Fat Friday: Kings of Leon, Michael Bublé, Justin Bieber, Trey Songz, Lawson and more
Posted: 7th November 2012
Tickets on sale from Friday 9th November 2012 for Kings of Leon
, Michael Bublé, Justin Bieber
, Trey Songz
, The Joy Formidable
, The Darkness
, Mark Tremonti
, John Prine
, Benjamin Francis Leftwich
, Richard Thompson
and The Faceless
Tickets on sale Friday at 9am unless otherwise stated. For ticket availability, click on the 'Buy Tickets' buttons below, on or after the on-sale date and time. Prices quoted are exclusive of booking fees.
Kings Of Leon Next summer, the Followill brothers will perform a handful of arena dates next summer in light of the release of album number six. Dates include two nights at the O2 Arena in London on 12th & 13th June, two at Manchester's Arena on 24th & 25th June and Birmingham's LG Arena on 9th &10th July. From £45.
Michael Bublé The multi-platinum crooner will now perform another four concerts at the London venue in July, in addition to the six he's already sold out! The new shows will take place on 8th, 10th, 12th and 13th July 2013 and will start at £50 with £70 price-points also available.
Justin Bieber Beliebers better get ready - the teen icon has squeezed in a new O2 Arena show for 8th March in response to demand for his 2013 UK tour. Ticket prices start at £50 and rise to £60 - other UK shows (except Liverpool and Nottingham) are still available.
Trey Songz Fresh from appearing on Jools Holland's Later show this week, The R&B superstar celebrates his Top 10 album Chapter V with more dates next year. We'll have the new shows in Leeds, Hammersmith (1st Feb) and Newcastle on sale from £27.50 (£30 for London).
Lawson With all manner of shows coming up - Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball, Little Noise Sessions, even the rugby (Big Game 5), the band finally go back to 'basics' with a 2013 tour to promote their recent Top 10 album. Most cities are covered and prices start at £15.
The Joy Formidable New album "Wolf's Law" is due for release in the New Year and will be succeeded by a full UK tour. The first show will be in Liverpool on 22nd January, followed by Norwich, Belfast, Dublin, Cardiff and lots more until winding up in London on 8th March. From £12.50 upwards.
The Darkness Hail the return of the biggest falsetto in rock - Justin Hawkins and co are back with more new material as well as their landmark debut's 10th anniversary. Shows include Sheffield (1st March), Manchester, Hammersmith and more and are priced from £25 upwards.
Mark Tremonti Creed's Grammy-winning guitarist is out on the road next year to plug new album "All I Was". The handful of shows centres on rock-friendly towns, starting with Wolverhampton on 14th Feb, followed by Edinburgh, Manchester and London. Prices start at £16.50.
John Prine It's been many years since country-roots singer Prine headlined his own shows, save for a few festival appearances. The guitarist and songwriter will perform in London, Manchester and Ireland during February - tickets are on sale from 10.00am Friday 9th.
Wiley After a string of November shows, the grimey superstar returns in the new year with a UK tour featuring Skepta and JME in support. The April shows include Norwich, Birmingham, London, Manchester and Bristol and cost from £12.50.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich The acclaimed singer-songwriter returns with new material and follow-up shows to his busy 2011/12 schedule. Confirmed so far are Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham and London and tickets are sure to be snapped up fast.
Foals After announcing a string of shows both large and small this year, 2013 is the embodiment of huge for Foals - they are playing London's Royal Albert Hall on 28th March in support of their forthcoming album. Demand will be brisk.
Richard Thompson On sale at 10.00am is the first show from one of our most-esteemed singer songwriters' upcoming Electric Tour. Richard Thompson's Shepherd's Bush gig on 25th February will be snapped up quick at around £30. More dates to follow.
Journey Next spring, American million-selling Journey, British co-headliners Whitesnake and Thunder will be on the same bill for the first time as they undertake a UK tour. The shows begin in Glasgow on 18th May and continue to Sheffield, Newcastle etc until Wembley on the 29th. From £45.
The Faceless American metallers The Faceless have third album "Autotheism" and a long line of UK dates planned for the winter, starting with Bristol on 30th January and followed by Southampton, Brighton and more until Leeds on 8th February. Support comes from Londoners The Safety Fire. From £10.