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Top Tickets This Week: Culture Club, Travis, XG, Dean Lewis

Thursday, 13 June 2024 Written by Jon Stickler

Culture Club

Photo: Boy George & Culture Club Facebook

Boy George and band will tour the UK and Ireland this winter, with shows lined up at arenas in Dublin, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle, Cardiff, Nottingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham and London, where they'll take over The O2 on December 15.

The concerts will see Culture Club celebrating their first two albums, 1982's ‘Kissing To Be Clever’ and 1983's ‘Colour By Numbers’. 

Support will come from Tony Hadley, who'll perform a greatest hits set, and Heaven 17. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am this Friday (June 14) - Compare and buy tickets here.


Photo: Steve Gullick

The multi-Brit Award and Ivor Novello-winning band have announced their Raze The Bar Tour. Stops include Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Wolverhampton, Nottingham, Margate, London, Bristol, Eastbourne, Sheffield, Newcastle and Glasgow, where they'll wrap up the trek with a hometown show at the OVO Hydro on December 21.

Support will come from Hamish Hawk across all the UK dates. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday (June 14) - Compare and buy tickets here.

Ahead of the new shows, the Scottish four-piece will support The Killers on their UK arena tour this summer, before a return to Europe for their first run of dates on the continent since 2016 during August and September. They'll also top the bill at Sign Of The Times Festival in Hertfordshire in July, and appear at BBC Radio 2 In The Park in Preston in September, ahead of a North American tour in January and February 2025.

Travis will release their new album, 'L.A. Times', on July 12.


XG, short for Xtraordinary Girls, will bring their 1st World Tour: The First Howl to the UK in the autumn.

The Korea-based Japanese girl group will play Manchester's O2 Victoria Warehouse and London's OVO Arena Wembley on November 18 and 19, respectively, ahead of shows in Berlin, Paris, Düsseldorf, Brussels and Amsterdam. 

The tour will also visit North America, calling in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Grand Prairie, Sugar Land, Atlanta, New York and Chicago during October. Tickets for all dates go on general sale at 10am local time on Friday (June 14) - Compare and buy tickets here.

In May, the septet released the single, Woke Up, their first release of 2024, landing almost eight months after their debut EP, 'New DNA'.

Dean Lewis

Photo: Sean Loaney

Dean Lewis has announced his third studio album, which he'll support with a world tour this year and next.

The follow-up to 2022's 'The Hardest Love' is titled 'The Epilogue' and will arrive on October 18. The singer-songwriter will support it with The Epilogue Tour, kicking off with the Australian and New Zealand leg this October and November, followed by UK and European dates early in 2025, including stops in Southampton, London, Cardiff, Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester.

The run also includes a previously confirmed sold-out show at London's OVO Arena Wembley on February 8. Tickets for the new UK shows go on general sale at 9am BST on Friday (June 14) - Compare and buy tickets here

At the start of April, he'll take the tour across North America, with dates continuing through to May 20. Tickets for those dates are already on sale.

Also announced this week:

  • Janet Jackson has added a second London concert to her Together Again Tour.
  • Beabadoobee has confirmed the UK and Ireland leg of her This Is How Tomorrow Moves Tour.
  • While She Sleeps have announced a UK tour for the winter.
  • Those Damn Crows will play their biggest headline show to date at Cardiff' Utilita Arena in December.
  • Pantera have announced their first UK and Ireland tour in over 20 years.
  • Ski Mask The Slump God has announced UK and Ireland shows as part of a massive world tour later this year.
  • You Me At Six have added 15 extra shows to The Final Nights Of Six UK And Ireland Tour.
  • Little Mix's Leigh-Anne has announced her first solo headline tour for the autumn.
  • Dream Perfect Regime (DPR) will head to London in the autumn.
  • PARTYNEXTDOOR has added a fourth London date to the UK and European leg of his Sorry I'm Outside Tour.
  • Earl Sweatshirt has announced two new UK shows for later this year.
  • Katherine Ryan has extended her Battleaxe Tour into summer 2025.
  • The Vamps have added an extra London date to their Meet The Vamps Anniversary Tour.
  • Jamie xx has announced a second London show for his In Waves Tour
  • Remi Wolf will bring The Big Ideas Tour to the UK and Ireland this winter.
  • G-Eazy will bring his Freak Show World Tour to Europe early in 2025.
  • Aurora has announced a spring European tour, billed as What Happened To The Earth? Part 5.​

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


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