The band have rescheduled their 2020 headline run.
There are a handful of tickets left for some incredible shows this month which you may have thought have already sold out. To save you scrolling through the huge list of shows taking place over the next 30 or so days, we’ve pulled together a handy guide to those last minute tickets. Here’s your chance to get involved.
Having wowed fans with an awesome headline slot at Reading and Leeds Festival earlier in the year, and complete with tracks from this year’s new album For Crying Out Loud, here’s your chance to catch indie favourites Kasabian live.
24 November – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
25 November – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
26 November – BHGE Arena, Aberdeen
30 November – Manchester Arena, Manchester
1 December – The O2, London
2 December – The O2, London
4 December – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
5 December – Echo Arena, Liverpool
7 December – First Direct Arena, Leeds
8 December – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
9 December – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
They have just released their fifth studio album Wonderful Wonderful, as well as playing a comparatively intimate show at London’s O2 Academy Brixton to a gathering of diehard fans. Now it’s their time to return to where they belong, those huge arenas.
9 November – Echo Arena, Liverpool
Another chance to catch new music by a veteran act, Depeche Mode released their fourteenth full-length album Spirit earlier this year. They are playing arena shows later this month, with tickets still available in Manchester and Birmingham. There’s really no need to enjoy the silence at home.
17 November – Manchester Arena, Manchester
19 November – Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
You’ll be able to feel it in the air when Phil Collins brings his massive hits to various venues across the UK. The London shows might be all sold out, but there’s still some last remaining tickets at his other shows across the UK.
22 November – Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
24 November – Sheffield Arena, Sheffield
29 November – Manchester Arena, Manchester
1 December – The SSE Hydro, Glasgow
2 December – Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
3 December – Genting Arena, Birmingham
Their music is far more than these words allow, but you can catch the American rockers at Academies across the UK throughout December, including at London’s flagship O2 Academy Brixton.
13 December – O2 Academy, Newcastle
14 December – O2 Academy, Glasgow
16 December – O2 Academy, Leeds
17 December – O2 Academy, Birmingham
20 December – O2 Academy Brixton, London
Don’t get stuck listening to white noise, and head out to catch PVRIS on their headline UK run later this month. There’s a handful of tickets still left for their shows, including at London’s O2 Academy Brixton. All we know is heaven, all we need are PVRIS.
24 November – The Academy, Dublin
25 November – Mandela Hall, Belfast
27 November – O2 Academy, Glasgow
28 November – O2 Apollo, Manchester
30 November – O2 Academy Brixton, London
You won’t be deleting Wolf Alice from your mind anytime soon. They’ve just released the stunning Visions of a Life, and teased fans with a spectacular early surprise set at Reading and Leeds Festival during the summer. There’s some last remaining tickets to catch them in all their unconventional glory this month.
9 November – 02 Apollo, Manchester
11 November – Barrowlands, Glasgow
12 November – Barrowlands, Glasgow
13 November – 02 Academy, Newcastle
16 November – 02 Academy, Birmingham
24 November – Alexandra Palace, London
For the rock fan out there, Five Finger Death Punch are back in arenas across the UK towards the end of the year. Don’t miss out by bagging tickets for Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds and London. It’s better than a punch in the face.
17 December – Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
18 December – SSE Hyrdo, Glasgow
20 December – First Direct Arena, Leeds
21 December – SSE Arena Wembley, London
Don’t be left with a sour taste in your mouth by missing out on this lot. Corey Taylor leads the charge when Stone Sour return to the UK at the end of November and into early December. They’ll be bringing tracks from their new Hydrograd album with them. Watch the band chat about the record in our interview here.
29 November – Arena Birmingham, Birmingham
30 November – First Direct Arena, Leeds
1 December – The Brighton Centre, Brighton
4 December – O2 Academy Brixton, London
5 December – Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
6 December – O2 Academy Brixton, London
Check back soon for more Last Chance Gigs. For more from the world of music, head to our Concerts and Tours Guide.