Gig tickets for Manics, McBusted, Bombay Bicycle Club, Katy B and Jurassic 5 go on sale tomorrow

There’s a veritable feast of gig tickets going on sale tomorrow, and we’ve got you covered to make sure you beat the rush and get the tickets you’re looking for.

First up, tickets for Manic Street Preachers‘ UK tour go on sale at 9:30am tomorrow (Friday 15 November). They’re playing 10 dates in March and April starting off a Leeds First Direct Arena on 28 March and finishing at Brixton O2 Academy on 11 April. In between they have dates scheduled for Cardiff (Motorpoint Arena – 29 March), Leicester (De Montfort Hall – 31 March), Manchester (O2 Apollo – 1 April), Edinburgh (Corn Exchange – 3 April), Glasgow (Barrowland – 4 April), Wolverhampton (Civic Hall – 6 April), Bournemouth (O2 Academy – 8 April) and Brighton (Brighton Centre – 9 April).

Here’s the link to buy tickets for the Manic Street Preachers UK tour from Ticketmaster.

The big news in music this week was undoubtedly the supergroup of McFly and Busted – McBusted. They’ve got lots of dates scheduled across the UK in April 2014. Tickets for McBusted go on sale at 9am tomorrow – here’s the Ticketmaster link for McBusted.

Also on sale at 9am are tickets for Bombay Bicycle Club‘s recently announced UK tour in March 2014 – they’re first headline tour for two years! The tour is scheduled to coincide with the release of North London band’s as-yet-untitled fourth album – so is a must for BBC fans. Here’s the link to buy tickets from Ticketmaster.

Katy B is also on tour in March, with five dated booked in Brighton, London, Oxford, Birmingham and Manchester. Get tickets from Ticketmaster here.

Last but definitely not least is legendary hip-hop group Jurassic 5, who are playing four UK gigs in June 2014 – Manchester, London, Nottingham and Bristol. They’re all at O2 Academy’s (expect for the Nottingham one – that’s at Rock City), which are quite small venues for Jurassic 5 so tickets will go like hot cakes – here’s the link for Ticketmaster, make sure you’re there and ready to buy at 9am tomorrow!

Post Author: Luke Glassford

All-Noise was founded in 2010 with just one simple aim – to highlight and celebrate ‘proper music’, made by real people with real musical inspirations.