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Posted on Thursday 23rd April 2020 at 11:59
Australian pop rockers Crowded House have been the favourite band of fans around the globe since the mid-80’s. Don’t miss your chance to hear them play their hits on a huge UK arena tour later this year.
11/06 Utilita Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
12/06 Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
02/07 Castlefield Bowl, Manchester
Led by two Lincolnshire independent promoters, Call Of The Wild is the fantastic festival presenting three days of exhilarating music held on three stages boasting over 70 acts – including Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons, Massive Wagons, Raging Speedhorn plus many more!
18 – 20/09 Lincolnshire Showground, Lincoln
Return to the decadent days of the 1980’s at Let's Rock Exeter! The festival arrives at Powderham Castle next year, bringing with it some of the biggest names in rock and pop from the flamboyant decade.
03/07 (2021) Powderham Castle, Exeter
This year, indie rocker duo Bethany Cosentino and guitarist and Bobb Bruno AKA Best Coast broke their silence to release latest LP ‘Always Tomorrow’ which they promote with a handful of unmissable headline dates.
07/12 O2 Institute2 Birmingham, Birmingham
08/12 Electric Ballroom, London
09/12 Academy 3, Manchester
Get ready to get your goth on because The Mission are back! The dark denizens of the night will be haunting the stages around the UK during April of next year!
15/04 (2021) O2 Manchester Ritz, Manchester
20/04 (2021) Rock City, Nottingham
21/04 (2021) O2 Academy Bristol, Bristol
Cheshire born singer \ songwriter David Gray became a household name with the release of his ‘White Ladder’ album towards the end of the 90’s. His career continues with his latest album ‘Gold In A Brass Age’ which he promotes with a spectacular outdoor show.
25/06 (2021) Cartmel Racecourse, Cartmel
Combining the energy of punk and the flair of new wave; The Alarm first exploded out of Rhyl, Wales in the 80’s and went on to release the mighty hit ‘Sixty Eight Guns’. See them rock out once again when they tour during the latter months of the year.
05/11 O2 Manchester Ritz, Manchester
04/12 Electric Ballroom, London
19/12 O2 Institute2 Birmingham, Birmingham
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