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Here are a few great tours coming this Oct/Nov

As it all starts to kick off again following a hectic summer of festivals, here are a few of our favourite tours coming this Autumn

1. THE MAGIC GANG

With upbeat reviews across the board, a Radio 1 playlist for recent single ‘Getting Along’, and a nomination for Best New Artist at the NME Awards, The Magic Gang have emerged as a force to be reckoned with. Their self-titled debut album confirmed their rising status, and is currently the highest-charting debut from a British rock band this year.

OCTOBER – HEADLINE TOUR
Bristol, O2 Academy
Bournemouth, O2 Academy
Liverpool, O2 Academy
Keele, University – Student Union
Oxford, O2 Academy

2. RUDIMENTAL

Following the release of their platinum selling No.1 UK single ‘These Days’ in January, BRIT-Award winning collective, Rudimental have today announced a series of UK tour dates for October 2018, marking their first tour in two years! They will play headline shows across Glasgow, Nottingham, Leeds, Newcastle, Sheffield, Birmingham, Manchester, Bournemouth, concluding with two shows at London’s prestigious Alexandra Palace – their biggest tour to date!

Tickets for their huge October tour are on sale: https://atlanti.cr/rudimental-live

Tuesday 16th October Glasgow O2 Academy
Wednesday 17th October Nottingham Rock City
Thursday 18th October Leeds O2 Academy
Friday 19th October Newcastle O2 Academy 1
Saturday 20th October Sheffield O2 Academy 1
Monday 22nd October Birmingham O2 Academy 1
Tuesday 23rd October Manchester O2 Apollo
Wednesday 24th October Bournemouth O2 Academy
Friday 26th October London Alexandra Palace
Saturday 27th October London Alexandra Palace – SOLD OUT

3. NATHAN DAWE

Bouncing off the back of his debut performances at We Are FSTVL and Bestival, rising UK DJ and producer is on tour thoughout October. Dates below

October
3rd – Pryzm, Plymouth
5th – Tank, Sheffield
6th – Pryzm, Nottingham
12th – Pryzm, Bristol
13th – Bass Jam, Manchester
13th – Pryzm, Leeds

December
23rd – O2 Academy, Birmingham

4. MAHALIA

British rising star Mahalia has today unveiled her brilliant new single ‘I Wish I Missed My Ex’ alongside a cleverly crafted surrealistic video. In addition, the British songstress has announced that she will be touring the US for the first time this summer and also a 10-date UK tour for 2018 which includes a date at London’s prestigious Brixton Electric – her biggest tour to date!

AUTUMN UK 2018 TOUR

3rd October – The Lemon Grove – Exeter
4th October – O2 Academy 2 – Oxford
5th October – The Haunt – Brighton
7th October – Junction – Cambridge
8th October – Rescue Rooms – Nottingham
10th October – Newhampton Arts Centre – Wolverhampton
11th October – Brixton Electric – London
14th October – Leaf – Liverpool
15th October – The Wardrobe – Leeds
17th October – Gorilla – Manchester

Tickets: www.MahaliaMusic.co.uk

5. JORJA SMITH

Further to the release of her new album Lost & Found, Jorja Smith is heading out on tour across the UK this autumn.

OCTOBER 2018 TOUR DATES

Norwich – UEA – 4th October
Bristol – 02 Academy – 5th October SOLD OUT
Newcastle – 02 Academy 1- 7th October SOLD OUT
Glasgow – 02 Academy – 8th October
Manchester – Albert Hall – 10th October SOLD OUT
Manchester – Albert Hall – 11th October
Birmingham – 02 Academy 1 – 13th October SOLD OUT
Nottingham – Rock City – 14th October SOLD OUT
London – O2 Brixton Academy – 17th October SOLD OUT
London – O2 Brixton Academy – 18th October

Tickets available at jorjasmith.com

Purchase Lost & Found here: http://radi.al/LostAndFound

6. JESS GLYNN

As she continues to make UK chart history with her 7th #1 single ‘I’ll Be There’, Jess Glynne announced her glittering new album ‘Always In Between’ – released on Atlantic on the 21st September.  

Jess will of course be celebrating the release of ‘Always In Between’ with an impressive UK arena tour in November. She’ll start in Glasgow on the 15th, and play all of the UK’s major cities – including a stop off a London’s O2 arena on the 20th. See full tour dates below.
November tour dates:

15/11 The SSE Hydro – Glasgow
17/11 Manchester Arena – Manchester
18/11 Genting Arena – Birmingham
20/11 O2 Arena – London
21/11 Brighton Centre – Brighton
24/11 Metro Radio Arena – Newcastle
25/11 First Direct Arena – Leeds
27/11 3arena – Dublin
29/11 Motorpoint Arena – Cardiff
30/11 Motorpoint Arena – Nottingham
02/12 BH Windsor Hall – Bournemouth

7. BUGZY MALONE

Having already claimed his crown as The King of the North, Bugzy’s set to take his gospel further afield with the biggest tour of his career. The ‘B. Inspired’ tour is the biggest headline tour to date by any grime artist and will see him perform to a total of 38,000+ people. It includes two 4000-capacity homecoming shows at Manchester’s Mayfield Depot.

He’s set to play the following dates:

OCTOBER
18th – Liverpool, O2 Academy 1
19th – London, Printworks
21st – Oxford, O2 Academy 1
24th – Newcastle, O2 Academy
25th – Leeds, O2 Academy 1
26th – Birmingham, O2 Academy 1
27th – Norwich, UEA

NOVEMBER
1st – Nottingham, Rock City
2nd – Bristol, O2 Academy 1
4th – Cardiff, Y Plas
8th – Manchester, Mayfield Point
9th – Manchester, Mayfield Point
14th – Edinburgh, Corn Exchange