Ticket issue: the latest concert and tour news

Snow Patrol at V Festival Chelmsford 2009 by Mark Holloway
Snow Patrol at V Festival Chelmsford 2009 by Mark Holloway

This week's hottest ticket and concert news comes courtesy of Snow Patrol, Kasabian, The Levellers and more.

Snow Patrol
With no festival dates on the cards as yet, it’s time for Snow Patrol fans to saddle up and step into the arena with them. You wanted big (or perhaps you didn’t, but got it anyway) and they’ve gone huge. Find them in the following enormo-domes:

27 January – Glasgow SECC
30 January – Aberdeen Exhibition Centre
31 January – Liverpool Echo Arena
1 February – Nottingham Capital FM Arena
3 February – Manchester Evening News Arena
4 February – Birmingham LG Arena
5 February – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena
7 February – Sheffield Motorpoint Arena
8 February – Bournemouth International Centre
10 February – London O2 Arena

Prices vary show to show but should set you back around just over £30.

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It’s New Year’s Eve: the beers are flowing; you’re washing down anything that happens to make its into your palm, while the UK’s best hype man (no, it’s not Skibadee) backing a triumphantly psychedelic lad rock outfit. You are, of course, at Kasbian’s NYE bonanza. They play with support from Chase and Status and Zane Lowe.

Kasabian tickets are priced at £37.75 (£32.50 Ticket plus £5.25 Fees)

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The Levellers
Following the success of their first Brixton Academy show earlier this year, The Levellers are back on 18 December with bezzie cohorts Dreadzone and Back To The Planet. Tickets for that are here, for £27.50 but we thoroughly recommend the pre-party from 3pm with Red Rose Empire, Gypsies and the excellent Sly and Reggie.

Tickets for the pre-show are just £5.

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Red Hot Chilli Peppers
It’s your lucky day, (funk) punk. The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ big outdoor dates at Knebworth (23 June) and Stadium Of Light (24 June) have not sold out yet.

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The Maccabees
With album number three in the works, this is an early opportunity to heard what’s been keeping the Brighton indie troupe locked away for the last year. Expect a swelling in sound, a few guitar jangles and a spattering of classics too.

Ticket prices range venue by venue, but expect them to be around £20.

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