Fasten your safety belts and get ready for the wildest ride of your life. Because this week Gigantic offers you everything from fantastic festivals to blistering bands and amazing adventures.
For those of you with a taste adventure, check out the new visually stunning show Bear Grylls Presents Endeavour: Your Adventure Awaits.
Follow TV host Bear Grylls as he takes you on a journey across the frozen uninhabited landmass of Antarctica, against the cruel winds of Everest, through the ever humid jungle and into the deep shark-infested sea.
Featuring death defying aerial stunts and cutting edge special effects, the audience will learn what it was like to be the first to step foot into a new wild wilderness and give them a new appreciation for the dangers real life explorers of the past faced and the feats of courage they performed to overcome against all the odds.
The rise of Jake Bugg has been unstoppable seeing him grow from Nottingham local hero to a worldwide sensation.
He is playing live performances to promote new album Love, Hope And Misery which is out in June. The title song aches with longing and has a chorus crescendo to die for.
It also features the tracks On My Own, a thoughtful blues song with Bugg at his best, and the baggy beats banger Gimme The Love.
The biggest British reggae band UB40 will be performing a stellar tour of the UK after appearing at fabulous festivals like Let’s Rock Bristol!, Splendour In Nottingham and Coast2Coast.
The megastars have sold over 100 million records and their hits include Rat In Mi Kitchen, Don’t Break My Heart, Food For Thought and I Got You Babe.
So come and get a glass of red red wine and enjoy UB40.
The Fireball - Fuelling The Fire Tour 2016 brings together four absolutely stunning ska and reggae bands into one awesome tour that must not be missed.
This year sees Less Than Jake, The Skints, Mariachi El Bronx, The Bennies and Kemuri tour the country to play some of the most exciting shows of this year.
Be sure to get your tickets when the tour comes to a stage near you.
Other outstanding acts you will not want to miss include new indie outfit Estrons, seminal punk band Dead Kennedys and the enigmatic electronic instrumentalist Gary Numan is back to enthral Numanoids everywhere.
Fans of Motion City Soundtrack will not want to miss their So Long, Farewell Tour which sees the band playing their last live gigs.
Dot To Dot Festival brings you the best in alternative acts. Check out Mystery Jets, Crosa Rosa, Augustines, Eyre Llew and more.
Taking place at Manchester, Bristol and Nottingham across the May Bank Holiday weekend. Where else would you rather be?
Get down to Lockdown for huge names in dance music including Sigma, Rudimental and Sub Focus.
The only place for fans of drum and bass, dance and grime.
Indietracks this year will see 22 incredible acts playing at Midland Railway Centre in Ripley, Derbyshire.
Headliners include Saint Etienne, The Aislers Set and Spook School.
Also on sale we have the Mexican homage to The Smiths bigmouthed frontman Mexrrissey, The Duke Spirit, BADBADNOTGOOD, IAMX, Hastings Pier Weekender and Ugly Kid Joe who still hate everything about you.
For anything you want to see, make sure you check out Gigantic first!