9 Of The Best Music Concerts in London April 2016
London Warehouse Events’ SIDEXSIDE series will return on Saturday 2nd April for a showcase at Tobacco Dock. The next installment will see three world renowned DJs host a room each. Carl Cox will take over the Great Gallery, Seth Troxler will lead the Car Park and Joris Voorn will oversee the Little Gallery.
One of the UK’s most exciting live acts and breakthrough artist of 2015, James Bay, continues his winning run of shows with a residency at Hammersmith’s legendary Eventim Apollo. After scooping up Best British Solo Artist at this years Brit Awards, James Bay tickets have seen a massive increase in sales.
5 Seconds of Summer
5 Seconds of Summer are back in 2016 with a huge tour of the UK and Ireland and a brand new album. The boy’s tour also includes two massive concerts at London’s The O2 arena on 7 and 8 April 2016. The tour will be the first time fans will get to hear the four-piece’s brand new album, Sounds Good Feels Good.
Years & Years
Following their huge October tour, Years & Years will return to the road in March 2016 to play some of their biggest headline shows to date. The three-piece will tour through the country during March and April 2016 and they will perform at venues such as Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena, Manchester Apollo and London’s SSE Arena, Wembley.
‘The Drones World Tour’ will see the band perform for the first time “in the round” from the middle of the arena. The band are renowned for pushing boundaries in terms of their stage production and the Drones World Tour will be no exception. This stage design and configuration will give fans a true 360 degree audio/visual sensory experience.
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Jeff Lynne’s ELO
Known as one of the most iconic forces in music history, Jeff Lynne’s ELO is set to not only deliver ‘Alone In The Universe’, the first new ELO music in 15 years on November 13th, but also head out on a ten date UK tour including two shows at The O2, on Wednesday 20 and Friday 22 April 2016.
Don’t miss out – limited tickets left to see Jeff Lynne’s ELO here.
Following the sell-out success of his show at London’s 3000 capacity Roundhouse, KYGO returns to the UK in 2016 to embark on his ‘Cloud Nine’ tour including two very special shows at Manchester Academy on Thursday 21st April and London’s O2 Academy Brixton on Friday 22nd & Saturday 23rd April which will be his first ever headlining shows at the iconic music venue.
The voice and guitar of Pink Floyd David Gilmour will close the week of concerts in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall. Gilmour will make it a round ten appearances at the venue on his current tour, promoting his new album Rattle That Lock, having already sold out five nights in 2015 and four more for September 2016.
Platinum-selling, Denver outfit, The Lumineers, make their long-awaited return with their second album Cleopatra, the follow up to their multi-Grammy nominated, self-titled debut. They exploded onto the scene with their monster single, ‘Ho Hey’, and its follow-up, ‘Stubborn Love’ and have sold over 3 million albums worldwide.