The Wildhearts tickets

The Wildhearts Tickets

The Wildhearts The Professionals Concorde 2, Brighton

Saturday 5th October 2019

The Wildhearts Plus The Professionals Sub 89, Reading

Sunday 6th October 2019

The Wildhearts The Professionals The Live Rooms, Chester

Monday 7th October 2019

The Wildhearts The Professionals The Welly, Hull

Tuesday 8th October 2019

The Wildhearts Cambridge Junction, Cambridge

Tuesday 15th October 2019

The Wildhearts Plus Special Guests Bath Komedia, Bath

Wednesday 16th October 2019

The Wildhearts Plus Special Guests Engine Rooms, Southampton

Thursday 17th October 2019

The Wildhearts KKs Steel Mill, Wolverhampton

Monday 21st October 2019
The Wildhearts Fan Reviews (6) 5.0
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"Never fail to deliver"
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The Wildhearts, Electric Brixton, London - 9th May 2019

Anticipation ran high in the lead up to the gig: the legendary line up of Ginger, CJ, Danny and Richie somehow not only surviving, but reforming. The new album “The Renaissance Men” had been on repeat since being released a few days earlier, baited by the release of lead track “Dislocated” a couple of months prior.

Towers of London, and even more so The Massive Wagons had pumped the expectant crowd. Roadies cleated the stage, the lights dimmed, and the band emerged, Ginger’s grinning face belting out Dislocated and setting the tone for the evening: the band nailing it, the crowd lapping up every note, tone, beat. Even CJ having “technical problems” didn’t knock them out of step, Ginger teaching the non-hardcore fans the chorus of “Let Em Go” (explicit lyrics included) before powering straight in as CJ got sorted.

The triumphant performance bounced between classic favourites such as “Everlone”, “Sick of Drugs”, “29x the Pain”, interspersing new album material - many already verging on classic. Throw in a couple of tracks from “Chutzpah” - sometimes described as bit of a marmite album (I like marmite!) and not a fan in the house was left disappointed. The final hurrah/encore of “I Wanna Go Where the People Go” somewhat ironic, as I’m fairly sure that no-one wanted to go anywhere, at least for another few songs.

Posted by Dan C on 11/05/2019

"Awesome gig, as always"
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The Wildhearts, Academy 2, Manchester - 3rd May 2019

As is the norm, with the Wildhearts an awesome gig. Great support bands warmed the crowd up nicely, then The Wildhearts took the roof off the Academy. A good mix of new, old and crowd pleasers tracks. Can’t wait to see them again. πŸ‘πŸ€˜πŸŽΈπŸŽΌ

Posted by Wayne Davies on 04/05/2019

"Brilliant Gig."
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The Wildhearts, Academy 2, Manchester - 3rd May 2019

Wildhearts are the best live band around - bar none!

Posted by Dave/R on 04/05/2019

"The Wildhearts"
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The Wildhearts, Academy 2, Manchester - 3rd May 2019

Great performance by The Wildhearts. Support was good as well. Small venue suited the music.

Posted anonymously on 04/05/2019

"always an awesome gig"
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The Wildhearts, The Mill, Birmingham - 3rd December 2018

followed for 25 years. Seen them many times and its always a fantastic gig. can't wit for the next one!

Posted by neil on 04/12/2018

The Wildhearts have just announced a massive tour for the new year. Do not miss your chance to see them sweep across the UK to play Concorde 2 at Brighton, Sub 89 in Reading, The Live Rooms at Chester, Welly at the mighty city of Hull, Cambridge Junction, Bath Komedia, Engine Rooms at Southampton an KKs Steel Mill in Wolverhampton during October 2019.

Artist Bio

Hard rock band The Wildhearts have endured a turbulent past. Having undergone massive changes in the line-up, battling with problems such as depression and drug use, plus not having achieved commercial success despite the loyal following would have caused any lesser band to implode.

However, led by the charismatic front Ginger, The Wildhearts continue to be the epitome of rock and roll. Giving incredibly fierce shows that make for compulsive viewing and with each new album continuing to melt faces - they still give the young pretenders a run for their money. You need to see The Wildhearts!

Band members currently include drummer Ritch Battersby, guitars shared by CJ and singer Ginger with both Scott Sorry and Jon Poole on bass.

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Following being sacked from Quireboys in 1989, Ginger had been drinking hard and fell down a flight of stairs. In his hands a bottle of Jack Daniels remained intact which would have surely sliced his wrists had it shattered. Deciding to commit all to performing, he set about forming the ultimate rock and roll band.

β€œNever a dull day in Wildhearts Land” - Kerrang

β€œThe Wildhearts were the kind of band that the British rock press has wet dreams about: creatively brilliant, completely out-of-control, and utterly doomed from day one. Led by charismatic lunatic... ” - VM

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