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The Best Gigs of January As Told By Gigantic Gig Goers

Posted on Monday 29th January 2024 at 16:00

Jimi Arundell

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Jimi Arundell

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From packed-out arenas to intimate venues, nothing beats the shared experience of live music. It creates a connection between the artist and the audience, making special memories that will last a lifetime.

We love hearing from you and enjoy reading about the perfect moments you have witnessed on stage. We have gathered the very best five-star customer reviews sent to Gigantic Tickets highlighting all the awesome gigs you have attended during January. We also present our favourite photos our #GiganticGigGoer  community has been kind enough to share this month.

It’s going to be a big year of music, and if you want to join then hit the link below to book tickets for all your favourite bands and artists – top festivals too! Then tag @GiganticTickets in your pics on Instagram and use #GiganticGigGoer . We share the very best pics every week.



Cancer Bats – The Bullingdon, Oxford (26th January 2024)

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An excellent show by the Cancer Bats 🦇 playing their alter ego of Bat Sabbath. Having seen the original band in action on many occasions going back to the late 70s I took this for what it is: a nod to the original. The professionalism of the musicians in BS added to the experience and I would thoroughly recommend them to any heavy music lover. (I'll) certainly go again

Review by Dino




Depeche Mode – The O2 Arena, London (27th January 2024)

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I have seen Depeche Mode 12 times over the years and this one is up with the best. Always perfect at the O2, the atmosphere and the acoustics. I also saw them at Twickenham last year and this one knocks spots off it. What a group and would highly recommend you go and see if they play again.

Review by Peter




Bring Me The Horizon – Utilita Arena Cardiff, Cardiff (9th January 2024)

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Absolutely insane! What a show. First night of their tour in Cardiff and they were on fire! GO AND SEE THEM. Pyrotechnics, lasers, AI, cannons. Everything was wild.

Review by Maddy B




Saint Agnes – The Bodega, Nottingham (24th January 2024)

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Fantastic. Simply fantastic. It's mad to think they are not bigger than what they are. Every aspect of the music was spot on, drums, guitar, bass and vocals. Its so wholesome to see how much they all love what they do and Kitty is just fantastic as a frontwoman. They all are great, but she just has a great way of coming across as approachable and humble whilst being a slay b*tch and an incredible vocalist and guitarist. They are charging f*ck all for their shows, so go, before they get bigger which THEY WILL

Review by Charlotte E



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Hugh Cornwell – Concorde 2, Brighton (24th January 2024)

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Hugh Cornwell hasn’t lost his touch to entertain his fans. With a mixture from his solo career to his time at The Stranglers, he plays for nearly 2 hours with a brilliant voice that has lost none of its power. The venue is small therefore intimate and it feels special to be able to see and hear such a rock legend. Don’t stop cos we can’t get enough of this amazing entertainer

Review by Frank

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