Hip Hop won't stop: The definitive UK/ Ireland Hip Hop Guide
Posted: 6th February 2020
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X ABSTRACT ORCHESTRA sees the two bands recreate the sound of J-Dilla with a September UK tour (rescheduled from February), covering London, Bristol, Manchester, Leeds, Edinburgh and more. Tickets start from £18.50.
has announced a "Ghettocowboy" UK/ Ireland tour, covering London, Birmingham, Glasgow and Dublin from 16th March. Tickets on sale now, priced from £17.50 to £20.
has announced a spring UK tour, playing London, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Leeds and Glasgow from 23rd March.
The "Ghetto Lenny Kravitz" plays the Electric Ballroom in Camden on 24th February, followed by Dublin's Academy the day later. Tickets from £20.
The Ohio rapper has announced an April UK tour, covering London (two dates), Birmingham and Manchester from 4th to 8th April, showcasing songs from recent release, "Immortal". Tickets (selling fast) from £25.
has announced an "I Wanna Thank Me" UK/ Ireland arena tour, covering London, Dublin, Belfast, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham from 9th to 16th April 2020, Warren G, The Dogg Pound, Versatile, Obie Trice and D-12. Tickets on sale now.
returns to the road for a string of October dates including Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and Brighton - tickets available now. New album Hoodies All Summer will appear at the end of August.
has just added a London date to his 2019 schedule - he'll be at Camden's Jazz Cafe in September, as well as previously announced shows in Manchester and Leeds. Tickets available now.
Hip Hop Nights
We have a number of Hip Hop club nights (mainly based in London) over the coming weeks and months, including: Faded in Hackney, Camden and Marylebone, Pour It Up in Islington, Emily Rawson's Supa Dupa Fly in Brixton and Camden and DJ Spin Doctor's The Doctor's Orders across London. More info here: Hip Hop Nights.