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The Best Gigs of June as Told by Gigantic Gig Goers

Posted on Friday 5th July 2024 at 16:00

Jimi Arundell

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Jimi Arundell

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Keep scrolling to see your top gig choices for June!


Direct From Graceland: Elvis – Arches London Bridge (2nd June 2024)

Direct From Graceland

An experience I will never forget 🥰

Wow, what can I say about this exhibition? Well, it’s an incredible experience to have been there three times now. I have felt the same emotions each time I have been, it’s truly magical to be so close to the great man’s items knowing that he wore or touched the things in person.

Anyone who goes needs to do the white glove experience. It’s so worth spending the money to hold Elvis’ gold belt, gold microphone and his glasses. The staff who work there are lovely. so helpful and friendly.

I am sure I will be visiting again soon. I’ve made memories for life. 🥰❤️


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Let’s Rock Exeter! – Powderham Castle, Essex (29th June 2024)

Let's Rock Exeter 2024

Amazing day! Great music and summer sun!

My first time at a Let's Rock event and won't be the last! The event in Exeter was very well run! Lots of friendly staff keeping the grounds clean and making people laugh.

The atmosphere was so exciting and happy, with so many people making an effort to remind us what the 80s was all about with their amazing costumes - they all looked fantastic! Everyone seemed to be smiling and getting along with each other and the artists were wonderful!

Absolutely loved it!

Thanks Gigantic and thank you Exeter! You guys rocked!

Review by Sandy


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Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets – O2 Apollo Manchester (20th June 2024)

Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets

Exceptional Musicians

Wow! Can’t put into words how great it was to hear Pink Floyd tracks from the early years delivered by musicians still at the top of their game. Drums and bass are the beating heart of music and Nick and Guy delivered at every level. Gary and Lee’s guitar work was superb, as was Dom’s keyboard mastery.

Highlights are difficult to pick out but the hairs stood up on the back of my neck to hear Syd Barrett’s vocals being so well presented. Also worthy of mention was the superb rendition of “Echoes”. A quite memorable evening. If you haven’t seen the show, I would urge you to try to get tickets.

Review by Ron


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The Stranglers – Caldicot Castle, Monmouthshire (8th June 2024)

The Stranglers


Fabulous evening at Caldicot Castle seeing The Stranglers, Buzzcocks and local band Dactyl Terra. Excellent venue in the castle and the weather certainly helped.

Dactyl Terra were on first. I was impressed and will investigate further as they have a new album up soon. Buzzcocks were next and Steve Diggle was on good form although he does struggle with some of the songs previously sung by the much-missed Pete Shelley. The newer material was very good and Diggle knows how to get a crowd going.

The Stranglers were just fantastic. They always put on an energetic show and were clearly enjoying themselves with a varied setlist. Well done to the sound person, as Baz and JJ’s vocals and the instrumentation were crystal clear.

The crowd loved it!

Fantastic evening.

Review by Mike

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