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Bombay Bicycle Club, Freeze Festival, more
Chris Swindells - 27 October 2011
Bombay Bicycle Club
They kicked the blues a long time ago, and the toilet circuit malaise went with it as with each new tour Bombay Bicycle Club step up to a new level of venue. This April jaunt takes in eleven venues and finishes with their largest headline show to date, London’s Alexandra Palace. Tickets go on sale this Friday (Oct 28) at 9am.
Cambridge Corn Exchange (April 15)
Brighton Centre (16)
Wolverhampton Civic Hall (17)
York Barbican (19)
Edinburgh Corn Exchange (20)
Liverpool University (21)
Plymouth Pavilions (23)
Portsmouth Guildhall (24)
Leicester De Montfort Hall (25)
Blackpool Empress Ballroom (27)
London Alexandra Palace (28)
Relentless Energy Freeze Festival 2011
There’s still time to buy last minute tickets to this London extreme sport and music extravaganza. The two day event takes place in the stunning backdrop of the Battersea Power Station and will feature extreme sports, from skiing to snowboarding, to music from the likes of The Streets, The Joy Formidable and Zane Lowe.
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When everyone wants to reform, Noel just wants to fly free and go his own way. These full arena dates are the next chapter in what looks to be a long and fruitful solo career. They represent the fact Oasis won’t be reforming anytime soon, or in 2015. Well probably not.
Manchester, MEN Arena (Feb 13)
Belfast, Odyssey Arena (16)
Dublin, The O2 (17)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (23)
Glasgow, SECC Hall 4 (24)
London, The O2 (26)
Birmingham, NIA (Mar 1)
Fatboy Slim’s Big Beach Bootique 5
Five events in and the Big Beach bash shows no sign of slowing or diminishing in popularity. Gone from Brighton beach the event will still be headed by Norman Cook, but this time at Brighton new Falmer Stadium over two days, June 1-2 2012.
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You Me At Six
YMA6 have been steadily ploughing the furtile pop-punk soil since their 2006 EP ‘We Know What It Means to Be Alone’ and have finally yielded a big crop as they announce their biggest UK tour to date. After support slots for Paramore these shows will be a taste of the larger venues the band deserve. They’ve already had to add Manchester, Birmingham and London dates due to popular demand so don’t hang around before getting these!
Belfast Ulster Hall (March 14)
Dublin Olympia (15)
O2 Academy Leicester (17)
Nottingham Rock City (18)
O2 Academy Bournemouth (20)
Yeovil Westlands Centre (21)
Cardiff Great Hall (23)
Liverpool University (24)
O2 Academy Newcastle (25)
Glasgow SECC (27)
O2 Apollo Manchester (28, 29)
Birmingham Ballroom (31, April 1)
O2 Academy Brixton (2, 3)