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Top Tickets This Week: Paul Weller, Conan Gray, The Black Keys, SZA, Cigarettes After Sex

Thursday, 07 March 2024 Written by Jon Stickler

Paul Weller

Photo: Nicole Nodland

The Modfather has lined up shows in Chelthenham, Portsmouth, Brighton, Nottingham, Wolverhampton, Newcastle, Dundee, Glasgow, Hull, Manchester, Llandudno, Liverpool, Bradford, Oxford and London, where he'll play the Eventim Apollo, between October 17 and November 8.

He'll be joined on the run by special guest Liam Bailey. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday (March 8) - Compare and buy tickets here.

Weller will perform at London's Royal Albert Hall later in March as part of the annual Teenage Cancer Trust concert series. He'll then head out for a short UK tour in April, and a run of outdoor dates in July. Tickets for those dates are on sale now.

He'll release his new album, '66', on May 24, the day before his 66th birthday. He 

Conan Gray

Photo: Muriel Knudson

The California pop artist will take over Manchester's O2 Apollo and London's OVO Arena Wembley on November 7 and 10, respectively, as part of a new trek dubbed Found Heaven On Tour

The shows form part of the European leg, which also features stops in Amsterdam, Brussels, and Paris. Support will come from electro-pop duo Between Friends. Prior to that, the North American leg with special guest Maisie Peters will run throughout September and October. He has also scheduled Australian concerts for July. 

Tickets for all dates go on general sale at 10am local time on Friday (March 8) - Compare and buy tickets here.

Gray will release his third album, 'Found Heaven', through Republic Records on April 5.

The Black Keys

Photo: Jim Herrington

The Ohio duo will perform at Manchester's Co-Op Live on April 27, before taking over the O2 Academy Brixton on May 7 and 8. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on March 8 - Compare and buy tickets here.

The London venue is to reopen its doors on April 19, after it was forced to close following a fatal crowd crush in December 2022. 

The Grammy Award-winning rockers will release their new album, 'Ohio Players', on April 5.


The Grammy Award-winner will headline this summer's BST Hyde Park concert series on June 29, with support from special guests Sampha and Snoh Aalegra, plus more that are yet to be announced.

Get pre-sale tickets via AXS now, ahead of general sale at 10am tomorrow (March 8) - Compare and buy tickets here.

Other headliners announced for the London series include Kings Of Leon, Shania Twain, Andrea Bocelli, Stray Kids, Robbie Williams and Stevie Nicks.

SZA shared a new song, Saturn, last month, and won International Artist Of The Year at the Brit Awards last weekend.

Cigarettes After Sex

The Texas trio will support their new album with a world tour, which includes their biggest headline UK show to date at The O2 Arena in London on November 12.

The North American leg will run throughout September and October, with dates in Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Jakarta, Bangkok, Cape Town, Pretoria, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland set for early 2025.

Tickets for the majority of dates go on general sale at 10am local time on March 8 - Compare and buy tickets here.

The follow-up to 2019's 'Cry' is called 'X's' and will arrive through Partisan on July 12.

Also announced this week:

  • Kacey Musgraves has announced the Deeper Well World Tour.
  • Stevie Nicks is the next headliner to be confirmed for BST Hyde Park.
  • Chappell Roan has announced the UK and European leg of The Midwest Princess Tour.
  • Girl In Red will bring her Doing It Again Tour to the UK and Europe this summer.
  • Deacon Blue are the latest headliners announced for this summer's Trentham Live.
  • Kid Cudi has announced the Insano World Tour.
  • Iron and Wine have announced the UK and European leg of the Light Verse Tour.
  • Mudhoney have announced a run of UK shows for the autumn.
  • Seasick Steve has announced new UK and European shows.
  • Milton Jones has announced a new stand-up tour, Ha!Milton.
  • Kim Gordon has confirms summer UK shows.
  • Boyzlife will tour the UK in early 2025.
  • Love Fame Tragedy, the solo project from The Wombats' frontman Matthew "Murph" Murphy, has announced a spring UK tour.
  • Russell Crowe's Indoor Garden Party will return to the UK and Ireland this summer. 
  • The Libertines have added a third Manchester date to their All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade Tour.
  • Usher has added more London dates to the UK and European leg of his Past Present Future Tour
  • Little Big Town will bring their Friends Of Mine Tour to the UK in September.
  • Levellers have confirmed UK shows for the summer and autumn.
  • Anirudh will bring his Hukum World Tour to the UK this spring.
  • Editors have lined up a spring show at London's O2 Academy Brixton.
  • Garbage will tour the UK and Europe this summer.
  • Placebo have announced two more outdoor UK shows for the summer.
  • Killer Mike will bring The Down By Law Tour to the UK and Europe this summer.
  • The Streets, Jungle and Cian Ducrot have joined the line-up for Live At The Piece Hall in Halifax.

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


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