Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
Popular late 80s/early 90s Glasgow pop-rockers fronted by Sharleen Spiteri with Johnny McElhone.
- Directed by: Gary Lloyd, John Maher (musical director)
- Written by: Adrian Grant (adapt)
A celebration of Michael Jackson and The Jackson 5 featuring top hits and some stunning multi-media razzmatazz.
“10CCLO are the worlds only tribute to both the legendary 10CC and ELO in one incredible hit packed 2 hour show. Both bands have enjoyed worldwide rock classics for the last four decades, and have remained in the hearts of millions of fans. Remember Dreadlock Holiday, Mr Blue Sky, I'm Mandy Fly Me, Evil Woman, The Things…
Catrin Finch & Seckou Keita
Two great harpists meet (well, one's a kora, but a kora is a kind of harp) in a Welsh-African fusion.
Courtney Marie Andrews
Perhaps best known for being Damien Jurado's lead guitarist, Courtney Marie Andrews has been on the road since she was 16 and has been writing her own material ever since. She tours her new album May Your Kindness Remain, a country / Americana-tinged release.
Fife Brass Band Festival
Bands around Scotland present their own brassy concert programme.
Strangely uplifting indie miserablists from Manchester. Elbow are Guy Garvey (lead vocals, guitar), Craig Potter (keyboard, piano, backing vocals, Mark Potter (guitar, backing vocals), Pete Turner (bass guitar, backing vocals and Alex Reeves (drums, percussion).
Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit
Indie-rock by the singer-songwriter from Alabama and member of Drive-By Truckers.
Ass-kicking, monolithic indie rock from Dublin.
Mad About the Musicals
Showcase of show tunes from the West End and Broadway.
Frank Skinner: Showbiz
Frank Skinner embarks on his first stand-up tour in four years.
The English prog-rockers, now in their fifth decade, play tracks from their hit albums.
Wet Wet Wet
The Glasgow soul popsters tour their greatest hits, and some other people's greatest hits as well.
Andy and the Odd Socks
The greatest sock'n'roll band in the world and stars of CBBC's hit TV show Andy and the Band.
Old school punk rockers who used to hang with the Damned (and have an infamous 'carrot story' in their disreputable past, Google it if you dare).
Chris de Burgh
AOR from the man who unleashed 'The Lady in Red' on the world, playing covers from his latest album.
'Clutch is less a band than a vast compendium of styles and experiments' according to their website, although the names Led Zeppelin, Frank Zappa and John Coltrane are dropped in as clues. Stoner rock to you and me.
The Wakefield-born Jarman brothers performs their energetic brand of indie-rock, with its strong post-punk and garage-rock influences.
Icelandic singer who would have been the sure-fire winner of Eurovision 2020 if only it hadn't been cancelled.
The Detroit rockers invite you to join the punky disco party as they power though hits Gay Bar and Danger! High Voltage.
Hairy stoner rock heavyweights from California.
The big-haired piano man performs from his catalogue of doe-eyed 70s hits.
Pop and rock singer-songwriter from Glasgow.
London-based Afrobeat seven-piece group.
The British music legend performs his pop and disco hits.
Les McKeown's 70's Legendary Bay City Rollers
Les McKeown takes audiences back to the heady days when the Rollers dominated the charts and tartan bellbottoms were considered an acceptable choice of attire. Featuring all the best-known songs including 'Bye Bye Baby', 'Shang A Lang' and 'Summer Love Sensation'.
Manic Street Preachers
The anthemic Welsh rockers return with new album Resistance is Futile.
The legendary 2 Tone and ska revival band, famous for hits such as Too Much Too Young and Ghost Town, still going strong with a career spanning over 40 years.
Canadian singer, songwriter, and dancer who gained prominence on the American reality TV show So You Think You Can Dance at age 13.
Jolly 90s Britrockers who bouncing around to the strains of their biggest hit, 'Tequila'.
Mash up of former members of Happy Mondays and Ruthless Rap Assassins, touting funky, sample-heavy sounds.
Finnish old skool hard rockers.
The AC/DC Experience
The North West-based group plays tribute to the Australian rock band. Playing songs from the Bon Scott and Brian Johnson era the AC/DC Experience guarantees to perform the iconic band's biggest hits such as 'Highway To Hell', 'Black In Black', and 'Shoot To Thrill'.
The pop-rock heavy city centre festival returns to Glasgow for its fourth edition in 2021.
Alvin Youngblood Hart
Hard rockin’ electric blues, southern boogie, country blues, with a deep soulful voice and formidable guitar playing.
The innovative Sunderland group return with more effortlessly complex indie pop.
Forgetting the Future
Alternative indie band from Thurso, Scotland.
American rock supergroup formed in 2015 by Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry to honour the music of the rock stars who died from excess in the 1970s.
Danish singer/pianist with a classical background.
The Scottish rock duo (Aidan Moffat and Malcolm Middleton) tour their first new album in 16 years.
Bluesy singer from LA who has worked with Joe Bonamassa.
Genre-bending Australian pop outfit.
The southern rockers tour their 12th album English Oceans.
Fat Freddy's Drop
Seven-piece New Zealand outfit mixing up dub, reggae, jazz, techno and soul with funky abandon.
Foil, Arms and Hog
Surreal and energetic sketch comedy and stand-up from the Irish trio comprising Sean Finegan, Conor McKenna and Sean Flanagan.
Contemporary jazz meets electronica from the Manchester-based three-piece.
Indie four-piece from Wigan.
Alt.rock, Americana and blues from Lucinda Williams.
Aka acoustic troubador Mike Rosenberg, drawing influence from the likes of Van Morrison, Neil Young and John Prine.
Catfish & the Bottlemen
Garage rock and post-punk quartet from Llandudno, with rock'n'roll and indie pop influences.