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5 reasons why going to festivals solo is actually the best. Find out more

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Snow Patrol return with their brand new record The Forest Is The Path and a UK tour for February 2025. Read more

The Vamps are celebrating their tenth anniversary & will be playing their debut album ‘Meet The Vamps’ in its entirety during their September tour. Read more

Join us for a trip down memory lane with Twin Atlantic. Watch here

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HAPPENING SOON

Last chance to snap up tickets and be in the field with your friends as summer is coming in hot and fast.

Coming up in June:

Barclaycard presents The Isle of Wight Festival
Liquid Death presents Download
On The Mount At Wasing
Rockstar Energy presents Parklife
Becky Hill
Bryan Adams
Forest Live
and more

Find your festival or outdoor gigs for June now

The Sound of Glasgow with Twin Atlantic

Join us for a trip down memory lane with Twin Atlantic

Scottish rockers Twin Atlantic has teamed up with Ticketmaster to unveil a deeply personal short film chronicling their musical journey from Glasgow’s iconic dive bars to grassroots venues, culminating at the forefront of the Scottish music scene.

Ross McNae from Twin Atlantic, said: “We loved sharing our story through this new film, honouring the venues and communities that have been such a huge part of our musical journey. From the small grassroots venues of Glasgow to the global stage, this documentary is a testament to the shared experiences and unforgettable moments we’ve created together. Thank you for being a part of our story.”

Don’t forget to grab your tickets to see Twin Atlantic on their live shows this year.

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Legendary broadcaster, author and DJ Annie Mac is bringing her popular club night series Before Midnight to Halifax and TK Maxx presents Live at The Piece Hall 2024.

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Blossoms return to Manchester on August bank holiday weekend 2024 for the biggest headline show of their career. The all-day outdoor concert will take place at Wythenshawe Park with a huge support bill including Inhaler, Shed Seven, The K’s, Seb Lowe and more

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Grammy Award-winning Afro-fusion giant Burna Boy will return to the London Stadium on Saturday 29 June 2024 as part of the I Told Them… Tour.

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Clockstock

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Boyton Hall Farm, Chelmsford

Celebrate 30 years of Clockwork Orange, the seminal Ibiza club brand, with the UK’s favourite day festival Clockstock.

Experience a night of pure entertainment as we transport you to the dazzling world of the Moulin Rouge! This incredible show features all your favourite hits from the iconic movie-musical, including “Come What May,” “Your Song,” and “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.” But that’s not all – timeless hits from other modern movie musicals will really get your feet moving.

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Doja Cat is this generation’s definitive breakout star. Finding fame with viral meme song ‘MOOO!’ in 2018, she has gone on to become one of the biggest names in hip hop and pop music — earning 18 Grammy nominations across four years, breaking numerous records, and never losing her irreverent, idiosyncratic personality.

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The indie kings are set to play a massive headline show at Victoria Park in their Leicester hometown on Saturday 6 July 2024 with special guest Kaiser Chiefs

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Headliners

Crowded House, Jess Glynne, Paloma Faith, Kaiser Chiefs, Madness, Gregory Porter

Built by William the Conqueror in 1068, Lincoln Castle has stood for hundreds of years as a symbol of power and seat of justice, and to this day its medieval walls dominate the city’s skyline. For centuries the Castle has been a place of entertainment, from hosting medieval royalty to Victorian day-trippers, and now twenty-first century concert-goers.

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Celebrating 25 years of “Play” and performing his greatest hits, Moby returns to the stage after more than 10 years at London’s O2 this September.

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Following his announcement that he will be supporting SZA on her SOS tour, GRAMMY-nominated R&B artist SiR has announced a gig in Manchester this July.

HEAVY VIP EXPERIENCE
– One general admission standing ticket to see SiR live!
– Early entry into the venue
– Meet & Greet and photo opportunity with SiR on your personal phone so you can share straight to your socials!
– Exclusive VIP merchandise item

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Heavy Music Awards 2024 powered by Ticketmaster

The eighth edition of the UK’s leading awards for rock and metal will see the event return to the O2 Forum Kentish Town on Thursday 22 August 2024

When it comes to heavy music, Ticketmaster is your spiritual home of all things live music. From huge stadium rock shows and arena metal tours, to pits and crowd surfing at grassroots venues – we have it all for you.

So until we reveal your finalists for 2024 for the Heavy Music Awards, check out the hottest shows in town and ruin your back a little more.

Six Reasons Why Going To Gigs Alone Is The Best

So you want to go see that metalcore band you love but none of your friends like that “shouty” music? Or you REALLY want to go check out that new artist on TikTok you discovered but all your mates won’t go to a gig where they only know one song? Or worse, your group of friends cannot get themselves organized and work out which show and when to go on a tour, so you’re worried you’ll miss out on tickets. Let them be miserable and start living your best life by going to concerts by yourself. Trust us, it’ll be the best thing you’ll ever do!

Going to gigs alone can be daunting. What am I going to do with myself in between sets? Are people going to think I’m weird? Why would I not want to share the experience?

Listen, we are all for sharing the experience, but sometimes it’s either missing out or going alone, and in those cases we definitely recommend going alone. Here’s a few reasons why you’ll never regret it once you build up the courage to go through with it.

1. See artists you really REALLY want to see

Imagine the FOMO of missing your favourite band on their new tour, hearing all those new songs live, seeing everyone post about it. Don’t let that happen, and get that ticket. Plus you then get to tell the pals who didn’t want to come how you saw that band or artist before they blew up or how they played that one B-side track that everyone loves – now who has FOMO?

2. Meet new friends

It’s no secret that music brings people together. That moment when everyone’s favourite ballad hits and there’s not a dry eye in the building, you turn to your left or right and suddenly you bond with a stranger over your favourite song. For the metalheads, we also recommend mosh pits, follow the rules of the pit but what a way to make new friends!

3. The freedom

Now hear us out – but going to a gig alone means you can get to the venue when you want, you can go to the loos when you want, you can stand in line at the merch for hours and no one will ask if you’re sure you want to wait. And no one will drag you home when you want to wait after the show has finished and find every piece of confetti or ask for the setlist.

4. It’s a cult

You are not alone in going to gigs by yourself, you’d probably be surprised by how many people do the same thing. Some fan groups even have entire sub cultures of going to gigs alone (shoutout to Frank Turner’s solo armada, we see you!) – bringing us back to reason #2, new friends.

5. Confidence boost

Going to a gig by yourself will do wonders for your confidence. Sure the first time might feel a bit awkward and weird, but isn’t it always? Remember your first day of school? And then it was kind of okay after a while (let’s ignore our teenage years…) Once you’ve done it and experience all of the divinity of a solo gig you’ll feel free as a bird.

6. Experience the music your way

Whether you love hanging out by the bar, need to be front row, prefer seats or want to leave a bit earlier to catch the last train – the world is your oyster! The experience is yours, you don’t need to coordinate with someone else, rely on them to enjoy the show as much as you are and have as much of a good time as you are. And frankly, if you took a chance on a new genre or new artist and it isn’t your vibe, you can just go home. Glorious.

So there you have it – doesn’t sound too bad now does it?! At the end of the day it all comes down to you and your artist, a concert will always be a shared experience whether with strangers or friends. The most important thing to do is have fun.

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Ticketmaster New Music Artist Of The Week

Amindi

Blending the vibrancy of both her Jamaican heritage and Los Angeles upbringing, Amindi’s easy-going, mixtape approach to making music is infectiously joyful, embracing prismatic sonics and equally colourful lyricism that’s as bright as her beaming smile.

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