O2 Academy Leicester
- Telephone 0844 477 2000
- Website www.o2academyleicester.co.uk
There are 33 events at this location
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Alexander O'Neal, Heatwave, Jazzie B
A trio of soul, funk, hip-hop and disco hitmakers from the past forty years, plus a chance to meet the artists.
Over-14s show. Pete Doherty brings his appropriately-named indie band back to Scotland.
Dark indie-pop and electronica by the London-based band, led by vocalist and songwriter Dan Smith.
Burning The Day, If Looks Could Kill
The Canadian five-piece performs heavy metal.
The Chapman Family
Alt rock by the band from Stockton-on-Tees.
Former X Factor contestant with a soulful pop style.
Electric Mary, Skam
The band from Melbourne, Australia, performs rock with influences from classic rock.
The four-piece from Leicester performs melodic alt-rock.
The Dan Gillespie Sells-fronted quintet from Horsham, West Sussex performs sweeping power-pop and soft indie, including the hit single Love It When You Call.
Sat 1 Jun
Sat 8 Jun
Sat 15 Jun
The Food Fighterz: Foo Fighters Tribute, This Is Nirvana: Nirvana Tribute
The band performs the music of Dave Grohl's rock outfit.
Sat 5 Oct
£9 / 0844 477 2000
Frankie & The Heartstrings
The Sunderland-based combo performs upbeat indie rock.
Singer and producer Obaro Ejimiwe performs a mix of alternative hip hop and electronica, with dubstep and grime elements, from his album Some Say I So I Say Light.
Indie and alternative pop by the quartet from Leicester.
If Looks Could Kill, Grey Goes Down, White Clouds & Gunfire, Temple Dawn
Post-hardcore and screamo by the six-piece unit from Leicester.
Fri 2 Aug
£6 / 0844 477 2000
Psychedelic pop by the singer-songwriter who comes from the Netherlands.
Indie-pop by the singer-songwriter from Oxfordshire.
Alternative rock by the four-piece band who were formed in Chicago in 2005.
The group from London, led by rappers Charlie and Sim, performs dubstep.
The Modfathers: Paul Weller Tribute
The band plays the songs of the singer-songwriter and former frontman of The Jam and The Style Council.
The five-piece band who come from Leicester plays pop-punk.
Public Image Ltd, The Wonder Stuff
Former Sex Pistols frontman and singer-songwriter John Lydon leads his experimental post-punk and new wave band.
DJ Dre Stansall spin ska, two-tone, soul, 1960s and Mod, with a live performance from The Atlantics.
Recipes For Disaster
The five-piece performs ska originals with the occasional cover song.
Resident DJs play chart, dance, pop, dubstep, house, indie and student anthems.
The Small Fakers: Small Faces Tribute
The band plays the hits of the rock'n'roll and mod group, including Itchycoo Park, Lazy Sunday and All Or Nothing.
The Smyths: The Smiths Tribute
A tribute to the music of Morrissey, Marr, Rourke and Joyce.
Alternative rock and post-Britpop from the band featuring ex members of the Beautiful South known for the hits Song For Whoever, Perfect Ten, Rotterdam and Don't Marry Her.
Toots And The Maytals
The Jamaican band are long-established pioneers of ska and reggae.
The Trap, The Tennysons
Rock band from Sheffield.
The Wedding Present
The Wedding Present was originally formed in 1985 by vocalist and lead guitarist David Gedge. The line-up has changed over the years but these days Gedge is joined on stage by Simon Cleave, Terry de Castro and Graeme Ramsay. Their debut single Go Out And Get Em' Boy was released on a small scale, with only 500 copies…
Singer and guitarist Ginger and his Newcastle-based band reform to play its hard rock and punk-rock hits including Sick Of Drugs and Stormy In The North, Karma In The South.