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The 1975
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The 1975 – 02 Arena

Award-winning four-piece The 1975 have made an emphatic return to the stage as their Still...At Their Very Best Tour reaches the UK for a fresh set of shows that sees them at the peak of their powers.
Miles Kane
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Miles Kane – Electric Ballroom, Camden

Miles Kane, a true staple in British indie-rock music. Miles finished his tour in the capital this weekend with two nights at Camden’s Electric Ballroom, selling out the Friday night and near capacity on the Saturday. After supporting Arctic Monkeys in Ireland, the intimate gigs, the hugely popular record store meet and greets, this tour has allowed Miles to showcase his 5th studio album 'One Man Band' (which reached number 5 in the Official UK Album Charts).
Declan McKenna
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Declan McKenna – Trowbridge Civic Centre

What Happened to the Beach, the newest record from Mercury Prize winning singer-songwriter Declan McKenna, has finally arrived in the ears of music lovers worldwide, and to celebrate, its being taken on tour!
Truck Festival - RL
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Truck Festival 2023

Oxford’s finest festival returned last weekend for its 26th edition at Hill Farm to a sold-out crowd of 25,000 revellers! The line-up is always a fine blend of indie, rock and alternative spheres which showcases the best in new and merging music along with established touring bands.
Arctic Monkeys
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Arctic Monkeys – The Ageas Bowl

Tonight saw Arctic Monkeys drive ‘The Car’ tour into town to play The Ageas Bowl in front of a long sold out crowd. The Monkeys have so far travelled across the country taking in their hometown Sheffield and Manchester to name a few. It was a beautiful summers evening tonight with the sun illuminating the cricket ground perfectly.
DMAs
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DMAs – The Brook, Southampton

The Bank Holiday Bonanza saw DMAs arrive at The Brook in Southampton to play the first of their acoustic gigs in support of their latest album ‘How Many Dreams?’
Florence
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Florence + The Machine – Bournemouth International Centre

The lights go down and there is a pure beam of white light that begins to emanate from the the back of the stage, blinding to an extent, before Flo entered to pure adulation and screams from the crowd. Florence moves straight into ‘Heaven Is Here’ a single from the ‘Dance Fever’ album, ‘King’ and ‘Ship To Wreck’ - that’s a pretty fine trio to open a show! 
Gracie Abrams
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Gracie Abrams – The Level Nottingham

Last week, U.K. fans were swept away with dizzying surprise and delight as Gracie Abrams announced an impromptu, limited run of special, intimate acoustic shows in Southampton, London, and Nottingham.