Music Gigs to Book Now: July |

Music Gigs to Book Now: July

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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 July and beyond. From festivals to Alt-J, here are the best music concerts to book now…

Farr Festival 

This boutique woodland wonder promises non-stop party vibes in a wistful setting. This year’s eclectic line-up boasts some of the biggest names on the underground clubbing scene. Get set for epic grooves from Todd Terje, Red Axes, Booka Shade and Floating Points.

Bygrave Wood, Hertfordshire, 13th – 15th July 2017, day tickets £40; weekend tickets £99




Catch the award-winning indie-dance trio live in action this September in various venues across the UK.

Venues in Bournemouth, Margate, Brighton, Somerset and Blackpool, 4th – 9th September 2017, tickets from £33.45



The Big Feastival

Tipped as the biggest and liveliest of summer food festivals, The Big Feastival is returning to Alex James' beautiful Cotswold grounds for its sixth year, to showcase the biggest names in food and music. A three-day extravaganza with top celebrity chefs including Rick Stein and Antonio Carluccio, the Main Stage will see performances from Madness, Olly Murs and Hacienda Classical. Other acts to look forward to this year include The Cribs, De La Soul, Norman Jay and Dodgy.

Alex James’ Farm, The Cotswolds, 25th – 27th August 2017, adult camping ticket £179.50; teen camping ticket (13-17) £104.50; child camping ticket (under 12) £37.25



Harry Styles

Boyband pin-up Harry Styles has announced another two dates to add to next year’s sold out tour.

The O2, North Greenwich, London, 11th & 12th April 2018, tickets from £71.75



Wolf Alice

The grunge rockers are back to conquer the world with a series of electric live shows across the UK.

Various UK venues, 8th – 21st November 2017, tickets from £22.15




An unstoppable force, Lorde is touring in September to coincide with her new album release, Melodrama.

Various UK venues, 26th September – 2nd October 2017, tickets from £38.75



Father John Misty

The American singer-songwriter will be setting off on a worldwide tour from September. Catch him in London in November.

Eventim Apollo, London, 7th & 8th November 2017, tickets from £28.75



Fleet Foxes

Seattle-based indie folk rockers take to the stage across the UK this November.

Venues in Manchester, Wolverhampton, London and Southampton, 23rd – 29th November 2017, tickets £38.75




After a six-year break, Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett’s virtual band are back with a glut of new material.

Various UK venues, 27th November – 5th December 2017, tickets from £50.35



Katy Perry

To coincide with the launch of her new album Witness, Katy Perry has announced a series of live shows kicking off in June 2018.

Various UK venues, 14th – 25th June 2018, tickets from £56.80



LCD Sound System

New York electro-rockers are set to play Alexandra Palace in their first headline show in seven years.

Alexandra Palace, London, 22nd & 23rd September 2017, tickets £49.50




London’s two-day danceathon at Victoria Park welcomes Chase & Status, Frank Ocean and Jamie XX, alongside Annie Mac, Rag’n’Bone Man and Andy C.

Victoria Park, Hackney, 14th – 15th July 2017, day tickets £77.25



Queens of the Stone Age

After releasing their first track from upcoming album Villains, the follow-up to 2013’s Like Clockwork, the Californian grunge band has announced a series of UK and Ireland dates kicking off this November.

Various UK venues, 18th – 23rd November 2017, tickets from £39.38




Soft rock legends Toto are back and about to embark on a huge stadium tour to celebrate their fortieth anniversary. Book now for a trip down memory lane.

Various dates from 11th – 18th April 2018 in London, Glasgow, Manchester, Dublin & Belfast, tickets from £62



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