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Top Tickets This Week: Paul McCartney, Beabadoobee, Alison Moyet, Crowded House

Thursday, 20 June 2024 Written by Jon Stickler

Paul McCartney

Paul McCartney has announced shows in the UK and Europe for his 

Following concerts in South America in October, the legendary singer-songwriter from Liverpool will play two nights apiece at Paris' La Défense Arena and the WiZink Center in Madrid, Co-op Live in Manchester and the O2 Arena in London between December 4 and 19.

Tickets for his Got Back Tour go on general sale from 10am local time on Friday (June 21) - Compare and buy tickets here.

McCartney put out his last album, 'McCartney III', in 2020.


Photography: Jules Moskovtchenko / Creative Direction: Patricia Villirillo 

The London-based singer-songwriter will bring her This Is How Tomorrow Moves Tour to Glasgow, Sheffield, Newcastle, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, Brighton, Bristol and London, where she'll wrap up the run of dates at Alexandra Palace on November 21. Support will come from Momma. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on Friday (June 21) - Compare and buy tickets here.

Tickets recently went on sale for the North American leg of the tour, which will run throughout September. It takes its name from her new album, 'This Is How Tomorrow Moves', due out on August 16. She previously teased it with the singles Coming Home and Take A Bite.

Prior to her headline dates, she'll support Mitski at London's All Points East on August 18, and top the bill on the Radio 1 stage at​ Reading and Leeds later that same month. 

Alison Moyet

Photo: Steve Gullick

The singer-songwriter will celebrate her 40th year as a solo artist with the release of a new album titled 'Key' on October 4. Comprising 18 tracks, including a number of reworked singles, fan favourites and deep cuts, the collection will also feature two new recordings.

Known for solo hits such as All Cried Out, Is This Love? and Love Letters, Moyet will embark on a world tour in 2025, her first headline trek since 2017. The 62-year-old will kick off the tour with UK and Ireland shows in February and March, before European gigs in the spring. Dates in North America, Australia and New Zealand are to be confirmed in due course.

Tickets go on general sale at 10am this Friday (June 21) - Compare and buy tickets here.

Crowded House

The Australian band — Neil Finn, Nick Seymour, Mitchell Froom, and Finn’s sons Elroy and Liam —  will take their Gravity Stairs Tour to arenas in Manchester, Glasgow, London, Brighton, Dublin, Bournemouth and Birmingham between October 8 and 17.

They'll then head to Brussels, Cologne, Tilburg, Barcelona and Madrid for concerts between October 19 and 27. Tickets for all dates go on general sale from 9am BST on Friday (June 21) - Compare and buy tickets here.

The tour takes its name from the quintet's new album, 'Gravity Stairs', which arrived in May, following up 2021’s 'Dreamers Are Waiting'. They'll also tour North America in August and September, and Australia and New Zealand in November and December. Tickets for those dates are already on sale.

Also announced this week:

  • The Vamps have added even more dates to their Meet The Vamps Anniversary Tour.
  • Black Stone Cherry have announced a UK and European tour for the autumn. 
  • Julien Baker has announced three shows in London and an autumn tour of North America.
  • Travis have added a second London date to their Raze The Bar Tour
  • Myles Smith has announced the We Were Never Strangers UK and European tour for early next year.
  • Heilung have confirmed UK and Ireland shows for next spring.
  • Black Veil Brides and Creeper are set to perform in London this autumn.
  • Headie One has announced 2024 and 2025 tour dates in support of his upcoming second album.
  • Henry Moodie has announced a new EP and an autumn UK tour.
  • Rag'n'Bone Man has announced his third album and an accompanying tour.
  • Soft Play have announced a UK tour for the autumn.
  • WWE Live will return to the UK and Ireland in the autumn.
  • While She Sleeps have announced a UK tour for the winter.
  • Pantera have annouced their first UK and Ireland tour in over 20 years.

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