Posted on Wednesday 27th November 2019 at 17:00
A multitude of artists have this week confirmed tour dates for 2020.
Fresh from another run of sold-out arena shows, pop icons Little Mix will be heading to stadiums in Peterborough, Colchester and Conwy. Famed for their feel-good anthems, the shows are an all-singing, all-dancing experience and perfect for fans of all ages.
Find out more about what's going on sale this week below:
After busking their way around Melbourne for several years before breaking into the mainstream, Triple J favourite Tash Sultana returns to the UK with a show at London’s Royal Albert Hall on 21st September. Although able to play over 20 instruments including guitar, bass and saxophone – Sultana will be bringing a band with them, which is certain to be an exciting progression to their already phenomenal live display.
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Pop favourites Little Mix have announced stadium dates in Peterborough, Colchester and Conwy as part of their Summer 2020 Tour. The quartet are best known for feel good anthems such as Shout Out To My Ex, Bounce Back and Salute and their live performances are some of the most exciting in the world right now. After selling out arenas worldwide, Little Mix are heading back to outdoor venues for the first time since 2018.
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Country-duo The Shires head out on a UK wide tour next year, including a date at St. David's Hall, Cardiff on 24th May. Latest single, New Year, comes from their highly anticipated forthcoming record 'Good Years' (released on 13th March 2020) and shows their country-music prowess. With ghostly vocals and pining vocals, it is the perfect showcase of what to expect from their fourth studio release.
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Drive-By Truckers will be performing an intimate show at Leeds Irish Centre on 4th June in support of new record The Unraveling (out 31st January). The southern-rock five-piece create a unique blend of country, folk and classic rock and via touring extensively over the past two-and-a-half decades, they have formed a loyal following all over the world.
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Hardcore Canadian punks head back to the UK alongside Can’t Swim, Chamber and Static Dress with shows at Exchange, Bristol and Beta, Nottingham. Latest record, Nothing Left To Love, was released earlier this month and perfectly complements their already expansive and eclectic discography. Categorized as ‘melodic hardcore,’ Counterparts’ sound is of the most signature in their field and sounds as refreshing now as it did on 2010 debut album, Prophets.
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Ryan Jarvis is Manchester’s latest export – and when you consider the artists that have come from the North West city, you can understand the excitement surrounding new talent. Heading to Nottingham for a Bar Session at The Bodega before a huge homecoming gig at Star and Garter. With plans to support Gomez’ Ben Ottewell and having already played alongside Babybird this year – the future is bright for Jarvis and latest single, Heavy Heart, proves exactly why.
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Rap legend The Game brings his new record, Born 2 Rap, to Nottingham with a show at Rock City on 4th February next year. Born 2 Rap will be his ninth studio release and his first since 2016 – across a decade and a half career he has worked alongside 50 Cent, Usher and many other r&b icons. He has also featured in several films, documentaries and video games such as Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
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