Pre-Sale Tickets: The Lumineers Announce UK And European Leg Of Brightside World Tour For Summer 2023

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The band have confirmed details of the summer 2023 UK and European leg of their Brightside World Tour.

They’ve lined-up outdoor shows at Dublin’s St Anne’s Park, Edinburgh Castle, Cardiff Castle, London’s Crystal Palace Park and Halifax Piece Hall, as well as European festival appearances, and headline concerts in Berlin, Warsaw, Prague, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Milan, Rome and Macerata.

In Dublin they’ll be joined by very special guest Sigrid, and Vance Joy, though support acts for the rest of the tour have not yet been revealed.

The trek shares its name with the American folk-rock band’s fourth studio album, released back in January. Pre-sale opens at 10am on November 10, ahead of general sale at 10am GMT on Friday (November 11).

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This Week’s New Releases: FKA Twigs, Earl Sweatshirt, And Elvis Costello and The Imposters

2022 is in full swing with a diverse range of new releases this week. FKA Twigs has dropped a guest-laden mixtape, Earl Sweatshirt has put out LP #4, and Elvis Costello and The Imposters have shared the full-length follow-up to 2020’s ‘Hey Clockface’.

Fancy some more? Head below.

Bonobo – ‘Fragments’ (Ninja Tune)

Cat Power – ‘Covers’ (Domino)

DVR – ‘Dirty Tapes’ EP (XL)

Earl Sweatshirt – ‘SICK!’ (Tan Cressida, Inc/Warner)

Elvis Costello and The Imposters – ‘The Boy Names If’ (Universal)

Fickle Friends – ‘Are We Gonna Be Alright?’ (Cooking Vinyl)

FKA Twigs – ‘CAPRISONGS’ Mixtape (Young Recordings Ltd/Atlantic)

Lady London and Murille – ‘I Kant Make This Shit Up’ (Against Da Grain Ent/Music Garden)

Lime Cordiale and Idris Elba – ‘Cordi Elba’ EP (Chugg Music Pty Ltd/7Wallace Music Limited)

The Lumineers – ‘Brightside’ (Decca)

Moist – ‘End Of The Ocean’ (Known Accomplice)

Orlando Weeks – ‘Hop Up’ (Play It Again Sam)

Punch Brothers – ‘Hell On Church Street’ (Nonesuch)

Richard Carpenter – ‘Richard Carpenter’s Piano Songbook’ (Decca)

Saint Phnx – ‘Happy Place’ EP (Atlantic)

Skillet – ‘Dominion’ (Atlantic)

The Temperance Movement – ‘Caught On Stage: Live & Acoustic’ (Earache)

Underøath – ‘Voyeurist’ (Fearless/Concord)

The Wombats – ‘Fix Yourself, Not The World’ (AWAL)



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This Week’s New Releases: Charli XCX, Pixies and Korn

Following some big releases last week, things have not slowed down AT ALL this week! Pixies, Korn and Charli XCX have all dropped new records, with the latter being a star-studded full-length boasting more collaborations than we’ve had cups of coffee today.

If none of those float your boat, there’s plenty more to dig into below, including new music from Chelsea Wolfe, Alice Cooper and Kojey Radical.

Alice Cooper – ‘Breadcrumbs’ EP (earMUSIC)

Belle and Sebastian – ‘Days Of The Bagnold Summer’ (Matador)

Charli XCX – ‘Charli’ (Atlantic)

Chelsea Wolfe – ‘Birth Of Violence’ (Sargent House)

Emily Sandé – ‘Real Life’ (Virgin EMI)

The Faim – ‘State Of Mind’ (BMG)

Ghostface Killah – ‘Ghostface Killahs’ (Now Generation Music Corp)

Goo Goo Dolls – ‘Miracle Pill’ (Warner Records)

Hobo Johnson – ‘The Fall Of Hobo Johnson’ (Reprise)

JPEGMAFIA – ‘All My Heroes Are Cornballs’ (EQT Recordings)

Kojey Radical – ‘Cashmere Tears’ (Asylum/Atlantic Records)

Korn – ‘The Nothing’ (Roadrunner)

Lambert -‘True’ (Mercury Classics)

The Lumineers – ‘III’ (Decca)

Mike Patton and Jean-Claude Vannier – ‘Corpse Flower’ (Ipecac Recordings)

Milos – ‘Sound Of Silence’ (Decca)

Pixies – ‘Beneath The Eyrie’ (BMG)

(Sandy) Alex G – ‘House Of Sugar’ (Domino)

Various Artists – ‘Top Boy (A Selection of Music Inspired By The Series)’ (OVO Sound)

Vitto Meirelles – ‘Da Hora’ (Cooking Vinyl)

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Tour Of The Week: The Lumineers To Return With New Album ‘III’ And Accompanying Autumn Tour Dates

The Lumineers will return with a new album and UK and European tour dates this autumn. The Lumineers tickets are on sale now, priced between £26.50 and £29.50 plus fees.

The pop-folk quintet will release album number three, titled ‘III’, on September 13 followed by dates in the UK and Europe during November, including stops at arenas in Glasgow, Manchester, Dublin and London, where they’ll take over the O2 Arena on November 27 for their biggest show to date.

In the meantime, head below to hear their new single, Gloria.

The Lumineers Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri November 01 2019 – LISBON Compo Pequeno (Portugal)
Sat November 02 2019 – MADRID WiZink Center (Spain)
Mon November 04 2019 – MILAN Alcatraz (Italy)
Wed November 06 2019 – ZURICH Halle 622 (Switzerland)
Thu November 07 2019 – MUNICH Zenith (Germany)
Sat November 09 2019 – VIENNA Gasometer (Austria)
Sun November 10 2019 – PRAGUE Forum Karlin (Czech Republic)
Wed November 13 2019 – HAMBURG Sporthalle (Germany)
Thu November 14 2019 – BERLIN Verti Music Gall (Germany)
Sat November 16 2019 – BRUSSELS Ancienne Belgique (Belgium)
Mon November 18 2019 – UTRECHT Tivoliverdenburg (Netherlands)
Tue November 19 2019 – COLOGNE Palladium (Germany)
Wed November 20 2019 – PARIS Zenith (France)

Fri November 22 2019 – GLASGOW SSE Hydro (United Kingdom)
Sun November 24 2019 – MANCHESTER Arena (United Kingdom)
Wed November 27 2019 – LONDON O2 Arena (United Kingdom)
Fri November 29 2019 – DUBLIN 3Arena (Ireland)

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This Week’s Top Tickets: The Lumineers, Khalid, Tame Impala, The Divine Comedy, Gary Numan, The Darkness, Stereophonics, Elvis In Concert and more

Earlier this month, the Lumineers announced their return with news of a new studio album and accompanying tour dates across the UK and Europe in November. Khalid, meanwhile, has lined up dates for the European leg of his ‘Free Spirit’ Tour, which shares its name with the Texas singer’s new album.

There’s also tour dates announced by the Divine Comedy and the Darkness, with the former hitting the road in October following the release of their 16-track double album, ‘Office Politics’, while the latter have confirmed winter dates in support of their upcoming album, ‘Easter Is Cancelled’. Electro pioneer Gary Numan will celebrate the 40 years in music with his (R)EVOLUTION Tour this autumn and Stereophonics will warm up for their summer dates with shows in Leicester, Hull, and Llandudno.

The Lumineers

The pop-folk quintet will release ‘III’ on September 13, with a UK and European leg of a world tour following in November. The band will call at arenas in Glasgow, Manchester, Dublin and London, where they’ll take over the O2 Arena on November 27 for their biggest show to date. Tickets go on general sale at 9am local time on April 12.

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Following stops in Europe, the Texan singer will bring his ‘Free Spirit’ World Tour to London’s O2 Arena, Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham, Leeds’ First Direct Arena, 3Arena Dublin and Belfast’s SSE Arena between September 17 and 25. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday April 12.

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Tame Impala

The Kevin Parker-led band, who recently released Patience, will headline London’s O2 Arena on June 8, Blackpool’s Empress Ballroom on June 24 and Dublin’s 3Arena on June 26, alongside their performance at this year’s Glastonbury festival. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 12.

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The Divine Comedy

The band have autumn shows planned in Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Glasgow, Birmingham, Oxford, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, and London, where they’ll play Hammersmith’s Eventim Apollo. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 12.

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Gary Numan

The electro pioneer will celebrate 40 years in music with his (R)EVOLUTION Tour throughout the autumn, culminating at London’s Roundhouse on October 24. Tickets go on sale at 10am on April 12.

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The Darkness

The Darkness will tour the UK and Ireland in November and December in support of their upcoming album, ‘Easter Is Cancelled’. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 12.

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The Welsh rockers will warm up for their summer dates with shows in Leicester, Hull and Llandudno in May. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 12.

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Elvis In Concert

The Elvis In Concert Live On Screen experience, with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, will head to arenas in Manchester, Cardiff, Birmingham, Sheffield, Glasgow and London between November 25 and December 1. Tickets go on sale from 9am on April 12.

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Also announced this week:

Hot Chip, Old Dominion, 5ive, A1, 911, Damage, Tedeschi Trucks Band, JP Cooper, the Midnight Beast, the Zutons, Jethro Tull, Cirque Du Soleil: LUZIA, Ocean Colour Scene, Nilüfer Yanya, Ben Phillips, Little Comets, Ludovico Einaudi, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, SUNN O))), Shura, Beirut, PUP, and moreHead here for a full list and to find your tickets.

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Jamie T Tops Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


Jamie T has come back in a big way recently, announcing the release of his new album ‘Trick’ and its accompanying UK and Ireland tour. It’s been enough to knock Scottish funny man Billy Connolly off the top spot and down to #5, leaving Jamie T at #1. Meanwhile, making up the rest of the top five we have PixiesDavid Gilmour and Pet Shop Boys.

In fact, there’s been a massive reshuffle this week. The 1975 have dropped from #2 to #13, Björk has entered the chart in an impressive eighth position and Black Sabbath have gone from last place last week to #11 this week. Not bad, not bad!

In the coming week there’s a mixture of comedy and music shows going on sale, including Avenged SevenfoldGreg DaviesBlack Stone CherryThe Temper Trap and Jack Whitehall. Come back and see us next week to see if they’ve got what it takes to tip Jamie T off the top spot.

1. Jamie T
2. Pixies
3. David Gilmour
4. Pet Shop Boys
5. Billy Connolly
6. Christine and the Queens
7. Beyonce
8. Björk
9. Rod Stewart
10. Justin Bieber
11. Black Sabbath
12. Jess Glynne
13. The 1975
14. Oliver Heldens
15. The Cure
16. Catherine Tate
17. Ocean Colour Scene
18. The Lumineers
19. Simply Red
20. PJ Harvey

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

1. Avenged Sevenfold

2. Greg Davies

3. Black Stone Cherry

4. The Temper Trap

5. Jack Whitehall

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Billy Connolly At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


Billy Connolly has done it! The Scottish comedian has knocked Beyonce off the top spot and is currently at #1 on Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart. Following closely behind him are The 1975Lovebox FestivalChristine And The Queens and the chart queen herself, Beyonce.

Making his way back up the chart this week is Bruce Springsteen, who has risen from #15 to #6. Joining in his good fortune are Stereophonics, who have shot up six places from last week. But, where one act goes up, another must come down, and Black Sabbath have dropped from #16 to last position, while Justin Bieber has also fallen, but for him it’s five places.

During the coming week there are a shedload of tickets going on sale for a number of events and tours, including Pet Shop BoysThe LumineersJamie TBjork and Against Me. Come back and see us next week to see if anyone can bump Billy off the top spot.

1. Billy Connolly
2. The 1975
3. Lovebox Festival
4. Christine And The Queens
5. Beyonce
6. Bruce Springsteen
7. David Gilmour
8. Jeff Lynnes ELO
9. PJ Harvey
10. Stevie Wonder
11. Stereophonics
12. Jess Glynne
13. Bryan Adams
14. Justin Bieber
15. Rod Stewart
16. Catfish And The Bottlemen
17. Bastille
18. Simply Red
19. Pixies
20. Black Sabbath

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

1. Pet Shop Boys

2. The Lumineers

3. Jamie T

4. Bjork

5. Against Me

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This Week’s New Releases: Deftones, Frightened Rabbit And Tacocat


This week I think it’s completely fair to say that there’s something for everyone. Deftones are finally following up 2012’s ‘Koi No Yokan’ with ‘Gore’, Frightened Rabbit are offering up LP #5 with ‘Painting of a Panic Attack’ and Tacocat  are putting out their third album, ‘Lost Time’.

If none of the above are your cup of tea cast your eye over the rest of our selection of this week’s new releases below.

All Saints- ‘Red Flag’

Deftones – ‘Gore’ (Reprise)

Frightened Rabbit – ‘Painting Of A Panic Attack’ (Atlantic)

Future Of The Left – ‘The Peace & Truce of Future of the Left’ (Prescriptions Music)

Lody Kong – ‘Dreams And Visions’ (Mascot)

M83 – ‘Junk’ (Naive)

Parquet Courts – ‘Human Performance’ (Rough Trade)

Teleman – ‘Brilliant Sanity’ (Moshi Moshi)

The Dandy Warhols – ‘Distortland’ (Dine Alone)

The Lumineers – ‘Cleopatra’ (Decca)

Zakk Wylde – ‘Book Of Shadows II’ (Spinefarm Records)

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Beyonce At #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


It won’t come as that much of a shock that Beyonce has shot straight to #1 on Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart in her first week. Following closely behind are Adele and Coldplay.  While The Boss, Bruce Springsteen, has also managed a top 5 position in his first week on the chart, meaning Justin Bieber has moved down one place and AC/DC have, for the first time in what seems like forever, been knocked out of the top 5.

There’s a lot of new blood in the chart, as well as some familiar names who’ve returned. This week we welcome Ronan KeatingJess GlynneTwenty One Pilots and The Lumineers, among others.

In the next week Beyonce‘s second date at Wembley goes on sale, along with tickets for The OffspringTom JonesStatus Quo and Ocean Colour Scene. Do we reckon Queen B will continue to reign supreme on the top spot? Or will she be bumped by one of the other contenders on the chart? Check back next week and you’ll find out.

18. Dynamo
19. Muse

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

1. Beyonce (extra date)

3. Tom Jones (new dates)

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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Ronan Keating, Seal, The Lumineers And Earth Wind And Fire



The Boyzone frontman will embark on a tour of the UK and Ireland off the back of his new album, ‘Time Of My Life’, out on February 12, with stops confirmed at Belfast’s Waterfront, Dublin’s Olympia Theatre, Plymouth Pavilions, the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, Aberdeen’s AECC, Glasgow’s Clyde Auditorium and the Eventim Apollo in London, with additional theatre shows in Bristol, Newcastle, Sheffield, Nottingham, Manchester, Birmingham, Bournemouth and Brighton, between September 6 and October 2. Tickets are on general sale at 10am tomorrow, priced at £35.00 (£38.50 in London), plus fees. Click here for pre-sale tickets.

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Seal, who put out ‘7’ late last year, has announced his return to the UK with shows at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall, Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall and the Colston Hall in Bristol this summer. Tickets are on sale at 10am tomorrow, priced at £32.50 plus fees.

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The Lumineers will follow-up the release of their second album, ‘Cleopatra’, out on April 8, with shows in Bristol, Glasgow, Manchester and London between April 14 and 23. Tickets go on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £35.00 plus fees.

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Earth Wind and Fire have added shows at London’s O2 Arena, the BIC in Bournemouth and Liverpool’s Echo Arena in July, following up appearances at Wild Life and Parklife, along with shows in Glasgow and Dublin. Tickets are on sale at 9am tomorrow, priced at £53.00 (£55.00 in London), plus fees.

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Check out Stereoboard’s event pages for a full list of latest announcements.

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