As we fast begin to approach the end of 2018, this is a roundup of what we consider to be the Top Ten events happening in November.
The Prodigy – 2nd-15th November.
To coincide with their brand new album ‘No Tourists’, rave legends The Prodigy will embark upon a full UK Arena tour. Liam Howlett, Keith Flint, Maxim and Co. will be tearing up arenas across the Country bringing the classics such as ‘Firestarter’, ‘Breathe’, ‘Voodoo People’ and more to the masses. Support across all dates comes from Rene Lavice.The Prodigy will play: Glasgow SECC, Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, Brighton The Centre, Plymouth Pavilions, Liverpool Echo Arena, Cardiff Motorpoint, Birmingham Arena, Leeds First Direct Arena and Two Nights at London Alexandra Palace.
Tickets priced £49.50 are available now.
Slaves – 7th-24th November.
Royal Tunbridge Wells rock duo Slaves will be touring across the UK following the release of their fourth album ‘Acts of Fear and Love’. With hits under their belt like ‘Sockets’, ‘Cheer Up London’, ‘Hey’ and ‘Magnolia’, expect these shows to be loud and raucous. Slaves will play: Newcastle o2 Academy, Glasgow Barrowland, Nottingham Rock City, Norwich The Nick Rayns LCR, Liverpool o2 Academy, Manchester Academy, Leeds o2 Academy, Bristol o2 Academy, Cardiff Tramshed, Birmingham o2 Academy and London Alexandra Palace.
Tickets priced £20 are available now.
Gruff Rhys – 8th-17th November.
Having released his latest solo record ‘Baselberg’ to critical acclaim earlier this year, the Super Furry Animals frontman embarks upon a rather intimate tour across the UK bringing hits from across his 5 solo records. Expect an intimate setting with some stunning music and witty banter from the Welsh Troubadour. Support is unique to each venue. Gruff will be playing: Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms, Brighton Old Market, Folkestone Quarterhouse, Oxford 02 Academy, Bristol SWX, Birmingham Glee Club, Glasgow SWG3, Leeds Church and Liverpool Arts Club.
Tickets priced £19.80 are available now.
Paul Draper – 14th-24th November.
The former Mansun frontman is embarking upon an intimate acoustic tour across the UK. After releasing a critically applauded debut solo album ‘Spooky Action’ last year, the enigmatic solo star will be previewing material from his forthcoming new record, alongside fan-voted tracks from his solo career and Mansun’s back catalogue. Paul will play: Bath Moles Club, Wolverhampton Newhampton Arts Centre, Cambridge Storey’s Field Centre, Leicester The Cookie, York The Crescent, Aberdeen The Lemon Tree, Edinburgh Pleasance Theatre and Stockton Georgian Theatre.
Tickets priced £15 are available now.
Courteeners – 15th-30th November.
Manchester’s new musical heroes have not yet confirmed any details for a new album, but rumours suggest these dates will be road testing new material. Having just announced a huge 50,000 capacity show at Manchester’s Heaton Park for next summer and sold these dates out within minutes, expect these shows to be full of the boisterous frivolity of the 90’s Madchester/Britpop days. Support on all dates comes from Zuzu and Gerry Cinnamon. Courteeners will be playing: Stoke Victoria Hall, Birmingham o2 Academy, Leeds First Direct Arena, Nottingham Rock City, Leicester o2 Academy, Llandudno Venue Cymru, Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, Glasgow SSE Hydro, Southampton o2 Guildhall, Bristol o2 Academy, Hull Bonus Arena, Liverpool Echo Arena and London o2 Brixton Academy.
A few selected tickets priced £29.50 are available for certain datesnow.
tine & The Queens – 17th-28th November.
Hot on the heels of the recent release of the incredible second album ‘Chris’, Heloise Letissier will be embarking upon a number of dates across the UK, bringing the unmistakable stage show to a wider audience than previous. With recent hits;‘Girlfriend’, ‘5 Dollars’ and ‘Doesn’t Matter’joining the likes of ‘Saint Claude’ and the worldwide hit ‘Tilted’, these shows are sure to be nothing short of breath taking. Chris will be playing: Bournemouth International Centre, Hammersmith Eventim Apollo, Birmingham o2 Academy and Manchester o2 Apollo.
Tickets priced £37.50 are availablenow.
Mumford & Sons – 18th-29th November.
To coincide with their new album ‘Delta’, Mumford and Sons will be showcasing the new album across a UK Tour. The Grammy-winning folk-rock outfit recently revealed come back single ‘Guiding Light’. With the new album being described as “wildly experimental”, these dates are sure to be a highlight for any fan of the well established outfit. Mumford & Sons will be playing: Belfast SSE Arena, Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena, Manchester Arena, Birmingham Genting Arena, Sheffield FlyDSA Arena, Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, Nottingham Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena and London o2 Arena.
Tickets priced £57.50 are available now.
Anne-Marie – 19th-29th November.
After releasing her debut solo album ‘Speak Your Mind’ back in April, and numerous hits including ‘Ciao Adios’, ‘Alarm’ and ‘Rockabye’ (with Clean Bandit). The chart-rising star is set to play a handful of UK dates ahead of a full UK Tour next year. Anne-Marie will play: Manchester Academy, London o2 Brixton Academy, Glasgow Barrowland and Birmingham o2 Academy
Tickets priced £23.50 are available now.
Miles Kane- 22nd-30th November.
On the back of his third solo album ‘Coup de Grace’, Miles Kane will be reaching out to audiences far and wide as part of a huge UK Tour which rolls in to December. Support across all dates comes from Manchester’s Cabbage. Miles Kane will play: Glasgow Barrowland, Manchester Academy, Norwich The Nick Rayns LCR, Birmingham o2 Institute, Leeds o2 Academy and Hull Univeristy Union.
Tickets priced £22.50 are available now.
Bring Me The Horizon – 23rd-30th November.
Ahead of their new album ‘Amo’ to be released next year, Sheffield’s metal sons Bring Me The Horizon will embark upon a UK tour. Ollie Sykes and crew will be bringing their unique brand of metal hits including ‘It Never Ends’, ‘Happy Song’, ‘True Friends’ and stunning new single ‘Mantra’ to the live arena. Support across the dates is yet to be confirmed. Bring Me The Horizon will play: Birmingham Arena, Leeds First Direct Arena, Glasgow SSE Hydro, Cardiff Motorpoint Arena and two Sold Out nights at London Alexandra Palace.
Tickets priced £39.50 are available now.