Pre-Sale Tickets: Mumford And Sons To Headline All Points East London In Victoria Park

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Mumford and Sons, who put out ‘Delta’ last year, will headline All Points East in Victoria Park, London on June 1, following sets from Leon Bridges, Dizzee Rascal, the Vaccines, Sam Fender, Jade Bird, Gretta Ray, Dermot Kennedy and Dizzy. They’ll also perform at Malahide Castle in Dublin on June 14, with the new dates falling alongside the band’s previously rescheduled autumn 2018 shows.

Pre-sale tickets for their London show go on sale at 9am on February 25, prior to general sale at 9am on February 26.

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This Week’s New Releases: Mariah Carey, Mumford & Sons And Smashing Pumpkins

The new releases are still coming in thick and fast. Be sure to make the most of it before the Christmas lull!

Pop’s #1 diva, Mariah Carey, is back with a new album, Mumford and Sons are racking up LP #4, and the Smashing Pumpkins have returned with their first recording in over 18 years to feature founding members Billy Corgan, James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlin. Longtime guitarist for the band Jeff Schroeder, bassist Jack Bates and keyboardist Katie Cole complete the line up.

Still in the mood for more? Fill your boots below.

Acoustic Alchemy – ‘Thirty Three And A Third’ (Onside via Absolute)

All Hail The Yeti – ‘Highway Crosses’ (Minus Head Records)

Amon Amarth – ‘The Pursuit Of Vikings (Live At Summer Breeze)’ (Metal Blade/Music For Nations)

Anderson .Paak – ‘Oxnard’ (12 Tone/Aftermath)

Boyzone – ‘Thank You & Goodnight’ (Rhino)

Chvrches – ‘Hansa Sessions’ EP (Virgin EMI)

Eiko Ishibashi – ‘The Dream My Bones Dream’ (Drag City)

The Fizz – ‘Christmas With The Fizz’ (MPG via Absolute)

Fleetwood Mac – ’50 Years – Don’t Stop’ (Warner Bros)

Hen Ogledd – ‘Mogic’ (Domino)

Jean-Michel Jarre – ‘Equinoxe Infinity’ (Sony)

The Limiñanas – ‘I’ve Got Trouble In My Mind Vol.2 (7″ And Rare Stuff 2015/2018)’ (Because/Caroline)

Little Mix – ‘LM5’ (Syco)

Mariah Carey – ‘Caution’ (Epic Records)

Mark Knopfler – ‘Down The Road Wherever’ (A British Groove/ Virgin EMI)

Michael Bublé – ‘Love’ (Reprise)

Mumford and Sons – ‘Delta’ (Gentleman Of The Road/Island)

Paloma Faith – ‘The Architect (Zeitgeist Edition)’ (RCA)

Paul Heaton – ‘The Last King Of Pop’ (Virgin EMI)

Roy Orbison and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra – ‘Unchained Melodies’ (Legacy/Sony)

Ryley Walker – ‘The Killywhite Sessions’ (Dead Oceans)

Smashing Pumpkins – ‘Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1 / LP: No Past. No Future. No Sun’ (Napalm Records)

Various Artists – ‘Creed II (OST)’ (Sony)

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Tour Of The Week: Mumford And Sons Line Up Autumn UK Dates For International Delta Tour

Mumford and Sons have announced a world tour ahead of the release of their fourth album, ‘Delta’. Mumford and Sons tickets are on sale now, priced from £37.50/£49.50 plus fees.

With stops planned across the UK and Ireland throughout November, including a London show at the O2 Arena, the band will also travel North America, Australia, New Zealand and continental Europe into spring 2019.

The tour will mark the band’s biggest since their formation 10 years ago and will see them performing on a new state-of-the-art stage stretching across the middle of the room. Maggie Rogers will provide support at shows in the UK and US while Michael Kiwanuka will play in Australia.

Having already shared the record’s lead single, Guiding Light, the band will release the follow up to 2015’s ‘Wilder Mind’ on November 16 through Gentlemen of the Road/Island Records. It was produced by Paul Epworth in London.

Mumford and Sons Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri November 16 2018 – DUBLIN 3 Arena (Ireland)
Sun November 18 2018 – BELFAST SSE Arena (United Kingdom)
Tue November 20 2018 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro (United Kingdom)
Wed November 21 2018 – MANCHESTER Manchester Arena (United Kingdom)
Fri November 23 2018 – BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena (United Kingdom)
Sat November 24 2018 – SHEFFIELD FlyDSA Arena (United Kingdom)
Sun November 25 2018 – NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE Metro Radio Arena (United Kingdom)
Tue November 27 2018 – NOTTINGHAM Motorpoint Arena (United Kingdom)
Wed November 28 2018 – CARDIFF Motorpoint Arena (United Kingdom)
Thu November 29 2018 – LONDON O2 Arena (United Kingdom)
Sat December 01 2018 – LEEDS first direct Arena (United Kingdom)
Sun December 02 2018 – LIVERPOOL Echo Arena (United Kingdom)
Fri December 07 2018 – PHILADELPHIA Pennsylvania – Wells Fargo Center (USA)
Sun December 09 2018 – BOSTON Massachusetts – TD Garden (USA)
Mon December 10 2018 – NEW YORK New York – Madison Square Garden (USA)
Fri December 14 2018 – WASHINGTON District Of Columbia – Capital One Arena (USA)
Mon December 17 2018 – TORONTO ON – Scotiabank Arena (Canada)
Sat January 12 2019 – AUCKLAND Western Springs Outer Fields (New Zealand)
Tue January 15 2019 – BRISBANE Entertainment Centre (Australia)
Fri January 18 2019 – SYDNEY Qudos Bank Arena (Australia)
Tue January 22 2019 – MELBOURNE Sidney Myer Music Bowl (Australia)
Thu January 24 2019 – ADELAIDE Entertainment Centre (Australia)
Sun January 27 2019 – PERTH RAC Arena (Australia)
Wed February 27 2019 – PROVIDENCE Maine – Dunkin Donuts Center (USA)
Thu February 28 2019 – HARTFORD Connecticut – XL Center (USA)
Sat March 02 2019 – ALBANY New York – Times Union Center (USA)
Mon March 04 2019 – MONTREAL QC – Bell Centre (Canada)
Tue March 05 2019 – OTTAWA ON – Canadian Tire Center (Canada)
Fri March 08 2019 – BUFFALO New York – Keybank Center (USA)
Sat March 09 2019 – CLEVELAND Ohio – Quicken Loans Arena (USA)
Mon March 11 2019 – COLUMBUS Ohio – Nationwide Arena (USA)
Tue March 12 2019 – LEXINGTON North Carolina – Rupp Arena (USA)
Thu March 14 2019 – PITTSBURGH Pennsylvania – PPG Paints Arena (USA)
Sat March 16 2019 – CHARLOTTESVILLE Virginia – John Paul Jones Arena (USA)
Sun March 17 2019 – RALEIGH North Carolina – PNC Arena (USA)
Mon March 18 2019 – CHARLESTON South Carolina – North Charleston Coliseum (USA)
Wed March 20 2019 – ATLANTA Georgia – State Farm Arena (USA)
Fri March 22 2019 – NASHVILLE Tennessee – Bridgestone Arena (USA)
Sat March 23 2019 – BIRMINGHAM AL Alabama – BJCC (USA)
Mon March 25 2019 – INDIANAPOLIS Indiana – Bankers Life Field House (USA)
Wed March 27 2019 – DETROIT Michigan – Little Caesars Arena (USA)
Fri March 29 2019 – CHICAGO Michigan – United Center (USA)
Sat March 30 2019 – MADISON Wisconsin – Kohl Center (USA)
Sun March 31 2019 – MILWAUKEE Wisconsin – Fiserv Forum (USA)
Thu April 25 2019 – LISBON Altice Arena (Portugal)
Sat April 27 2019 – BARCELONA Palau Sant Jordi (Spain)
Mon April 29 2019 – MILAN Medialanum Forum (Italy)
Wed May 01 2019 – MUNICH Olympiahalle (Germany)
Fri May 03 2019 – VIENNA Stadthalle (Austria)
Sun May 05 2019 – BASEL St. Jakobshalle (Switzerland)
Tue May 07 2019 – PARIS Zenith (France)
Wed May 08 2019 – LUXEMBOURG Rockhal (Luxembourg)
Thu May 09 2019 – AMSTERDAM Ziggo Dome (Netherlands)
Sat May 11 2019 – BERLIN Mercedes Benz Arena (Germany)
Mon May 13 2019 – FRANKFURT Festhalle (Germany)
Wed May 15 2019 – COLOGNE Lanxess Arena (Germany)
Fri May 17 2019 – COPENHAGEN Royal Arena (Denmark)
Sat May 18 2019 – GOTHENBURG Scandinavium (Sweden)
Sun May 19 2019 – OSLO Spektrum (Norway)
Tue May 21 2019 – STOCKHOLM Ericsson Globe (Sweden)

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Top Tickets This Week: Mumford And Sons, Richard Ashcroft, Olly Murs, Post Malone, Ed Sheeran, Muse, Lana Del Rey, Fastlove: A Tribute To George Michael, Gladys Knight and more

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Mumford and Sons will support their upcoming fourth album, ‘Delta’, with stops across the UK and Ireland throughout November including a London show at the O2 Arena. The band also travel North America, Australia, New Zealand and continental Europe into spring 2019. Tickets go on sale at 9am local time on October 12.

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Richard Ashcroft

Richard Ashcroft will hit the road for a UK tour next spring, calling in Portsmouth, Cardiff, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Hull, Birmingham, Doncaster, Leicester and London between April 19 and May 5. The former Verve frontman, who is touring behind his fifth solo album, ‘Natural Rebel’, out on October 19, also has a string of previously confirmed shows lined up for the autumn. Tickets for the spring dates go on sale at 9.30am on October 12.

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Olly Murs

The pop giant will support the release of his upcoming album, ‘You Know I Know’, out on November 9, with a massive arena tour in May and June, including a date at Gloucerster’s Kingsholm Stadium and two London shows at the O2 Arena. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on October 12.

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Post Malone

The American vocalist, who released ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’ in April, has lined up spring dates in Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester and London, where he will perform at the O2 Arena. He will also play shows throughout Europe between February 22 and March 11. Tickets go on general sale from 9am on October 12.

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Ed Sheeran

Sheeran will wrap up his record-breaking Divide tour at Ipswich’s Chantry Park on August 26, following three previously announced homecoming shows at the venue alongside two dates at Leeds’ Roundhay Park. Tickets for the final date will go on sale at 10am on October 12.

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Muse

The rock trio, whose upcoming album ‘Simulation Theory’ is out on November 9, will play the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London on December 3. The charity show will benefit the Prince’s Trust, with general sale beginning at 9am on October 12.

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Lana Del Rey

The singer, who recently returned with new tracks Mariners Apartment Complex and Venice Bitch, will perform at Dublin’s Malahide Castle on June 22. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on October 12.

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Fastlove: A Tribute To George Michael

Direct from London’s West End, tribute act Joseph Sansome, aka Fastlove, will bring to life a respectful and moving tribute to the late great George Michael at 14 specially selected shows. The concerts are promised to be bigger than ever, featuring new songs, video walls and George Michael’s very own saxophonist, Ed Barker, performing songs including I Can’t Make You Love Me and I Knew You Were Waiting, Careless Whisper, Outside, One More Try and I’m Your Man!

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Gladys Knight

The soul legend will follow up her previously announced shows in Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, London, Bournemouth, Nottingham and Glasgow, with stops at Liverpool’s EchoTwo arena on July 3 and Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena the following day. Tickets for the new dates go on sale at 9am on October 12.

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Also announced this week:

The Cure, Marillion, George Ezra, Joe Jackson, Band of Skulls, Ward Thomas, Cub Sport, The Vamps, Hobo Johnson, Greywind, Beans on Toast, Wreckless Eric, Simply Dylan, The Undertones, Radkey, The Wailers, Sundara Karma, 10cc, Electric Six, Octavian, Brass Against, Ry X, Decapitated, Greta Van Fleet, The Bootleg Beatles, Leo Sayer, Circa Waves, P.O.D., Alien Ant Farm, Ricky Gervais, Emarosa, Chastity, Giorgio Moroder, Chip, Du Blonde, Alex Vargas, Kris Barras Band and more. Head here for more information and to find your tickets.

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Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart 2015 Countdown: Part Three

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So, as Christmas Day edges ever closer our countdown of the year’s top 50 best-selling artists on Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart continues. We’ve been working our way from the bottom up, counting through 10 a day, until we hit top spot and crown the successors to One Direction, who took top spot in 2014. Make sure to check back throughout the week to see who’s in the running for a Stereoboard Christmas #1. If you missed them, make sure to check out Parts One and Two.

21. Mumford And Sons
22. Years and Years
23. David Gilmour
24. Kevin Bridges
25. Taylor Swift
26. Muse
27. Rihanna
28. The Prodigy
29. Mrs Browns Boys
30. Take That

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Adele Continues To Sit Pretty Atop Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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Adele, queen of the charts, continues to reign supreme and secures the #1 spot on Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart for the second week in a row. Catching up with her, and jumping two places this week, are Coldplay, bumping last week’s #2, Lionel Richie, down to #3.

Having a good first week are Billy Joel and Justin Bieber, who have entered the chart at #4 and #5, respectively.  Also on the rise are Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra, climbing from #11 last week to #6 this week. However, things are not looking good for Rihanna, who has slid down to #7, or Hozier, who is only just clinging onto a top 20 position.

In the next week we have a truly a mixed bag of artists with tickets going on sale: previous Stereoboard chart kings AC/DC, Christmas favourite Maria Carey, as well as Neil YoungAndrea Bocelli and John Newman. Check back with us to see if we’ve waved goodbye to Adele and hello to a new #1.

1. Adele
2. Coldplay
3. Lionel Richie
4. Billy Joel
5. Justin Bieber
6. Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra
7. Rihanna
8. Stereophonics
9. Kygo
10. Rod Stewart
11. Elton John
12. Strictly Come Dancing
13. The Corrs
14. Bryan Adams
15. Russell Howard
16. Mumford and Sons
17. Little Mix
18. The Cure
19. Kevin Hart
20. Hozier

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

1.  AC/DC

2. Maria Carey

3. Neil Young

4. Andrea Bocelli

5. John Newman

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Adele Says Hello From The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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Well, she’s done it, Adele has bagged yet another #1 and reached the top of  Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart. Following closely behind is fellow “hello” singer Lionel Richie and at #3 Rihanna. That leaves last week’s chart-toppers, Coldplay, at #4.

Making an impressive climb up the chart this week is Madonna, progressing from #20 to #12.  Also creeping up the chart and making it into the top 10 is  Elton John. Though, what goes up, must come down and Stereophonics have slid from third position down to #10 and Rod Stewart from #6 to #16.

Last week we saw a lot of big hitters go on sale and we thought it unlikely it could be topped. However, Justin Bieber and Billy Joel decided to announce shows, along with Russell HowardElton John  and Lionel Richie adding extra dates to their already announced tours. Check in with us next week to see if any of them have been able to steal the top spot from Adele.

1. Adele
2. Lionel Richie
3. Rihanna
4. Coldplay
5. Jingle Bell Ball
6. David Gilmour
7. Elton John
8. Dynamo
9. Little Mix
10. Stereophonics
11. Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra
12. Madonna
13. The Cure
14. Mumford and Sons
15. Strictly Come Dancing
16. Rod Stewart
17. Muse
18. Kevin Hart
19. Bryan Adams
20. Hozier

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

1. Justin Bieber

2. Billy Joel

3. Russell Howard (new dates)

4. Elton John (new dates)

5. Lionel Richie (new dates)

 

 

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Coldplay #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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In their first week on the chart Coldplay have shot straight to #1, knocking Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra down to #10. Meanwhile, The Cure are also having a good week, sliding into second position.

Stereophonics have risen one place, while Rod Stewart has dropped the same and Simply Red have jumped an impressive eight places, only narrowly missing out on a top 10 position.

We hope you’ll be able to check in with us next week as we’re not sure if following the Adele tour going on sale the internet will be in complete meltdown. If you can, make sure to find out if Coldplay protect their #1 spot or if Adele storms to the top of yet another chart.

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

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