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Top Tickets This Week: Stormzy, Deacon Blue, Blur, Maroon 5, Madness

Thursday, 17 November 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Stormzy

The London grime icon is the first headliner to be announced for next year’s All Points East, with the superstar set to curate and top the bill at Victoria Park on August 18, which is being billed as This Is What We Mean Day.

From its name, it seems safe to assume that the day will see Stormzy performing material from his new album, 'This Is What I Mean', which is due out on November 25. Tickets are on sale now - Compare and buy tickets here.


Deacon Blue

The Scottish pop-rockers have lined up over 20 shows for their Very Best Of Tour between September 15 and October 14. Stops include Liverpool, Newcastle, Birmingham, Cardiff, Brighton, Belfast, Manchester, Hull, Leeds, Aberdeen and Glasgow. They'll also take over London's Royal Albert Hall on September 27.

Tickets go on general sale at 9am on November 18 - Compare and buy tickets here.


Blur


Photo: Kevin Westenberg

The Britpop band will reunite for a one-off show at London's Wembley Stadium on July 8, joined by singer Self Esteem, rapper Slowthai and electro-pop duo Jockstrap. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on November 18 - Compare and buy tickets here.

The gig will mark Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon, Alex James and Dave Rowntree's only UK appearance and first headline show since 2015. 


Maroon 5


Photo: Travis Schneider

The Los Angeles band will perform at London's O2 Arena on July 3, following headline shows and festival sets across mainland Europe throughout June. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on November 18 - Compare and buy tickets here.


Madness

The ska-pop legends have lined up Forest Live gigs at Cannock Chase Forest on June 8, and Cheshire's Delamere Forest on June 15.

They've also confirmed two outdoor performances at the historic Piece Hall in Halifax, along with stops at Middlesborough's Albert Park, Limerick's King John's Castle, Swansea's Singleton Park, and Dublin's Trinity College, as part of the venue's Trinity Summer Series.

Tickets for the majority of their dates go on general sale at 9am on November 18, with Middlesbrough and Swansea following the same day at 10am - Compare and buy tickets here.


Also announced this week:

  • Jim Jefferies will bring his Give 'Em What They Want Tour to the UK and Ireland next spring.
  • A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has announced three UK shows for his Me Vs Myself Tour.
  • The Chemical Brothers will head to Cardiff Bay next summer.
  • N-Dubz have announced a series of outdoor UK shows for next summer.
  • André Rieu has announced extra UK arena shows for spring 2023.
  • The Wombats and Shed Seven have been announced for the 2023 edition of Sounds Of The City.
  • Munya Chawawa has announced a UK tour.
  • The Proclaimers have announced three summer dates in Scotland.
  • Due to demand, the ABBA Voyage concert series has been extended into late 2023.
  • Iggy Pop has announced a huge London show for next summer.
  • Diversity have announced the Supernova UK and Ireland tour.
  • Shame have announced their third studio album and accompanying tour dates.
  • Inhaler have announced big shows in London and Manchester for next spring.
  • Dream Theater have announced the 2023 UK and European leg of the Top Of The World Tour.
  • Ward Thomas have announced a new album and accompanying tour.
  • Louis Tomlinson has rescheduled his upcoming London performance.
  • Bonnie Raitt has announced UK and Ireland shows for summer 2023.
  • Sting will take his My Songs Tour to venues across the UK and Ireland next summer.
  • James have announced James Lasted Orchestral Tour.
  • SG Lewis has confirmed UK and Ireland shows for spring 2023.
  • Jack Johnson will play two UK shows next summer.
  • Michael McIntyre has announced a Christmas charity show in aid of The Trussell Trust.

Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.

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