From the sharp angular riffs of post punk to the woozy waves of dream pop; Gigantic shares your passion for live music and bring you the Indie + Alt Ultimate Guide!
Keep scrolling to discover which bands and artists are on the road, providing the best bangers, anthems and mega tunes in the coming months. And remember, if you are looking for gigs and festival tickets, you need Gigantic!
The 1975 once again cement their iconic status with new album Being Funny In A Foreign Language which they show off with a massive headline show at Westpoint Centre in Exeter!
10/01 The 1975 – Westpoint Centre, Exeter
Wavy indie doesn’t get any better than easy life! Join them for their February tour when you buy tickets with Gigantic!
16/02 easy life – U.E.A (University Of East Anglia), Norwich
17/02 easy life – Motorpoint Arena Nottingham, Nottingham
18/02 easy life – Cardiff University Great Hall, Cardiff
23/02 easy life – De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea
25/02 easy life – Alexandra Palace, London
Bonkers space rockers Muse celebrate new album Will Of The People with a Spring/Summer tour.
27/05 Muse – Home Park, Plymouth Argyle
20/06 Muse – Home Park, Plymouth Argyle
25/06 Muse – Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes
Leicester kings Kasabian continue their mighty reign with the release of trippy LP The Alchemist’s Euphoria.
28/10 Kasabian – AO Arena, Manchester
29/10 Kasabian – Alexandra Palace, London
02/11 Kasabian – Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff
04/11 Kasabian – Utilita Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
Sports Team celebrate the victorious release of sophomore album Gulp! with an autumn tour.
29/09 Sports Team – The Bullingdon, Oxford
16/10 Sports Team – Rock City, Nottingham
17/10 Sports Team – O2 Guildhall Southampton, Southampton
19/10 Sports Team – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol
20/10 Sports Team – The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA, Norwich
21/10 Sports Team – Roundhouse, London
Wonderfully eclectic, London based leftfield oddballs Black Midi third album Hellfire is their biggest release yet!
13/11 Black Midi – New Century, Manchester
Pioneers of their own “shed rock” sound; Aussie punks The Chats unleash their new album Get Fucked.
19/05 The Chats – Academy, Manchester
20/05 The Chats – Barrowland, Glasgow
21/05 The Chats – Newcastle NX (formerly O2 Academy), Newcastle Upon Tyne
22/05 The Chats – Tramshed, Cardiff
23/05 The Chats – O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol
24/05 The Chats – O2 Institute Birmingham, Birmingham
26/05 The Chats – O2 Academy Brixton, London
The Snuts are the new breed of indie. The Scottish stunners are about to drop exciting second album Burn The Empire!
04/10 The Snuts – Chalk, Brighton
17/10 The Snuts – The Nick Rayns LCR, UEA, Norwich
21/10 The Snuts – Rock City, Nottingham
16/11 The Snuts – The Button Factory, Dublin
Fontaines D.C. latest LP Skinty Fia is many critics favourite to be named album of the year!
22/11 Fontaines D.C. – Rock City, Nottingham
03/12 Fontaines D.C. – Leisureland, Galway
05/12 Fontaines D.C. – Live At The Big Top, Limerick
Made Me Like It unites the best London venues for a one-day festival featuring L Devine, Do Nothing, Coach Party and many more!
01/10 Made Me Like It – Various Venues, London
Mutations Festival brings Animal Collective, Black Country, New Road, Bob Vylan and plus a whole load of alt favs to cool epicentre Brighton.
03/11 Mutations Festival – Various Brighton Venues, Brighton