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The Week Ahead: The Orb, Fatboy Slim, Ludovico Einaudi, Tears for Fears, Dickies and more

Posted: 19th July 2016

All prices are exclusive of booking fees and correct at the time of publication. Line-ups for festivals subject to last-minute changes. Click on the images for more details and to buy tickets (subject to availability)

This week

The Orb 'Adventures of the Underworld' on 29th July in London, from £25
Fatboy Slim on 29th July in Newcastle. Limited tickets available
Ludovico Einaudi London residency from 28th to 31st July. Limited tickets available.
Fred Wesley & The New JB's 29th and 30th July in Perth (Southern Fried Festival) and London - £16/ £25.
Tears for Fears 'The Jockey Club Live Presents' on 29th July in Newmarket, £38.
Dickies from 28th July to 14th August in London, Southampton, Leeds, Newcastle and more, from £13 to £17.60
George Clinton and Parliament, Funkadelic on 29th July in Liverpool and from £27.50
Conya Doss on 27th and 28th July in London and Kings Heath from £12.50 to £20
Chameleons Vox from 28th July to 17th December in London, Bristol, Glasgow, York, Nottingham and more from £16 to £20
Deap Vally from 25th July to 21st September in London, Manchester and Glasgow from £10 to £13
Skinny Molly from 31st July to 4th September in Devon, Evesham, Kinross and Leicester from £8 to £19.80
The Wonder Years from 28th to 31st July in London, Glasgow, Leeds and Swansea from £15. Limited tickets available
Airbourne on 26th and 27th July in Cardiff and Edinburgh from £17.50 to £20. Dublin and Belfast shows in August.
Blue Oyster Cult on 28th and 29th July in London and Dublin. Limited tickets available
Grouplove on 27th July and 27th September in London from £12 to £15
African Head Charge on 26th and 27th July in London and Ramsgate from £15 to £16.50

Festivals

Camp Bestival from 28th to 31st July in Dorset with Tears For Fears, Fatboy Slim, Jess Glynne, Katy B, KT Tunstall, Squeeze and more.
Kendal Calling from 28th to 31st July with Noel Gallagher, Rudimental, Madness, The Charlatans, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Everything Everything and more.
LeeFest from 28th to 30th July in Kent with Circa Waves, Everything Everything, Lianne La Havas, Vant and more.
Standon Calling from 28th to 31st July in Hertfordshire with Suede, Jess Glynne, Kelis, The Hives, Ghostpoet, Anna Calvi and more.
Daniel O'Connell