This Week’s Top Tickets: Ariana Grande, Keane, Muse, Madonna, Emeli Sandé, Travis Scott, The Chemical Brothers, Of Monsters And Men, Planet Earth II Live in Concert, The Rolling Stones Havana Moon and more

Ariana Grande

The pop superstar has added two new London dates to the UK leg of her Sweetener World Tour due to demand. Having released her album of the same name in 2018, Grande will return to the O2 Arena on October 15 and 16, following up shows at the venue in August. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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Keane

Keane will return with new album ‘Cause and Effect’ plus accompanying tour dates this autumn, calling in Birmingham, Leicester, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Nottingham, Brighton, and London, where they’ll play the iconic Royal Albert Hall on September 28 and 29. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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Muse

Muse have lined up further UK shows for September, calling at London’s O2 Arena on September 14 and 15, before performing at Arena Birmingham on September 17. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 14. The trio are touring behind their 2018 LP ‘Simulation Theory’.

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Madonna

The Queen of Pop is set to headline 15 shows at the London Palladium between January 26 and February 15, 2020. A limited amount of general sale tickets are on sale now.

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Emeli Sandé

Emeli Sandé has announced her third album ‘Real Life’ plus accompanying UK tour, with the award-winning singer-songwriter confirmed shows during November and December, including a London show at the Hammersmith Eventim Apollo. Tickets for the new tour go on general sale at 9am on June 14.

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Travis Scott

The hip hop superstar, who released ‘Astroworld’ last year, will take over the O2 Arena, London on July 16. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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The Chemical Brothers

The British dance heavyweights have confirmed they’ll take over the O2 Arena, London on November 30 as part of their tour behind ‘No Geography’, which came out in April. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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Of Monsters And Men

The Icelandic band will follow up the July 26 release of ‘Fever Dream’ with shows in Dublin, Belfast, Newcastle, Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Manchester, and Nottingham between October 23 and November 2. They’ll also take the tour to Europe between November 4 and 23. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on June 14.

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Planet Earth II Live In Concert

Experience the award-winning BBC television series accompanied by the City Of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra next spring, with shows confirmed in Cardiff, Manchester, Leeds, Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow, and London, where there will be an evening and matinee show. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14.

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The Rolling Stones Havana Moon

The legendary band’s Havana Moon performance, which saw them play to 500,000 fans at a free outdoor gig in the Cuban capital in March 2016, will be projected onto supersize ultra high definition screens via cutting-edge cinematic technology and state-of-the-art soundsystems at 11 shows across the country this autumn. The immersive, multi-sensory event will also feature Cuban dancers, set designs that mimic the orginal production and concert lighting, allowing fans to experience the historic, record-breaking show almost as if they were there. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on June 14, priced from £35 plus fees.

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Also announced this week:

GoldLink, BANKS, Girl Band, Danny Jones, Rivals Sons, the Futureheads, Chastity Belt, Mat Kearney, the Futureheads, Enter Shikari, Tiger Army, Annie Lennox, Wizkid, John Bishop, Jimmy Carr, Frank Skinner, Russell Howard, Common, the Bluetones, Deerhunter, Yak, Charly Bliss, Lianne La Havas, Du Blonde, Dermot Kennedy and more. Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.

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This Week’s New Releases: Mac Miller, Gulp And Trophy Eyes

Things have quietened down this week, but there are still a few treats for ya! Mac Miller has put out the follow up to 2016’s ‘The Divine Feminine’, Gulp have released their sophomore LP and there’s a new Trophy Eyes album for your listening pleasure.

Check out the rest of this week’s new releases below.

Amanda Shires – ‘To The Sunset’ (Silver Knife/Thirty Tigers)

Gulp – ‘All Good Wishes’ (E.L.K Records)

Houndmouth – ‘Golden Age’ (Reprise)

James – ‘Living In Extraordinary Times’ (BMG)

Jim Lauderdale – ‘Time Flies’ (Yep Roc)

The Love Language – ‘Baby Grand’ (Merge)

Lucero – ‘Among the Ghosts’ (Thirty Tigers)

Mac Miller – ‘Swimming’ (Warner Bros)

Shemekia Copeland – ‘America’s Child’ (Alligator)

Travis Scott – ‘Astroworld’ (Epic Records)

Trophy Eyes – ‘The American Dream’ (Hopeless Records)

YG – ‘Stay Dangerous’ (Def Jam Recordings)

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Reading Festival Remains At The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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As it’s been a busy few weeks we thought we’d do a bigger chart for you this week and cover ground from August 8 to 21. As you can see Reading Festival continues to reign supreme at the top of the chart, followed closely by V Festival, while Leeds Festival has come in at #10.

Making up the rest of the top half of the chart we have Red Hot Chili Peppers (Day Ticket at Reading)Justin BieberLouis CKSimply RedSouth West FourDavid Gilmour and Pixies. Meanwhile, the once queen of the chart, Adele, is in the penultimate position of the top 20, followed only by Chance The Rapper.

Recently we’ve had some real corker of shows announced, including You Me At SixJames and The CharlatansKaiser ChiefsBilly Ocean and Bullet For My Valentine. Check back in with us next week to see if any of them have what it takes to steal the top spot.

1. Reading Festival
2. V Festival
3. Red Hot Chili Peppers (Day Ticket at Reading)
4. Justin Bieber
5. Louis CK
6. Simply Red
7. South West Four
8. David Gilmour
9. Pixies
10. Leeds Festival
11. Roman v Fousey
12. The Cure
13. Travis Scott
14. Blossoms
15. Catfish and the Bottlemen
16. The Libertines
17. Rod Stewart
18. Jess Glynne
19. Adele
20. Chance The Rapper

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

1. You Me At Six

2. James and The Charlatans

3. Kaiser Chiefs

4. Billy Ocean

5. Bullet For My Valentine

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Reading Festival Reaches #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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With the event only two weeks away Reading Festival has topped Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart, followed closely by V Festival, which will take place next week. Meanwhile, last week’s top spot holders, Avenged Sevenfold, have dropped to #7 and Justin Bieber is a non-mover in fourth place.

Death Grips have done well to enter the chart at #8, while below them are Pixies, having fallen from #6 last week. Beyonce is also on her way down the chart, coming in at #15, as is Jamie T, who now holds the penultimate position.

On sale in the next week are some seriously big name shows. You’ve got Super Furry AnimalsThe Flaming Lips, SkeptaSuicide Silence and Sean Paul, among many, many others. Come back and see us next week to see if Reading Festival will continue its reign at the top of the chart.

1. Reading Festival
2. V Festival
3. Red Hot Chili Peppers (Day Ticket at Reading)
4. Justin Bieber
5. The Libertines
6. Rod Stewart
7. Avenged Sevenfold
8. Death Grips
9. Pixies
10. The Cure
11. Bryan Adams
12. Simply Red
13. Billy Connolly
14. Adele
15. Beyonce
16. Louis CK
17. South West Four
18. Travis Scott
19. Jamie T
20. Billy Joel

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

1. Super Furry Animals

2. The Flaming Lips

3. Skepta

4. Suicide Silence

5. Sean Paul

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Bruce Springsteen Returns To #1 On Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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You can’t keep The Boss down for long, that much is clear as we see Bruce Springsteen back at #1 on Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart, closely followed by ColdplayAdeleKasabian and Beyonce, who have all held top spot in recent weeks.

Meanwhile, Stevie Wonder has risen from #9 to #6, but the Summertime Ball is not having as much good luck, having dropped all the way from #2 to #7. However, AC/DC are climbing their way back into the top 10, going from last but one last week to #8 this week. Could they be heading for that #1 spot again? We’ll see!

Over the next week I think it’s fair to say there’s something for everyone, with tickets going on sale for Jake BuggBirdyGoo Goo DollsDon Broco and Gary Numan, among others. Reckon they’ve got what it takes to boot The Boss off the top spot? Check back in with us next week to find out.

1. Bruce Springsteen
2. Coldplay
3. Adele
4. Kasabian
5. Beyonce
6. Stevie Wonder
7. Summertime Ball
8. AC/DC
9. Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury
10. Rod Stewart
11. Justin Bieber
12. Lionel Richie
13. Bryan Adams
14. Catherine Tate
15. The Stone Roses
16. David Gilmour
17. The Next Step
18. The Who
19. Rob Zombie
20. Travis Scott

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

1. Jake Bugg

2. Birdy

3. Goo Goo Dolls

4. Don Broco

5. Gary Numan

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Kasabian Top Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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It seems this week is the week of the underdog. Following the success of their hometown football club, Leicester’s Kasabian have hit the #1 spot, knocking The Boss all the way down to #8. In its first week on the chart Capital FM’s Summertime Ball has done well to shoot straight into second position, closely followed by Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson FuryBeyonce and Panic At The Disco.

The new entries have made some waves on the chart and we have  Stevie Wonder dropping from #2 to #9, Justin Bieber rising from #15 to #11 and  AC/DC sliding all the way from #4 to #19.

Over the next week there are tickets going on sale for a real mixed bag of shows, including The WhoWet Wet WetOf Mice And MenTravis Scott (extra date) and WWE Live. Have any of them got what it takes to steal the top spot? Come back and see us next week to find out!

1. Kasabian
2. Summertime Ball
3. Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury
4. Beyonce
5. Panic At The Disco
6. McFly
7. Coldplay
8. Bruce Springsteen
9. Stevie Wonder
10. Adele
11. Justin Bieber
12. The Saw Doctors
13. Lionel Richie
14. The Next Step
15. Bryan Adams
16. Rod Stewart
17. The Stone Roses
18. Barry Manilow
19. AC/DC
20. Jeff Lynnes ELO

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

1. The Who

2. Wet Wet Wet

3. Of Mice And Men

4. Travis Scott (extra date)

5. WWE Live

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The Boss Is Back On Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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The Boss has done it, he’s knocked The Next Step off the top spot, where they’ve been for two weeks, and down to #12. In second position is Stevie Wonder, followed by ColdplayAC/DC and new entry Donny Osmond.

This week we also welcome to the chart Corey TaylorEuro 2016Shawn Mendes, and The Stone Roses. New entries have meant a bit of a re-jig and we see Beyonce and The Tenderloins swap places, Jeff Lynnes ELO go from #6 to #11 and previous chart queen Adele go from #5 to #13.

Over the next week there are tickets going on sale for some massive shows, including Bear GryllsSummertime BallSelena GomezMcFly and Travis Scott. Have any of them got what it takes to give The Boss the boot off the #1 spot? Come back and see us next week to find out.

8. Kygo
13. Adele

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

1. Bear Grylls

2. Summertime Ball

3. Selena Gomez

4. McFly

5. Travis Scott

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