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In addition to their numerous festival slots in the summer, Brixton's party animals return with a new single, album and UK tour in the autumn. Dates include Leeds on 28th November, Manchester, Newcastle, Birmingham and Brixton on 6th December. From £25.
Prior to performing their headlining show at Hard Rock Calling 2013 in East London, Kasabian will play a warm-up at The Spa in Bridlington on 26th June. Ticket prices start at £35 and are sure to sell out in minutes.
Take That's other budding songwriter returns with his first new material in eight years (the album "The Art of Doing Nothing") and first live shows for almost as long. Sheffield, Bristol, Shepherd's Bush and his home-town Manchester all feature in the June jaunt with tickets set to cost from £25 upwards.
Ireland, relax - Mr Timberlake hasn't forgotten about you. After announcing London shows at this year's Wireless Festival 2013 and Capital FM Summertime Ball 2013, Justin has confirmed a show at Dublin's Phoenix Park on 10th July - from 79.50.
Familiar to Parks and Recreation audiences, the American-based writer is also a stand-up comedian with a new show - Buried Alive. Catch him at Hammersmith Apollo on 15th June - tickets are on sale now, priced from £28.50.
I Am Kloot
After supporting John Cooper Clarke at his Sunday Night Live at the London Palladium show in June and performing at a few festivals, I Am Kloot will return to their home-town on 13th December for a one-off Festive show. From £20.
After performing at Download 2013 on 'Rammstein day', the Aussie-rockers will head over the Irish Sea for a trio of shows in Limerick, Belfast and Dublin on 17th, 18th and 19th June respectively. Priced from £18.50.
His Back In The Game Tour has been selling fast across the country with many shows now out of tickets. He is frequently adding more shows, including another Wimbledon date for 29th May (the previous one on the 28th has sold out).
The King of the Waltz announced a winter tour a while back but due to public demand has had to add a further London show. The Wembley Arena date is 6th December and will herald the opening night of his tour. Various prices.
Yoko Ono recently chose the American outfit to perform at this year's Meltdown Festival 2013 in London. The ripple effect of this is a UK tour including shows in Brighton, Bristol and more until Oxford on 27th June - priced at £10 upwards.
They're due to support the not-dissimilar Kings of Leon on tour and appear at this year's Hard Rock Calling (Saturday) but have added a few headline shows of their own, covering Bristol, London and, just announced, Dublin.
Si Green has already confirmed several North Borders tour-dates, both in the spring and the autumn. Liverpool is the latest city to get a show - the chosen date is 2nd October at the O2 Academy. Tickets on sale now, priced from £16 upwards.
The acclaimed magician's first UK visit will take place in the autumn, calling at Blackpool on 27th September, then Edinburgh, Nottingham, Manchester and Wolverhampton before heading to London for three shows on 11th and 12th October, with the latter offering up a matinee performance. From £32.50 upwards.
Three more shows have been added to their much-anticipated UK tour in the summer, including Liverpool on 22nd July, Sheffield on the 23rd and Plymouth on the 25th. Demand will be pretty big, as it has been for their other dates at this time. On sale now, priced from £34.50.
Armed with their first new material for eight years, in the shape of the album "If The River Was Whiskey", the "Two Princes" rockers will appear at The Garage on 25th September with support from Dodgy. Priced from £20.
He'll be having Words with you for his next tour which kicks off in the autumn. Stops include Leeds on 3rd October, then the likes of Durham, Preston, Farnham, Cardiff, Colchester etc until Norwich on 30th November. More dates are likely to be added - meanwhile tickets are keenly priced from around £12.50.
The American soul-singer (and occasional rapper) will release his third studio album "Where Does This Door Go?" in July and has announced a London date to back it up with. XOYO will host a rare show on 3rd July - tickets on sale now priced from £16.50.
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