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Music Gigs To Book Now: October

When it comes to live music, it pays to plan ahead, so take note and book something different into the diary. We’ve whittled down our list of must-see gigs kicking off in October and beyond. From Paloma Faith to The Prodigy, here’s our pick of the best music concerts to book now…

Dua Lipa

The singer-songwriter’s incredible year continues with the announcement of her headline UK arena tour, including a massive homecoming show at Alexandra Palace in London on Friday 20 April 2018.

Playing shows in Manchester, Cardiff, Birmingham and London, from 14th – 20th April 2018, tickets from £30.05

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Bonobo

Californian electro-chief, Bonobo played a series of sell-out shows earlier this year. Bust a groove to his melodic, heartfelt beats in Brighton in November.

Brighton Centre, 21st November 2017, tickets £30.25

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Declan McKenna

Eighteen-year-old Hertfordshire singer-songwriter Declan McKenna has already been dubbed the voice of a generation, with just one recent album release under his belt. Catch him live in various UK venues later this month.

Various dates and UK venues, from 20th October – 3rd November 2017, tickets from £14.85

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Elbow

Following the release of their highly acclaimed seventh studio album Little Fictions in February, Elbow has announced a spring tour with Guy Garvey at the helm, with shows in Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and London next March.

Playing shows in Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, London, 2nd – 7th March 2018, tickets from £40.15

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Everything Everything 

Synth-pop quartet Everything Everything will play their largest headline performance to date, at Alexandra Palace next year, with additional dates in Norwich, Bristol, Liverpool, Leeds, Glasgow and Manchester.

Various dates and UK venues, from 2nd – 10th March 2018, tickets from £22.45

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Friendly Fires 

After years hiding away – their last album release was Pala back in 2011 – everyone’s favourite electro-funk trio are making a comeback on the music scene to play a headline show at the iconic Brixton Academy next year.

O2 Brixton Academy, 5th April 2017, tickets from £32.20

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Gregory Porter 

The Grammy-winning US soul-jazz singer will return to the UK to play a string of UK shows next year, including the Royal Albert Hall, where the singer will be accompanied by a full symphony orchestra.

Various dates and UK venues, from 5th – 15th April, tickets from £39

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Hackney Wonderland

Hackney Wonderland is back this October and ready for its fourth run, bringing with it a whole new set of rock‘n’roll swagger. With some of the best East End hangouts on board – think Mangle, Oval Space, Sebright Arms, London Fields Brewhouse and The Pickle Factory – and an epic line-up of indie greats, including the likes of Jagwar Ma, The Rifles, Bo Ningen, Saint Agnes, HVMM and Honey Lung among many others, Hackney Wonderland promises a day-long music fest to remember.

Various venues in East London, 14th October, tickets £24

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Ibibo Sound Machine

Known for their explosive live shows combining afrobeat, funk and disco, this international eight-piece collective from London are a must-see on the music scene. Catch them live in various UK locations this October.

Various dates and UK venues, from 21st – 28th October 2017, tickets from £16.50

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Iron & Wine 

Watch Sam Beam in all his melancholic alt-folk magnificence, in Birmingham, Manchester, London and Dublin, in February next year.

Various dates and UK venues, from 13th – 16th February 2018, tickets from £33.35

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Little Dragon

Following the release of their new album, Season High earlier this year, haunting Swedish electro-pop four-piece will be hitting the live music circuit again, playing shows in Manchester, London, Bristol, Glasgow and Dublin.

Various dates and UK venues from 26th October – 1st November 2017

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Liam Gallagher 

After wowing the crowds at Reading and Leeds Festivals this summer, Liam Gallagher is set to play his first solo arena tour in December 2017, following the release of the debut solo album As You Were. Tickets sold out in record time, but you can put yourself on the waiting list here: Finger’s crossed more dates will be added to the tour.

Various dates and UK venues, from 1st November – 16th December 2017

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Michael Kiwanuka

Soulful singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka – whose dulcet tones you might recognise from the opening soundtrack to the TV series Big Little Lies – will play a series of dates in October in Birmingham. Salford, Perth, York, Liverpool, Exeter, London and Brighton.

Various dates and UK venues, from 16th – 25th October 2017, tickets from £24.75

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Paloma Faith

Off the back of her new album, The Architect, which features an array of acclaimed co-writers, producers and collaborators including Samuel L Jackson, Sia John Legend and Owen Jones, Paloma Faith is set to play a mammoth live tour in March next year.

Various dates and UK venues, from 2nd – 21st March 2018, tickets from £38.50

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Queens of the Stone Age

After releasing their seventh studio album earlier this summer, legendary American rockers have announced they will play a series of dates in November in various venues all over the UK.

Various dates and UK venues, from 18th – 23rd November 2017, tickets from £28.15

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Soulwax

Hot on the heels of their sold out spring and summer tour, Soulwax have released a series of new UK dates for December, including a show at one of London's most iconic venues, Camden’s Roundhouse.

The Roundhouse, 16th December, Manchester Academy, 17th December, tickets £24.75

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The Cribs

After the recent release of their seventh studio album, 24-7 Rock Star Shit, mid-noughties indie-rockers The Cribs have announced they will play a series of live shows this December.

Various dates and UK venues, from 3rd – 22nd December 2017, tickets from £27.50

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The Prodigy

The electro pioneers are set to play a series of headline dates – and their first UK dates since 2015 – including three nights at London's O2 Academy Brixton, this December. Tickets have currently sold out but you register for the waiting list now.

 Various dates and UK venues, from 14th – 23rd December 2017

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