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Priority Tickets for Take That, Ariana Grande, Deftones, NBA Global Games, Wilkinson, Tove Lo and Sundara Karma are available this week.
Take That have announced details of a huge London show for next summer. Priority Tickets are available from 9:30am on Wednesday, October 26.
The ‘90s pop band will headline The O2 in June, where they will perform material from their new album ‘Wonderland’.
The record, which will be the group’s eighth studio LP, will be released on March 17 2017.
The Wonderland Live tour will see Take That perform as a trio comprised of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen. Original member Jason Orange quit in 2014.
Take That will play:
London, The O2 (June 17)
Ariana Grande has announced details of a massive UK 2017 tour. Priority Tickets are available from 9am on Wednesday, October 26.
The ‘Into You’ and ‘Let Me Love You’ star will be hitting the road next year in support of her critically-acclaimed huge third album ‘Dangerous Woman’.
The record follows 2014’s ‘My Everything’ and features guests such as Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Macy Gray and Future.
It topped the charts in 12 countries including the UK and charted at Number Two on the US Billboard 200 chart.
Grande’s tour will call at Birmingham, Dublin, Manchester and London, as well as arenas across mainland Europe.
Ariana Grande will play the following UK dates:
Birmingham, Genting Arena (May 18)
Dublin, 3Arena (May 20)
Manchester, Arena (May 22)
London, The O2 (May 25)
Leeds, O2 Academy (February 21)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (February 22)
Aberdeen, GE Oil & Gas Arena (February 24)
Edinburgh, Usher Hall (February 25)
Glasgow, O2 Academy (February 26)
NBA Global Games will return to London in January 2017. Priority Tickets are available from 9am on Wednesday, October 26.
The event will see the Denver Nuggets take on the Indiana Pacers as NBA Regular Season Basketball makes it’s way back to the capital for this one-off game.
The match is part of the initiative that sees NBA teams play outside of the USA and Canada. Previous matches have also taken place in Berlin, Rome, Monterrey and Beijing, among other cities.
Last year the New York Knicks were defeated by the Milwaukee Bucks at The O2, while Toronto Raptors narrowly beat Orlando Magic in January 2016.
NBA Global Games London will take place at:
London, The O2 (January 12)
Deftones have announced their return to these shores with UK and European tour dates for 2017. Priority Tickets are available from 9am on Wednesday, October 26.
After storming Download Festival and playing a huge headline show at Wembley Arena, the band return on their ‘Gore’ tour in May 2017. The tour will call at London, Manchester and Glasgow.
Speaking to NME about the band’s future earlier this year, frontman Chino Moreno said: “I certainly wouldn’t want to carry on forever.
“The fact we’re still out there making music is far beyond what I could have imagined when we started out, but to imagine doing it for another 20 or 30 years? I’m not sure about that!”
This summer saw Deftones’ world tour call at Sonar Iceland, where Moreno made history by performing for a select group of fans inside a volcano.
The event was part of the Secret Solstice Festival and took place in the Thrihnuagigur volcano. Twenty fans watched Moreno play 400 feet beneath the surface, inside the dormant magma chamber.
Deftones will play:
London, Alexandra Palace (May 5)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (May 6)
Glasgow, SECC (May 7)
Wilkinson will play four shows in early 2017. Priority Tickets are available from 9am on Wednesday, October 26.
The London DJ and producer has released records on Hospital Records and Ram Records. He won Best Single, Best Album, Best Video, Best Producer and Best Live Act at the National Drum And Bass Awards in 2014.
He is known for remixes of the likes of Ed Sheeran, Chase & Status, Laura Mvula, Katy B and more, as well as his own tracks like ‘Need To Know’ and ‘Hopelessly Coping’.
Wilkinson will play:
Newcastle, O2 Academy (February 9)
Manchester, O2 Ritz (February 10)
Bristol, O2 Academy (February 16)
Bournemouth, O2 Academy (February 17)
Tove Lo has announced a pair of dates for next spring. Priority Tickets are available from 10am on Wednesday, October 26.
The Swedish singer released her debut album ‘Queen Of Clouds’ in 2014, charting in the Top 20 in both the UK and the US. She then went on to co-write with songs for The Saturdays, Zara Larsson and Hillary Duff. She also co-wrote ‘Love Me Like You Do’ for Ellie Goulding.
Lo’s second album ‘Lady Wood’ is due for release on Friday (October 28) and she will hit the road to promote it in March.
Tove Lo will play:
Manchester, O2 Ritz (March 15)
London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire (March 17)
Sundara Karma have confirmed details of an extensive UK tour for 2017. Priority Tickets are available from 9am on Wednesday, October 26.
The Reading quartet are due to release their debut album ‘Youth Is Only Ever Fun In Retrospect’ on January 6 and will tour the country the following month.
The dates will conclude on February 24 with the band’s biggest headline show to date, which will take place at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.
Sundara Karma will play:
Birmingham, The Rainbow (February 11)
Liverpool, O2 Academy (February 12)
Sheffield, Leadmill (February 13)
Newcastle, Northumbria Uni (February 15)
Manchester, Albert Hall (February 16)
Glasgow, The Garage (February 17)
Leeds, University (February 18)
Reading, 3 Sixty (February 19)
Leicester, O2 Academy (February 20)
Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms (February 22)
Cardiff, University (February 23)
London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire (February 24)
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