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Glasgow shows to look forward to this Spring

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Glasgow shows to look forward to this Spring


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CAITY BASER
3-Apr-24 O2 Academy

Caity Baser is one of the UKs fastest-rising, unique and in-demand pop acts of today. She is a BRIT nominated singer, songwriter, and pop provocateur with an endearing, larger-than-life personality which has helped forge her huge legion of die-hard fans in such a short space of time. Only 12 months ago Caity was playing in front of 100 people a night and now the highly-acclaimed rising star has announced her biggest tour to date: the Still Learning tour, where Baser will perform eleven shows across the UK in support of her recently released mixtape of the same name. NME has dubbed her "pops wittiest new songwriter" and Rolling Stone UK hailed her "Gen Zs new favourite pop star".

WITCH FEVER
7-Apr-24 SWG3 Warehouse

Known for their riff-heavy, lyrically furious music that consistently bursts out of the confines of one genre, Witch Fever have announced a tour supporting Cassyette alongside Harpy across the UK and Europe this April. Witch Fevers first full-length project, Congregation, oversaw a paradigmatic shift in music and culture, with its boundaryless punk and earth-shattering doom ushering in a new era of heavy music that is accessible, confrontational, and most importantly socially conscious. Since its release via Music For Nations / Sony last year, the Manchester four-piece have continued in their defiant refusal to be confined by gender or genre in their music, whilst also ensuring a positive impact on the communities they inhabit and support.

THE WARNING
23-Apr-24 The Garage

The alternative sister-trio from Monterrey, Mexico, The Warning, are set to proudly release their new full-length album, Keep Me Fed this June. The Warning are as hungry as ever on Keep Me Fed, and theyre about to sink their teeth into 2024. This spring they are embarking on tour marking the bands return to Europe after their own 2023 run of beyond sold out headline EU & UK dates in addition to their monumental run supporting MUSE & Royal Blood on their stadium tours. The Warning have logged thousands of miles on the road, generated hundreds of millions of streams, and left countless fans in awe. All of this work and dedication has shaped and sharpened their sound with knifepoint precision, arming alternative anthems with universally catchy hooks and an uncompromising hard rock kick.

OLIVIA DEAN
25-April-24 SWG3

Olivia Dean is one of the UKs brightest rising stars and one of 2024s standout musicians, beloved for her diverse musicality, endearing down-to-earth lyrics and magnetic, feel-good live performances. This summer Dean released her long-awaited debut album Messy, which was shortlisted as a Mercury Prize Album of the Year and charted at #4 in the UKs Official Album Chart. This spring she will be embarking on her sold out The Messy tour which will see her headline the biggest venues of her career across the UK and Europe and is due to play major festival spots all over the world in 2024. Olivia is a longlisted artist on BBC Radio 1s Sound of 2024 poll, and Dean has been named BBC Introducing Artist of The Year, following the likes of Nia Archives, Self Esteem, Arlo Parks, Celeste and more.

PALOMA FAITH
30-Apr-24 SEC Armadillo

In the midst of a career defining chapter, British superstar Paloma Faith has recently released her 6th studio album The Glorification of Sadness. To celebrate this next era in style, Paloma is embarking on the The Glorification Of Sadness Tour 2024 tour across UK & Ireland. She heralded the album with hit songs How You Leave A Man and Bad Woman, and her new music has ALL the makings of a new era of Paloma. Its confident. Its cinematic. Its empowering. Its compelling from beginning to end, all powered by the kind of anthems that transformed her into an icon. This is a new Paloma Faith, recharged, empowered and back in control.


MAY

FLETCHER
3-May-24 O2 Academy

Acclaimed singer songwriter FLETCHER shared her second album In Search Of The Antidote this March, an album that sees FLETCHER exploring such complex themes as identity, insecurity, ego, and self-fulfillment with distinct production and powerful vocal delivery. As the follow-up to her critically-lauded debut album Girl Of My Dreams — a 2022 LP that entered the Billboard 200 at No. 15 — In Search Of The Antidote delves deeper into the ultra-vivid storytelling and unfiltered introspection that have long defined FLETCHERs boundary-pushing brand of pop. Since her debut, FLETCHER has sold nearly 200,000 tickets worldwide with her headline tours across North America, Australia and Europe. This spring, shell kick off her much-anticipated runs in Europe, UK and Australia.

OLIVIA RODRIGO
7-May-24 OVO Hydro
8-May-24 OVO Hydro

One of the most highly awaited albums of the year, GUTS arrived September 8 via Geffen Records as the follow-up to Rodrigos 4x Platinum 2021 full-length debut SOUR. The album features her No. 1 hit vampire and track get him back!. She has received seven GRAMMY Award nominations - including nods in each of the Big Four categories - and has taken home awards for Best New Artist, Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance at the 64th GRAMMY Awards. Following the incredible success of her 2022 debut tour The SOUR Tour, the GUTS world tour will be Olivias first arena tour, taking her to iconic venues around the world including The O2.

BIG SPECIAL
10-May-24 King Tuts

The Black Country duo BIG SPECIAL are set for a run of shows ahead of their highly-anticipated debut album POSTINDUSTRIAL HOMETOWN BLUES releasing the 10th May via SO Recordings. For BIG SPECIAL - Joe Hicklin (vocals) and Callum Moloney (drums) - their sound is one that comes from vital, frustrated young working-class voices that dont always get heard on the scale they should do. Its a frustration that comes to the fore through a voice that is at times coarse and raw, but sensitive, desperate and soulful at others. Their first new music of the year has arrived in the wake of a sold-out winter UK headline tour, multiple playlisted singles on BBC 6 Music, and their presence as a hotly-tipped prospect for 2024 in a number of Ones To Watch lists.

BELLAH MAE
12-May-24 G2 The Garage

Singular pop storyteller and lyricist Bellah Mae is kicking off her Never Waste A Heartbreak Tour this May, a new string of shows arriving after last years sold-out tour that will see Bellah perform new songs from her upcoming second EP Never Waste A Heartbreak out May 3rd. The EPs latest singles including track 2053 sees Bellah Mae reaching further depths of her Sad Girl Era. Always seeking new narratives to help conceptualise her songwriting, the fast-rising popstar finds this approach is a way in which she can connect the dots to unveil her most emotive side. Bellah Mae will also be supporting Caity Baser on her Still Learning Tour across the UK, and has her sights set on making 2024 her biggest year yet!

GREY DAZE
15-May-24 Cathouse

Grey Daze announce their first ever UK tour in memory of their original vocalist and founding member Chester Bennington. Emerging from the tragedy of Chesters death, the remaining members of Grey Daze who had already begun working with Chester on a new album, unearthed original recordings of Chesters unmistakeable vocals. After much deliberation, they were inspired to finish the work so it could be celebrated for years to come. Apprehensive of filling Chesters shoes, Grey Daze recruited LA-based emerging rock singer Cris Hodges to front the band, which has cemented the current four-piece, where Hodges uses his own immense vocal talent to pay tribute to Chesters unique and unforgettable legacy in Grey Daze and ensure that fans will get to enjoy these now-unhidden gems.

JUNE

ONLY THE POETS
10-Jun-24 Saint Lukes

Only The Poets, comprising of Tommy Longhurst, bassist Andy "Roo" Burge, guitarist Clem Cherry and drummer Marcus Yates, have established themselves in just a few short years as one of the UKs biggest emerging live acts. Unsigned until the beginning of 2023, the bands DIY ethos saw them build things from the ground up, from playing student house parties, pub circuits and small venues to selling out 1,600-capacity venues in the UK and across Europe last year. Their latest single One More Night follows a stellar year for the Reading band, having played to 20,000 people across 50 shows in 10 different countries, while racking up 10 million streams just on Spotify and 150k Shazams worldwide, as well as selling out their UK headline tour.


JONAS BROTHERS
16-Jun-24 OVO Hydro

Standing out as one of the most successful groups of the 21st century, New Jersey-born brothers - Nick Jonas, Joe Jonas, and Kevin Jonas - have sold north of 20 million albums and counting, garnered two GRAMMY Award nominations, earned 25 Billboard Hot 100 hits, logged three consecutive #1 debuts on the Billboard 200, and generated billions of streams. Following arguably the comeback of the decade and the biggest season of their career with 2019s Happiness Begins and its ensuing tour, Jonas Brothers swung for the fences on their 2023 full-length LP, The Album. The GRAMMY Award-nominated powerhouse trio crafted skyscraping anthems with widescreen scope, wild personality, and palpable intimacy, and are set to take this album on tour this summer.


BRIAN BUTTERFIELD: CALL OF NOW TOUR
25-Jun-24 Pavilion Theatre

Initially making his debut to the world through a series of short sketch-based advertisements on BBC Twos cult classic, the Bafta nominated The Peter Serafinowicz Show, Brian Butterfield accidentally charmed viewers with his forever flawed, down-on-his-luck business ideas. Brian Butterfield now makes his live stage debut, imparting all of his business knowledge from his decades spent within the business world working as everything from Lord Mayors Croupier to Circus Horse Dentist. Brian believes that every failure is just an opportunity to learn a new lesson. His popularity has grown considerably since, with clips being widely circulated to this day, notching up millions of views online.


THE KILLERS
25-Jun-24 OVO Hydro
26-Jun-24 OVO Hydro
27-Jun-24 OVO Hydro

The Killers are embarking on The Rebel Diamonds Tour to celebrate the bands 20 years of hits in a series of arena shows. The new dates are the first time The Killers have played arena shows in the UK since 2017s Wonderful Wonderful tour, and follow the bands most recent stadium tour, which saw them play to 400,000 fans at sold out shows across the UK. Rebel Diamonds is an album of highlights featuring 20 tracks, including the modern day classics "Mr. Brightside," "When You Were Young," and more, through to the bands most recently released, critically-lauded single, "Your Side of Town," and new anthem, "Spirit". Rebel Diamonds is a curated dive into an impressive catalogue of songwriting and musicianship - one that has solidified the band as one of the most important voices in rock n roll over the last two decades.

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