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The Haus of Gaga brings its predictably jaw-dropping Born This Way Ball tour and stage show to Twickenham on 8th Sept, before Manchester on the 11th and then Dublin on 15th September. Support comes from The Darkness and Gaga's resident DJ Lady Starlight. Prices average at around £60.
2012 promises to be the return of Marilyn Manson, mainly thanks to the 'Hey Cruel World' tour when Manson heads over to the UK for one solitary, but nonetheless, huge show at Brixton Academy on 5th July. Tickets will cost £30 and will go on sale from us on Thursday 12th April at 9am!
An extra show has been added to the autumn tour. Wembley Arena will host the all-star gig on 7th September - tickets are priced from £35. Support for this and all other September tour dates comes from Graham Coxon. A special bonus support for Wembley only comes from The Kooks.
Recent album 'Wonky' has prompted further 2012 shows in December which kick off at the Bristol Academy on the 3rd, followed by dates in Preston, Sheffield, Birmingham, Oxford and more, before Brixton Academy on Friday 14th December 2012. All are priced £24 except London which is £30.
Not only has Ricky Ross said the band are working on new material but there's also a new tour, starting in Dundee on 4th October, followed by gigs in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester, Liverpool and more, before the final show at the Roundhouse in Camden on 22nd October 2012.
As a clear show of affection for their UK fans, Incubus have just announced a new show for the summer as a replacement for their scuppered Sonisphere slot. Tickets for the Brixton Academy show on 9th July are priced from £29.50 and will sell fast.
Mraz will be performing around the US and Europe with his 'Tour Is a Four-Letter Word', before hitting London's O2 Arena on 1st December 2012. This huge show will be 'lucky for some' who can get tickets because Jason's last UK tour dates, in 2008 and 2009, sold out. Prices start at £32 for all seats.
The Sunderland band are back on the road in October. At present just three shows have been confirmed, beginning with Leeds on 5th October, then Cardiff on the 11th and London's Electric Ballroom on the 17th. Leeds and Cardiff shows go on sale from 9am Thursday - London is on sale now.
The ex-Stranglers songwriter will be performing 'No More Heroes' and new album 'Totem and Taboo' during this full UK tour, which starts in Carlisle on 3rd October and ends in Tavistock on the 20th. There are big city stops in amongst the tour and ticket prices weigh in at £18 (£20 for London).
For the next Disney on Ice spectacular, Passport to Adventure, it's time to pack your suitcases and head off to a magical land, far far away - or at least Glasgow from 28th Sept to 7th Oct, followed by week-long stops in Newcastle, Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield and finally Wembley Arena during the Festive holiday. Prices start from around £11 - £19 and rise to anything from £35 to £43.
See below for even more new ticket on-sales including The Walkmen, Natty, Neneh Cherry, Macy Gray and more.