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OUR EDIT OF THE FUNKIEST JAZZ, LATIN + WORLD MUSIC GIGS AND TOURS
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After their monumental headline performance at Roundhouse last year, and having recently sold out Studio 9294 in record time, Portico Quartet bring their unique sound to Barbican for one night only.
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Ticketmaster’s Concerts, Gigs and Tours 2019 guide is dedicated to live music events happening throughout 2019 and into 2020. Whether you’re looking for the biggest acts in the world, up-and-coming new music, stadium fillers, festival headliners going on the road and more, we’ve got you covered.
Our Concerts And Tours hub is designed to help you find the best gig, live event and music experiences happening this year and next, whatever your location, tastes, budget or time-frame, with tickets on sale for upcoming events tonight, next week and well into next year.
Whether you’re looking for fun for all the family, indie favourites, arena fillers, stadium all-dayers, headline shows, tiny club shows and more happening across the country, our Concerts and Tours guide is all you need! You’ll find out which artists, musicians and bands are heading out on tour this year and next year across the UK.
Split out into genres, there’s something for everyone – whether you’re into World music, Pop, Rock, Country, Metal, Electronic, Dance, Rap, Hip-hop and Grime – there’s a huge selection of upcoming concerts and tours across all music genres all around the country. From London’s Eventim Apollo to the SSE Hydro in Glasgow and everywhere in between, there are venues of various sizes and capacities to enjoy some of the best live music entertainment happening now. For the biggest gigs, check out our summer Stadiums guide for huge arena tours. Festival fans can also buy tickets for the upcoming festivals in 2019 and summer 2020 using our Festival Finder guide. The Club Nights hub banner leads to some of the UK’s biggest and best club events and themed music nights around the UK. From Koko’s Antics club night, to weekly events at Jazz Café, if you’re looking for nightlife and live music suggestions, you’ve come to the right place!
Here you can find selected shows across multiple music genres, from new album launch tours to watching your favourite band perform live, our gigs and tours guide has it all covered. You can catch a new album performance from your favourite singer or dance along to well known tracks.
Experience amazing live shows from some of the greats on their UK tour including:
Shows happening next year that you won’t want to miss include:
We have a rich line up of live gigs to enjoy this year, from pop, rock, grime and everything in between. A selected group of upcoming concerts by genre are included below:
Discover the Concerts and Tours hub and find your next gig, event or show and enjoy the live music experience.
There are many music venues in London, from the various O2 Academy venues including O2 Academy Brixton and Islington, the Royal Albert Hall to the Camden Assembly. Slowthai, Killswitch Engage and Tyler the Creator are playing the O2 Academy Brixton, while you can also catch George Ezra or Ry X perform at the Royal Albert Hall, and Freya Ridings and Emeli Sande play the Eventim Apollo, to name just a few.
Read more about what’s on in London on our London Guide.
Concert ticket prices vary depending on the artist and venue, however our concert and tours hub offers a range of events – from tiny club shows to huge stadium dates – at a variety of prices for you to choose from and to suit every pocket.
All the listings on the Concerts and Tours guide display dates, venues and cities. Split into six genre pages, events are listed in alphabetical order for an easy browsing experience to find the best live music entertainment near you.
Again, concert start times vary. Usually venue doors open between 17:00 and 19:00 in the evening at arena, club and theatre shows, with some bigger venues like stadiums and cricket pitches opening earlier – from 12:00 noon, or 16:00. Times are dependant on the number of acts performing.
For most concerts and shows, the curfew time is 23:00. However, this may vary.
Most shows allow attendees aged 16 and over, or 14 and over when accompanied by an adult. Concerts who operate different rules will usually state it on the event page.
Yes, we offer a variety of ticket types, upsells and VIP options. From picnics to early entry passes, collector tickets, VIP experiences and much more.
Go VIP – while VIP Packages vary, they often include Early Entry or Exclusive Areas, Bars, Food Stalls, and more, for you to enjoy across the evening/event.
Concerts can take place in a range of different venues, from small theatres to huge arenas. Whether it’s an intimate indoor gig or a headline spot on the main stage at a festival, join in the live music experience in multiple locations across the UK and abroad.
While every venue differs, most venues do offer visitor car parks, and taxi drop off points.
Many venues are also situated in city centres or surrounding areas which can be accessed via Train, bus and other forms of public transport.
Ticketmaster offers a fan ticket exchange for select events and most tickets can be resold through this platform for face value or less. You can head to our verified fan to fan ticket exchange site to sell your tickets safely and securely so another fan gets to enjoy the gig. See our Ticket Exchange site here.