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American pop and pop-rock singer tours her latest studio album Beautiful Trauma. Support on the tour will come from DJ Kid Cut Up, Australian singer-songwriter Vance Joy and indie band Bang Bang Romeo.

Anfield Stadium, Liverpool

Tue 25 Jun

Prices to be confirmed

With Vance Joy, KidCutUp and Bang Bang Romeo.

West End Festival

Taking over the West End of Glasgow, the festival treats the ears to a great musical line-up, tantalises all the senses with a carnival, and delves into the creative depths of local studios and exhibitions with the Hidden Lane open days.

Various venues: Glasgow

Tue 25 Jun

Times & prices vary / 0141 341 0844

The Lady Boys of Bangkok: The Greatest Showgirls

The Lady Boys of Bangkok are back with a bigger, glitzier show than ever before.

Winding Wheel, Chesterfield

Tue 25 Jun

Prices to be confirmed / 0845 166 4356

Il Divo

Pop opera from the phenomenally successful Il Divo.

Newcastle City Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne

Tue 25 Jun

£43.15–£139 / 0191 261 2606


Nicky Byrne, Kian Egan, Mark Feehily and Shane Filan are back with brand new music and a 2019 tour. Catch the pop sensations live next summer including a show at London's O2 Arena.

Liverpool Echo Arena & Convention Centre

Tue 25 Jun

£45–£235 / 0844 800 0400

With Plus Support.

Cowboys & Angels

Celebratuign the music of George Michael and Wham! featurign original band members Michael Brown, Deon Estus, Jo Garland, Jay Henry, Katie Kissoon, Shirley Lewis, Lea Murrell, Trevor Murrell and Phil Palmer. In aid fo Childline.

O2 Academy Brixton, London SW9

Tue 25 Jun

£50–£70 / 0844 477 2000

Ormeau Park, Belfast

Tue 25 Jun

Prices to be confirmed / 028 9024 6609

Les Musicals

Celebration of musical theatre.

Theatre Royal, Brighton

Tue 25 Jun

£22.65–£60.15 / 0870 060 6650

UB40 + Special Guests 40th Anniversary

Birmingham’s world-famous reggae stars UB40 have announced a massive hometown show in Birmingham this December!

Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre

Tue 25 Jun

£43.25–£48.75 / 01772 80 44 44

Grand Hall

£37.50–£42.50 / 01772 80 44 44

Thinking About the Future of Iran in Drumchapel

Thinking About the Future of Iran in Drumchapel is an exhibition of photos taken on a walk guided by Iranian musician Mohammad Mohammadi Champiri in response to the question of what he would take into the future. The question was posed as part of a round-table discussion with artist Anahita Razmi and curator at Glasgow…

Glasgow Botanic Gardens

Tue 25 Jun

Free / 0141 334 2422

Part of Refugee Festival Scotland.

  • 10:00 – 17:00

The Beach Boys

Mike Love and Bruce Johnston, who joined the Beach Boys in the mid-1960s to replace Brian Wilson for live performances, lead the current line-up of the California band, who are renowned for their impeccable vocal harmonies. Audiences can expect some good vibrations as the group gallivant through more than 50 years of hits.

Royal Albert Hall, London SW7

Tue 25 Jun

Prices to be confirmed / 020 7589 8212

O2 Apollo Manchester

Tue 25 Jun

£37.50–£42.50 / 0844 477 7677

Lauren MacColl: The Seer

Fiddler and composer Lauren MacColl performs a suite of music based on the life and prophecies of the 17th century prophet The Brahan Seer.

An Crùbh, Isle of Skye

Tue 25 Jun

£15 / 01471 833417

Mulberry's ‘my Local’ Series: Alan Power

To kick off Mulberry’s ‘My Local’ Series, the British brand takes over The Betsey Trotwood in Farringdon to host an evening of classic pub entertainment with live music from Alan Power and Rosie Lowe plus DJ set from New Found Form.  Guests will enjoy complimentary pub snacks and drinks. Guests must be over 18 years of…

The Betsey Trotwood, London EC1R

Tue 25 Jun


Norwegian punk sounds.

Electrowerkz, London EC1V

Tue 25 Jun

£11 / 020 7837 6419

Sonic Séance

Performance of sound, music and dance about women's empowerment and confronting hegemonic colonialist narratives.

CCA, Glasgow

Tue 25 Jun

Free / 0141 352 4900

  • 11:00 – 18:00


Old warbly voice Paul Banks continues to lead melancholic indie group, Interpol.

O2 Academy Leeds

Tue 25 Jun

£31.62–£32.62 / 0844 477 2000

Over the Rainbow- A Gay Cabaret!

Once upon a time, a girl saw the stars disappearing from the sky, clouds gathered, and a rainbow appeared! Celebrate the end of Pride month with a fundraising evening of singing, dancing and entertainment from local talents celebrating the best of Edinburgh's LGBT+ community! Bring change for an exciting raffle too!

The Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh

Tue 25 Jun

£5.50 / 0131 651 5859


Shakatak have enjoyed a level of success and career longevity rarely paralleled in contemporary music – but then Shakatak is a particularly unusual group. Because of the nature of their music, their fan base is one that is far reaching while always retaining an ‘underground element’. This paradox sees the band, who are…

Pizza Express Jazz Club, London W1D

Tue 25 Jun

£27 / 020 7437 9595

  • 20:30

Ben Walker & Rob Harbron

Having thoroughly enjoyed playing together for their recent EFDSS project The Lost Tunes, Ben Walker and Rob Harbron will be offering audiences an evening of spellbinding music and the stories behind it, combining solo sets with a selection of traditional and original tunes played together. Ben Walker was recently…

Kingskerswell Parish Church, Newton Abbot

Tue 25 Jun

£13.75 / 01803 873006

The Burning Hell

Acoustic indie-folk from Mathias Kom.

The Hope & Ruin, Brighton

Tue 25 Jun

£12.10 / 01273 325793

Busy Bees

Most Tuesdays and Wednesday in term time Lively sessions for Under 5s and their parents/carers. Storytellers change every week, with creative play, enchanting stories from around the world, songs, outdoor play and a whole lot of Horniman fun, created with very young children and their carers in mind. Outdoor play…

Horniman Museum And Gardens, London SE23

Tue 25 Jun

Times vary / Free but ticketed / 020 8699 1872

Chapter and Verse

Alt rock quartet from East London.

Opium, Edinburgh

Tue 25 Jun

£7.70 / 0131 225 8382

Club Heartbreak With Mark Ronson

Master producer Mark Ronson invites you into his world of break-up bangers and late night feelings. From pounding synths, soaring strings and lyrics that could tear your already broken heart into a million more pieces, he knows how to cut deep with a melody and an unforgettable hook. Remember, Nothing Breaks Like a Heart.

The Scala, London N1

Tue 25 Jun

£30.25 / 020 7833 2022