flying Lotus but making headway as a solo act, appears here with her own funky band.

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Music, Rap, hip hop and R&B

Nao

icon-location-pin O2 Academy Brixton, Stockwell
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The electro-soul queen plays a big hometown show in support of her excellent second album ‘Saturn’. Expect the vibes to be suitably cosmic. 

Music, Rock and indie

Panic! At The Disco

icon-location-pin The O2, Greenwich Peninsula
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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.

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