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Ed Sheeran, Take That, Rod Stewart, The 1975 and more!

Posted on Thursday 27th September 2018 at 10:00 by Gigantic Tickets



Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran is the biggest superstar right now. The Halifax hero blends folk with hip hop, implementing a loop pedal and a variety of innovative tricks to create the fresh new sound which has propelled him towards limitless international fame.

Join him when he plays two nights at both Roundhay Park in Leeds and Chantry Park at Ipswich next summer for what will be some of the very biggest music events of 2019!

Ed Sheeran tickets are currently available.



Take That

Manchester’s finest boyband are back! Take That are ready to bring the party when they head out on their Greatest Hits Live 2019 tour across May and June. Playing huge outdoor stadiums, you can be sure to hear all their classic hits plus their recent smash hit singles over a thrilling evening.

Take That tickets are released at 09:30 on Friday 28/09.




Legendary metallers Metallica are amongst the very greatest heavy rock bands of all time. Reaching way back to the beginning of the 80’s, they have grown to become a mega monster who never fails to pack out venues and melt faces. Make sure you join them for their WorldWired Tour 2019!

Metallica tickets are released at 10:00 on Friday 28/09.



Catfish And The Bottlemen

Catfish And The Bottlemen continually prove themselves to be one of the most exciting British bands of the new generation. We are very excited to see that they are heading to our hometown to play at Motorpoint Arena Nottingham. Set your personal reminder with Gigantic today!

Catfish And The Bottlemen tickets are released at 10:00 on Friday 28/09.




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Rod Stewart

Rod Stewart has been an enduring appeal in pop music, with a legacy which looms large and over shadows the many who have sought to copy him over the subsequent years. With his Spring \ Summer 2019 tour selling so well, he now adds a date at Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol

Rod Stewart tickets are released at 09:00 on Saturday 29/09.



Mariah Carey

One of the biggest popstars on the planet, the career of Mariah Carey has seen her sell a staggering 63.5 million albums worldwide and noted in the Guinness Book Of Records for her unmatchable octave range. She’s all you want for Christmas and she tours in December.

Mariah Carey tickets are released at 09:00 on Friday.



With the demand ever growing for all these excellent events, we highly recommend you set a personal reminder with Gigantic which will alert you with a text message or an email just before they are released.

We have all these amazing acts also coming on sale this week:

SL // Dodie // Dodgy // ONE OK ROCK // Lotto Boyzz // Seu Jorge // The Residents // Jon Boden and the Remnant Kings // Flavien Berger // Methyl Ethel // Built To Spill // Stiff Little Fingers // Powerwolf // Gavin James // Steel Panther // KAYTRANADA // The Twilight Sad // Melissa Etheridge // Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets




Don’t Miss


The 1975

Led by lovable show off Matt Healy, The 1975 fuse mainstream pop appeal with a variety of alternative styles such as new wave and dance-rock to achieve massive commercial success. With their new album ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’ on the horizon, the announce a massive London show at The O2 Arena on Saturday 19th of January, 2019.

The 1975 tickets are currently available.



Steely Dan

Steely Dan have been a pioneering force in American rock, defining the sound of guitar music since the 70’s. Joined by special guest Steve Winwood, they kick off a short tour in February which takes them to Manchester Arena, Genting Arena at Birmingham and The SSE Arena – Wembley in London.

Steely Dan tickets are currently available.



Gigantic is the only place to book the very best tickets. So, stick with us for the very best customer care and look forward to your big night out. Have a look at what else we have on sale right now:

MC50 // Architects // Golden Girls // Ozzy Osbourne // Snow Patrol // Yo La Tengo // John Grant

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