If you’re anything like us, you’ve been eagerly anticipating the return of live music for over a year now, with perhaps a few cancelled and reschedules gig dates under your belt as well. However, the autumn gig season looks set to make a triumphant return, and we’re going through every gig that should be on your booking radar, with the exact dates for our personal home city, London.
No newcomers to putting on an entire experience each time they play, Black Honey have announced a string of UK dates for their upcoming album tour. With an incomparable voice, Izzy and the boys have been gearing up for these performances for months now, and come to London for not only the 26th of June, but the 13th of October, too. Read our recent interview with the group here.
Needing no introduction from us, the pop icon returns to the UK for what is undoubtedly going to be a manic, glitzy gig full of sing-along anthems and well-loved lyrics. Set to return to London for the end of July, Gaga will take to Tottenham Stadium to properly bring in the summer.
Following on for the 29th of September, LANY look set to kick off gig season with a change of tempo, bringing in their more chilled-out, mid-tempo energy. With mama’s boy having just come out, fans can expect to hear favourite tracks from the record and settle in for a stunning night of music.
Inhaler have been steadily building up their performance-stamina and fan base across the UK, with non-stop tours and gig dates. Despite the covid-spanner being thrown in the indie-rock works for them in 2020, the group still managed to release hit single, ‘Cheer Up Baby’. Catch it live in action on the 6th of October.
Everyone’s favourite indie-pop-rock hybrid has no shortage of stadium-ready anthems, which have been scandalously kept of gig stages for the past year. With Open Up Your Head bringing in even more material for these set-lists, we can’t wait to see what they have in store for their UK tour dates (15th October for London).
Keeping the party going, Paloma Faith brings her stunning vocals to the UK stages in October, with the 23rd seeing her play London’s Palladium. Check our her 2020 release Infinite Things if you haven’t yet had the chance, for her famed vocals and introspective lyricism.