Top Tickets This Week: The Specials, The Music, Beabadoobee, Nines, Amy MacDonald, Dead Can Dance and more

The Specials

The ska legends are set to tour the UK in 2021, kicking off the run in Swindon on August 31 before heading to Plymouth, Bournemouth, Brighton, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester, Cardiff, Hull, Blackpool, Birmingham, Nottingham and Doncaster. The trek also includes a hometown date at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena and will culminate with two London shows at the Camden Roundhouse. Tickets for all dates go on general sale at 10am on September 11.

In June, the band rescheduled their performances at Halifax’s Piece Hall and Dublin’s Trinity College to summer 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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The Music

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The Music are to reform for an outdoor show at Temple Newsam Park in Leeds on May 28, joined by special guests the Cribs, the Coral, the Snuts, and the Skinner Brothers. Tickets for the one-off performance go on general sale at 10am on September 11, priced £49.50 including fees.

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Beabadoobee

The indie-pop artist has lined up a UK and Ireland tour for September 2021, with shows planned in Manchester, Leeds, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cambridge, Leicester, Bristol, Oxford, Dublin, Belfast, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow and London, where the 20-year-old will play the O2 Forum Kentish Town. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 11.

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Nines

The chart-topping London rapper has lined up shows in Dublin, Cardiff, Leeds, Glasgow, Nottingham, Birmingham, Manchester and London, where he’ll headline the O2 Academy Brixton, between April 29 and May 9. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on September 11.

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Amy MacDonald

The Scottish singer-songwriter has confirmed a performance at the London Roundhouse on May 6, as part of her spring 2021 European tour. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 11.

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Dead Can Dance

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Dead Can Dance will take over London’s Eventim Apollo on April 5 and 6, followed by two nights at Dublin’s Olympia Theatre on April 8 and 9. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on September 11.

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Also announced this week:

Head here for a full list and to find your tickets. Check our rolling guide to cancelled and postponed events here.

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