Top Tickets This Week: St Vincent, Sabaton, Dave Chappelle, The Warehouse Project with Megan Thee Stallion, Migos and more, We Are Scientists, Gojira

St Vincent


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St Vincent has announced the UK and European leg of the Daddy’s Home Tour, with stops planned in Ljubljana, Prague, Warsaw, Berlin, Cologne, Dublin, Edinburgh and London, where she’ll wrap up the trek with her biggest headline UK show to date at the Eventim Apollo on June 29. Tickets go on sale at 10am on July 9. The tour shares its name with Annie Clark’s most recent album, released in May.

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Sabaton

The Swedish metallers have announced The Tour To End All Tours, with UK shows lined up at the SSE Arena Wembley, London on March 18, Leeds’ First Direct Arena the next day, Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on March 20 and the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on March 22.

The trek also expands to cities across Europe, including stops in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, France, Germany, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Hungary, Italy, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Estonia and Finland. Tickets for the UK run go on general sale at 10am on July 9, while on sale dates vary for the European shows. They’ll be supported by The Hu and Lordi.

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Dave Chappelle

Due to demand, the American comic and actor will now play five nights at London’s Eventim Apollo, with the new gig falling on August 17. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on July 9.

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The Warehouse Project

Organisers have confirmed further names for this year’s Warehouse Project, including Megan Thee Stallion (pictured), MigosEric Prydz, DrumcodeChase And Status, and Jamie XX, among many others. They join the previously revealed reopening acts; Nile Rodgers and CHIC, DJ Shadow, Andy C, and Carl Cox.

After 2020’s edition had to be cancelled, the series will return to Manchester’s 10,000 capacity Depot Mayfield from September. Head here for a calendar of gigs confirmed so far. Tickets for most of the newly confirmed shows go on general sale at 10am on July 9, except the Eric Prydz gig, which goes on sale at 9am.

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We Are Scientists

We Are Scientists have announced the Come On Get Huffy Tour, with UK shows lined up in Sheffield, Leeds, Hull, Manchester, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Liverpool, Nottingham, Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton and London, where they’ll wrap up the run at the O2 Forum Kentish Town on December 9. The European leg will follow in spring 2022, beginning on April 1 in Paris and culminating in Hamburg on April 14. Tickets go on sale at 9am BST/10am CET on July 9.

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Gojira


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Gojira will embark on a UK and European tour in early 2022, kicking off in Helsinki, Finland, on January 17 and wrapping up at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena in Wales on March 14. The UK and Ireland leg also includes stops in Nottingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Belfast, Dublin, Manchester, and London, where they’ll take over Alexandra Palace. Support will come from Alien Weaponry and Employed To Serve. Tickets are on sale now.

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Also announced this week:

  • Glassjaw will bring the 20+ Year Anniversaries Tour to the UK next spring.
  • Bon Iver have rescheduled their UK and European tour for a second time due to autumn 2022.
  • Natalie Imbruglia has announced an intimate London show for September.
  • Dermot Kennedy has rescheduled his Belsonic Belfast show, adding a second date in the process.
  • Royal Blood have lined up four intimate UK shows for this summer.
  • Rejjie Snow has announced his By Myself Tour for September and October.
  • Bombay Bicycle Club have announced two festival warm-up shows.
  • Enter Shikari have announced four warm up shows ahead of their rescheduled UK tour.
  • Max and Harvey have moved their This Is Not A Phase Tour to April 2022.
  • Bright Eyes have moved their UK and European tour dates for a second time to summer 2022.
  • Paul Weller has announced a show at Leisureland in Galway.
  • Professor Brian Cox has rescheduled his Horizons Tour to 2022.
  • Peter Hook and the Light will take the Joy Division: A Celebration show to Ireland in autumn 2022.

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Top Tickets This Week: Bullet For My Valentine, Lorde, Dave Chappelle, Kaleo, Angels & Airwaves and more

Bullet For My Valentine

Bullet For My Valentine will support their self-titled seventh studio album, out on October 22, with an autumn UK tour that will head to Nottingham, Edinburgh, Hull, Manchester, London, Cardiff and Brighton between October 31 and November 9. Pre-sale tickets for London and Nottingham are available now via Ticketmaster, ahead of general sale at 10am on June 25.

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Lorde

Photo: Ophelia Mikkelson Jones

Lorde has announced her new album. The follow-up to 2017’s ‘Melodrama’ is called ‘Solar Power’ and will arrive on August 20. The Grammy-winning vocalist will support the record with a world tour that will include shows in New Zealand, Australia, North America, Europe and the UK. The latter leg will include stops in Leeds, Edinburgh, Manchester, Birmingham and London, where she’s lined up two nights at the Roundhouse. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 25.

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Dave Chappelle

Dave Chappelle will return to the UK later this summer. The award-winning American comedian has announced two stand-up shows at the Eventim Apollo on August 11 and 12. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 25.

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Kaleo

Kaleo will bring their Fight Or Flight Tour to the UK and Ireland in 2022. The Icelandic blues-rock band will kick off the rescheduled North American leg of the trek in February, followed by the UK and Irish run in June. Stops include Manchester, Dublin, Birmingham and London, where they’ll take over the Eventim Apollo. Support will come from London-based Belle Mt. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 25.

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Angels and Airwaves

Photo: Jonathan Weiner 

Angels and Airwaves will support their new album ‘LIFEFORMS’, out on September 24, with their first headline UK tour in 10 years in March 2022. Stops include Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham, Bristol and London. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 25.

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Chrissie Hynde

The Pretenders vocalist will take over London’s Royal Opera House on July 29 and 30, followed by four nights at Edinburgh’s Queen’s Hall between August 22 and 25. The socially distanced concerts will see Hynde performing stripped back acoustic reworks of Bob Dylan songs, along with tracks from her own band’s back catalogue.

The announcement follows the release of her new covers LP honouring the legendary singer-songwriter, ‘Standing In The Doorway: Chrissie Hynde Sings Bob Dylan’. A companion film called Tomorrow Is A Long Time, which details the recording of the album, is also available via Sky Arts.

Pre-sale tickets are available now via Ticketmaster, ahead of general sale at 12pm on June 25.

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Also announced this week:

  • Courteeners will headline Scarborough Open Air Theatre in September.
  • The Hives have lined up headline shows in Nottingham and Portsmouth in December.
  • Mogwai have announced a headline London show at Alexandra Palace in February 2022.
  • Sarah Millican has added two extra London shows to her Bobby Dazzler Tour.
  • Killing Joke to take Honour The Fire Tour across the UK in spring 2022.
  • Squeeze will play their only headline show of 2021 at in Carlisle this November.
  • Ricky Gervais has announced another SuperNature warm-up show in London.
  • Low will take their Hey What Tour across the UK and Ireland in April 2022.

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This Week’s Top Tickets: My Chemical Romance, Kendrick Lamar, Noel Gallagher, The National, Morrissey, Dave Chappelle and more

My Chemical Romance

The recently reformed My Chemical Romance will take over Stadium MK in Milton Keynes on June 20 for their first gig together on this side of the Atlantic Ocean since 2011. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on January 24 and will be limited to six per person for standing and four per person for seating.

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Kendrick Lamar at BST Hyde Park

The award-winning rapper will top the BST Hyde Park bill on July 5 with support from special guests James Blake and Brittany Howard, plus more that are yet to be confirmed. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on January 24.

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Noel Gallagher


Photo: Mitch Ikeda

The former Oasis guitarist and band will play two hometown gigs at Manchester’s O2 Apollo on March 24 and 25 before heading to London’s Royal Albert Hall for a performance in aid of Teenage Cancert Trust on March 27. Tickets go on sale at 9.30am on January 24.

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The National

The band, who released ‘I Am Easy To Find’ in 2019, will perform two unique sets at O2 Academy Brixton in London on June 1 and 2. They’ve also lined up a Paris show at Salle Pleyel on June 10. Tickets go on general sale at 10am local time on January 24.

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Morrissey

The former Smiths frontman will perform at Leeds’ First Direct Arena on March 6, Cologne Palladium on March 9, Salle Pleyel in Paris on March 11 and the SSE Arena Wembley in London on March 14. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on January 24.

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Dave Chappelle

The award-winning American comedian and actor will take over Leicester Square Theatre in London for five nights between February 9 and 13. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on January 24.

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Also announced this week:

Alicia Keys, BTS, Milk Teeth, the Chats, Twinnie, Stereophonics, Groove Armada, Nile Rodgers, Teenage Cancer Trust gigs, Ella Eyre, Manic Street Preachers, Whitesnake, Fatboy Slim, Madness, Hi-Tide Festival, Foals, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Jessie J, Bastille, Debbie Harry and Chris Stein In Conversation, Real Estate, Suzanne Vega, Belinda Carlisle, Rufus Wainwright, Van Morrison, Yusuf Cat Stevens, KT Tunstall, Rick Astley, Richard Hawley, Primal Scream, King Creosote, the Jesus And Mary Chain, Edwyn Collins, Summer Nights at the Bandstand, Ozuna, Lupe Fiasco, the Slow Readers Club, Crash Test Dummies, Weyes Blood, the Fratellis and more. Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.

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This Week’s Top Tickets: George Ezra, Arcane Roots, Starsailor, Claire Richards, Dave Chapelle And Jon Stewart and more

George Ezra

The singer-songwriter, who put out ‘Staying At Tamara’s’ earlier this year, will be joined by Sigrid on his first ever headlining arena tour in March. Ezra also plays previously confirmed shows during November, including two nights at Glasgow’s Barrowland and another at the SSE Arena Wembley. Tickets for the new dates go on general sale at 9am on August 17.

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Arcane Roots

The Kingston-Upon-Thames trio have lined up stripped back, electronic shows to accompany the release of their ‘Landslide’ EP. The collection of reimagined tracks from their ‘Melancholia Hymns’ album is set to arrive on September 14, followed by shows in Manchester, London, Leicester, Brighton, Bristol, Newcastle and Edinburgh during October. Tickets are on general sale at 10am on August 17.

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Starsailor

Starsailor will mark the 15th anniversary of their sophomore album, ‘Silence Is Easy’, by performing it in full at the Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow, Manchester’s O2 Ritz and the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London on November 19, 20 and 29 respectively. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on August 17.

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Claire Richards

The Steps member will release her debut solo album, ‘My Wildest Dreams’, on November 2, followed by shows in Glasgow, Birmingham, Liverpool and London between December 2 and 6. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on August 17.

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Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart

The comedians will combine for two shows at the Royal Albert Hall in London on October 21 and 22, following up similar engagements in Boston, Houston, El Paso and Atlanta. Tickets are on sale at 10am on August 17.

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Also announced this week:

Richard Ashcroft, Sam Fender, Astroid Boys, Paul Van Dyk, Hozier, Moss Kena, the Dead Daisies, BEAK, Behemoth, Wednesday 13, Ghost Bath, Three Trapped Tigers, Happy Accidents, Tonight Alive and more.

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Green Day Top Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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So, Green Day have managed it, they’ve knocked festival favourites Biffy Clyro off the top spot and down to #6.  Completing the rest of the top five we have Olly MursFrankie ValliJustin Bieber and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

This week we welcome some new names to the chart, including Lucy SpragganThe Next StepJimmy Eat WorldMarvel Universe LiveShawn Mendes and Christine and the Queens, among others. The new blood has meant we’ve had to say goodbye to some acts, but we’ve still got some familiar faces who are holding firm in the top 20,  such as The CureCatfish and the BottlemenTwenty One Pilots and Dave Chappelle.

We’ve had a big re-jig this week, so it’s anyone’s guess as to what next week’s chart will look like, especially considering there are tickets going on sale for Elton JohnKorn (co-headline with Limp Bizkit), Bon IverThe Pretty Reckless and Taking Back Sunday.  Check back in with us to see if any of them manage to steal the #1 spot from the punk trio.

1. Green Day
2. Olly Murs
3. Frankie Valli
4. Justin Bieber
5. Red Hot Chili Peppers
6. Biffy Clyro
7. Lucy Spraggan
8. Twenty One Pilots
9. The Next Step
10. The Cure
11. Jimmy Eat World
12. The Courteeners
13. Marvel Universe Live
14. Dave Chappelle
15. Billy Joel
16. Shawn Mendes
17. David Gilmour
18. Catfish and the Bottlemen
19. Christine and the Queens
20. Status Quo

On sale in the next week – can they break the top 20?

1. Elton John

2. Korn (co-headline with Limp Bizkit)

3. Bon Iver

4. The Pretty Reckless

5. Taking Back Sunday

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Biffy Clyro At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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It took us a while to recover from the bank holiday shenanigans, so we’ve doubled up and given you a chart covering August 22 to September 4.

Reading Festival headliners Biffy Clyro have knocked the event off the top spot and taken #1 position on the chart. Following closely behind are fellow festival headliners Red Hot Chili Peppers, while making up the rest of the top five we have The CourteenersTwenty One Pilots and South West Four.

We’ve had lots of show announcements recently, which has meant a lot of movement on the chart and welcoming some new blood, including Twenty One PilotsFrank Turner, Dave ChappelleOliver Heldens and You Me At Six.

This week we’ve had even more MASSIVE tours announced. Green Day have confirmed a trio of UK arena shows, as well as a North American tour, Shawn Mendes has lined up a world tour,  Olly Murs will be calling at arenas across the UK and Ireland in 2017, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons are getting back on the road next year, and Ne-Yo will play two UK arena shows in November. Come back and see us next week to see if any have managed to bump the Biff from the top spot.

1. Biffy Clyro
2. Red Hot Chili Peppers
3. The Courteeners
4. Twenty One Pilots
5. South West Four
6. Justin Bieber
7. Reading Festival
8. Dave Chappelle
9. You Me At Six
10. Frank Turner
11. Creamfields
12. Catfish and the Bottlemen
13. The Chemical Brothers
14. Oliver Heldens
15. David Gilmour
16. The Cure
17. Marti Pellow
18. Chase and Status
19. Jess Glynne
20. Tennents Vital

On sale in the next week – can they break the top 20?

1. Green Day

2. Shawn Mendes

3. Olly Murs

4. Frankie Valli

5. Ne-Yo

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Foo Fighters Top Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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Foo Fighters are sitting pretty at the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart this week, relegating Ed Sheeran to #7. Meanwhile, The Ashes are standing firm at #2 and New Order fall out of the top five, all the way down to #17.

We welcome some new entries to the chart this week, including The ProdigyBeres HammondKorn and Megadeth. However, as new acts arrive, others must leave and we say goodbye to chart kings AC/DC, as well as MorrisseyElectric Daisy CarnivalFleetwood MacBBC Radio 2 LiveMadonnaDave ChappelleSimply Red and Marina And The Diamonds.

1. Foo Fighters
2. The Ashes
3. The Prodigy
4. James Bay
5. Bette Midler
6. U2
7. Ed Sheeran
8.  Michael McIntyre
9. David Gilmour
10. Years and Years
11. Neil Diamond
12. Lovebox
13. One Direction
14. Lionel Richie
15. Duran Duran
16. Dynamo
17. New Order
18. Beres Hammond
19. Korn
20. Megadeth

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Little Mix

2. Laura Marling

3. Kasabian

4. The View

5. James Morrison

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Ed Sheeran Is Back On Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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As AC/DC have finished up their UK tour Ed Sheeran has stepped in to the #1 spot. Close behind him are  The AshesNew Order, Morrissey and Electric Daisy Carnival who are all new to the chart and have done well to come straight into the top five. Also new to the chart, but not ranking as highly, are Marina And The Diamonds and Dave Chappelle, who are at #19 and #13, respectively.

We say our goodbyes to Lionel RichieBob DylanGregory PorterDixie ChicksA$AP Rocky and Wiz KhalifaThe 1975Paloma FaithMrs Browns BoysThe Vamps and Wireless, who all failed to make the top 20 for the week.

On sale this week are Foo FightersThe ProdigyMegadeth and Lamb Of GodElla Eyre and The Gaslight Anthem. Can they make it into the top 20 and maybe even knock Ed Sheeran off the top spot? Make sure to check back next week to find out.

1. Ed Sheeran
2. The Ashes
3. New Order
4. Morrissey
5. Electric Daisy Carnival
6. Fleetwood Mac
7.  T In The Park
8. BBC Radio 2 Live
9. One Direction
10. Neil Diamond
11. Madonna
12. U2
13. Dave Chappelle
14. AC/DC
15. Wimbledon
16. Years and Years
17. Simply Red
18. Michael McIntyre
19. Marina And The Diamonds
20.  James Bay

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Foo Fighters

2. The Prodigy

3. Megadeth and Lamb Of God

4. Ella Eyre

5. The Gaslight Anthem

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Fleetwood Mac At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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Now that their tour has started Fleetwood Mac have knocked Wet Wet Wet off the Hot Ticket Chart top spot and they’ve fallen all the way to #17. Keeping them company in the bottom five are 5 Seconds Of Summer, who have actually risen two places this week.

AC/DC are still holding strong a #2, while Foo Fighters and Maroon 5 have both improved their positions. Catfish And The Bottlemen have had a strong first week, entering the chart at #4. However, we have had to say goodbye to a few people, including James BayEric Clapton and Ride.

1. Fleetwood Mac
2. AC/DC
3. Foo Fighters
4. Catfish And The Bottlemen
5. Maroon 5
6. Ed Sheeran
7. Take That
8. Dynamo
9. Taylor Swift
10. The Prodigy
11. One Direction
12. Michael McIntyre
13. Hozier
14. U2
15. Mrs Brown’s Boys
16. Tom Jones
17. Wet Wet Wet
18. 5 Seconds Of Summer
19. Dave Chappelle
20. Madness

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. The 1975

2. Jason Derulo

3. Will Young

4. A Ha

5. The Janoskians

 

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