Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
Veteran alt.rock band from London, credited with being a precursor to the Britpop movement of the 1990s.
Live at the Empire
Star-studded comedy at London's original home of laughs.
English rapper, grime artist and producer.
Sign up for a Resolution Run in aid of the Stroke Association, and help keep those good New Year intentions.
Peterborough-based alt-indie ensemble.
UK singer-songwriter with a distinctive rasping, soulful vocal style.
Gentle singer-songwriter sounds.
Folk, rock and reggae outfit.
Ambient rock band from Nottingham.
Wistful, dreamy guitar pop from Fazerdaze (aka New Zealand’s Amelia Murray).
Stomping old school blues and roots.
With a unique mixture of genres Kat Eaton never fails to amaze her audience.
Folk and Americana singer-songwriter.
Kingdom of Giants
The South London band re-forms to play its psychedelic-influenced alternative rock.
The Low Anthem
Folk rock trio from Providence, Rhode Island, featuring a strikingly diverse range of instruments from pump organ to Tibetan singing bowl.
The singer-songwriter performs live.
Acoustic singer-songwriter from Preston.
Upbeat indie rock from this Dundonian four piece, often compared to The View.
Skye-bred Celtic/techno fusion layering bagpipes, whistles, Gaelic vocals, live electronics and beats into an electrifying folk-rave soundtrack.
The Dublin born singer-songwriter performs melodic indie-folk.
Sean C Kennedy
Ayrshire singer-songwriter Sean C Kennedy.
Southend-on-Sea residing indie-rock foursome.
Singer-songwriter, best known for working as John Mayer's guitarist, now touring his own EP Confluence.
Punk/ska four-piece from LA.
Beer is the star at FyneFest, with a wide variety of brews from the UK and beyond, though it takes pains to be kid-friendly with various entertainments, and of course a slew of live music.
Edinburgh Highland Reel & Strathspey Society
An evening of traditional Scottish music presented by the Edinburgh Highland Reel & Strathspey Society, founded in 1881.
Fife Festival of Music
Competitive and noncompetitive performers at this community festival range from primary-school children to adults, in both vocal and instrumental classes.
A night of old school punk.
The best of the up-and-comers and more established acts at this regular comedy night.
Metallers taking influences from Iron Maiden, Foo Fighters, Deep Purple and Jimi Hendrix.
The Vegan Leather
Art pop four-piece from Glasgow.
Dutch symphonic metal band.
Wouldbe dark and moody indie which makes the right noises without the content.
The Portobello Comedy Night
Comedy night bringing you Portobello-based laughs.
- Written by: Rimsky-Korsakov
Harmony Sinfonia gives three concerts a year in Lewisham and the surrounding area, offering valuable playing experience to amateur musicians and music students.
A massive multi-arts festival takes over the Southbank for the best part of a raucous three months, with music, comedy, theatre and family-friendly shows aplenty.
The Canadian singer and teen heartthrob brings his Purpose World Tour to the UK. Beliebers can look forward to hearing 'Sorry', 'What Do You Mean?' and 'Love Yourself'.
Indie folk and electronica from Icelandic singer/songwriter.
Minneapolis-based indie pop outfit who have a fan in Jay-Z.
Rag Mama Rag
New slant on the country blues from the English duo.
Return to Mono
Slam's monthly house residency, with top-line house and techno guests and a set from the residents themselves.
Tribute to Steel Panther.
Inoffensive sounds from this south London indie four-piece.
The queen of pop is back with new album Madame X and is taking up residency at the London Palladium offering fans an intimate first look at her first material in four years.
Michael McGoldrick, John Doyle & John McCusker
Traditional music from master flautist McGoldrick (Flook, Lunasa and Capercaillie), McCusker (Battlefield Band) and guitarist Doyle.
Pete Oxley and Nicolas Meier
The guitar maestros, Brit Pete Oxley and Swiss Nic Meier, performs a broad spectrum of contemporary jazz.
Eighties club night for over 25s.
Young Northampton singer-songwriter who cites Radiohead and Bright Eyes as influences.