DRAKE, THE WILDHEARTS, BLACK SABBATH -THE WINNING TOURS OF WINTER 2016

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Drake

US Rap sensation Drake returns to Manchester Arena as part of his “Boy Meets World” tour. Playing two shows at Manchester Arena, Drake is expected to wow crowds as he fires out some of his biggest hits from the past 16 years. A Grammy-award winning, platinum selling artist (as well as the first to break 1 billion streams on Apple Music), demand for Drake couldn’t be any higher right now – book tickets soon to avoid disappointment!

Where? Manchester Arena

When? Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th

February

How Much? From £55


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The Wildhearts

The UK’s premier Punk N Roll misfits return for a winter tour of the UK. Bringing along your singing voice as support comes from manic sing-along Power-Pop posse Hey!Hello! and The Main Grains, the new Rock N Roll act from original Wildhearts bassist Danny McCormack. Expect plenty of spilled drinks, sore voices and massive smiles by the end of the evening in an end-of-year party that will see 2016 out with a blast.

Where? The O2 Ritz

When? Sunday 18th December

How Much? £23


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Dillinger Escape Plan

Pioneers of the Mathcore scene, Dillinger Escape Plan are revered as one of the genre’s finest bands. Announcing in 2016 that the album Dissociation would be their last, and that they would break-up the following year (the band’s 20th), the January UK tour is set to be the last time that UK fans will ever get to see the act. Expect out-of-the-box riffs, insane breakdowns and energetic performances aplenty when the band land in Manchester.

Where? Academy 2

When? Friday 20th January

How Much? Sold Out!


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Biffy Clyro

The hottest Scottish export since Scotch Broth, Biffy Clyro have hosted a chart invasion since the release of their debut album Blackened Skies in 2002. Far from their humble beginnings, the band now wow thousands every night with their brand of ultra radio-friendly Rock. The band’s latest album Ellipsis entered the UK Albums Chart at Number 1, the band’s second after 2013’s Opposites. Support comes from Brand New.

Where? Manchester Arena

When? Saturday 3rd December

How Much? £33.04

 

Rich Hobson

Editor-At-Large

Head writer @ In The City Magazine, obsessive music, film and events fanatic.

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