Posted on Wednesday 11th December 2019 at 17:00
As 2019 draws to a close, we are already looking ahead to 2020 with exciting shows going on sale this week.
Festival season seems forever away at the moment, but Splendour Festival has confirmed it will be returning to Wollaton Park on 18th July, elusive rapper M Huncho is embarking on an extensive UK tour to promote latest LP, Huncholini the 1st, and American singer-songwriter Chuck Ragan heads to the UK for a run of intimate shows.
Nottingham’s favourite summer party, Splendour Festival, returns to Wollaton Park on Saturday 18th July. Bringing a wealth of international, national and local talent to the area, Splendour is an opportunity to see some of the biggest acts in the world at the picturesque location – previous performers include Manic Street Preachers, Gabrielle Aplin and The Human League.
Buy your Splendour Festival tickets here.
Masked rapper, M Huncho, has confirmed plans to take his upcoming record, Huncholini the 1st, on an extensive tour around the UK in Spring next year – including shows at O2 Academy Brixton, Rock City and O2 Ritz, Manchester. Referred to as a “soon-to-be-staple of the UK scene” by Vice, his live show is one of the most exciting you’ll see next year.
Buy your M Huncho tickets here.
American singer-songwriter Chuck Ragan will embark on a UK-wide tour that visits Brighton, Bristol, London, Leeds and Manchester in December next year. His solo work spans across several live and studio albums – most recently The Winter Haul Live in 2016. He has played alongside The Gaslight Anthem and Frank Turner in the UK and Europe.
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Harmonious indie-folk trio The Staves have confirmed an intimate show at Manchester’s Gorilla on 27th February next year. The Hertfordshire sisters are one of the most blissful acts in the country and have continued to sell out venues around the world – both as headliners and alongside the likes of Bon Iver, Florence and the Machine and First Aid Kit.
Buy your The Staves tickets here.
Throughout their career, Coventry indie-rockers The Enemy documented life as witnessed through many of our perspectives. Their debut record, We’ll Live And Die In These Towns, drew comparisons to the likes of Arctic Monkeys, and will be celebrated by frontman Tom Clarke next year when he sets out on a solo tour across the country – including a show at Nottingham’s Rescue Rooms on 2nd April.
Buy your Tom Clarke tickets here.
Manchester indie outfit Larkins are set to head out on their biggest ever headline tour next year. The run of shows includes dates at Thekla, Bristol on 15th April and Rescue Rooms, Nottingham on 16th April. Manchester Evening News have tipped them at “the band who could be Manchester’s next arena act,” so be sure to catch them this time around.
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Find all upcoming shows here.