Just the ticket: the hottest gigs this season

Just the ticket: the hottest gigs this season

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As well as heralding the beginning of the festival season, spring is a time when artists strike out on stadium tours across the UK. In the coming months, fans will be treated to rare performances from rock legends, sell-out shows from new talent and a few legends returning to the stage after lengthy hiatuses. Tickets are already selling fast so you’ll have to move quickly to secure yours.

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Little MixLittle Mix

Various venues including Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester, London and Cardiff

21 May – 16 July

Up there with the most successful British girl groups of all time, the foursome are back on tour later this year in support of their record-breaking album Glory Days. Staying at position number one in the album charts after its release, its success has seen Jesy, Leigh-Anne, Jade and Perrie become household names around the world. The year-long tour sweeps across the US and Europe before 31 dates at venues across the UK, including four nights at The O2 arena in London – contact us to discuss availability in our VIP suite.

Iron Maiden

Various venues including Newcastle, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff and London

4-28 May

On the road since the Book of Souls world tour opened in Florida last February, the British heavy metal legends will be welcomed back to the UK this spring. Their arena tour promises Mayan-themed sets, fresh material from the double studio album and plenty of old favourites to keep the legion of loyal fans head-banging and happy. If you want to avoid the mosh pit, catch them from the comfort of our suite at The O2 arena on 27 or 28 May.

Robbie WilliamsRobbie Williams

Manchester, Southampton, Edinburgh, Coventry, Dublin, Cardiff and London

2-23 June

The former Take That superstar has spent the past decade dipping in and out of the spotlight, but he’s firmly back in it after opening the New Year’s Eve celebration in London, claiming the Brit Icon Award at this year’s ceremony and announcing a long-awaited European tour. The Heavy Entertainment Show tour will support his 11th studio album of the same name but we expect the set list to be littered with Williams’ sing-along classics. Tickets are selling fast, so contact us soon to secure yours.

Elton John

London, Derby, Birmingham, Leeds, Blackburn and Peterborough

3-11 June

The multi-Grammy Award winner has played at least one concert every year since breaking onto the scene in 1970 and he’s showing no signs of slowing down with more than 60 shows in the diary for 2017. After a spring tour of the US and South America, he’ll be putting on a string of shows across the UK beginning at Twickenham on 3 June. He’s become renowned for touring to towns and cities often overlooked by major recording artists and this year he’s visiting Peterborough, Derby and Blackburn.

Depeche ModeDepeche Mode

London Stadium

3 June

Four years on from their last album Delta Machine, the ground-breaking eighties band are back with a new LP, Spirit, and a European tour. While UK dates are limited, there are still tickets available to their performance in Stratford on 3 June. They’ve recently been confirmed as one of the acts playing at the BBC 6 Music Festival and we expect more festival announcements to be made in the coming months – ask us to keep you posted with any news when we hear it.

Guns N’ Roses

London Stadium

16-17 June

After Axl Rose’s wheelchair-bound performances with rock legends AC/DC last year, he’s got the bug for performing live again and is taking his band on the road throughout Europe this winter. It comes after the announcement that the rockers are recording new material, which could lead to the first album since 2008. Tickets to the UK dates are selling out fast, so contact us to discuss availability and VIP options.

Phil CollinsPhil Collins

British Summer Time festival, Hyde Park, London

30 June

Returning to the stage for the first time in 10 years, the former Genesis drummer and frontman will headline the opening day at the popular music festival in Hyde Park. After announcing his retirement in 2011, many of his fans thought they’d never get to see the Easy Lover singer live again but were given hope in May 2015 when he signed a deal with Warner Music Group to remaster his studio albums, quickly followed by an announcement that he’d strike out on tour this year. His Royal Albert Hall gigs sold out in 15 seconds but there is still some availability for the Hyde Park shows – contact us soon to discuss tickets.

Justin Bieber

British Summer Time festival, Hyde Park, London

2 July

In his only London show of 2017, the Canadian pop star will take the Friday evening slot with support on the day from EDM producer Martin Garrix, Scandi-pop artist Tove Lo and Brits critics’ choice-shortlisted singer Anne-Marie. Bieber’s shows in 2016 were marred by his unpredictable behaviour for which he has since apologised and he promises to be on better form when he returns this summer. This will sell out, so contact us as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Kings of LeonKings of Leon

British Summer Time festival, Hyde Park, London

6 July

Rounding off the tour campaign for their seventh studio album, WALLS, the Grammy Award winners will headline day four of the Hyde Park festival with a massive show. The latest album returns to the heavier, stripped-back sound of the band’s early recordings and hit the top of the charts in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and the US. The two support acts, Pixies and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, would draw a huge crowd alone, so we expect this to sell out in the coming weeks.

Last updated on 28 February 2017


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