Ticketmaster names ‘New for 2020’ list

Here at Ticketmaster we've announced the ten artists and bands predicted to take the live scene by storm in 2020. Ticketmaster’s ‘New for 2020’ list has been hand-picked by the Artist Services team...

What we’re watching at Eurosonic Noorderslag 2020

January 2020, Ticketmaster International will be descending on ESNS in Groningen in the Netherlands to experience the best new and up-and-coming artists, as well as attending some of the most vital...

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Everything you need to know about Country To Country

Everything you need to know about Country To Country

My love for country music began when I was very young. I still remember being in the car with my mum and asking her to put on my favourite songs including Lynn Anderson - Rose Garden, Billie Jo Spears - Blanket on the Ground, and a whole host of Dolly Parton and Reba...

Gerard Way debuts new songs before Brixton date

Gerard Way debuts new songs before Brixton date

Gerard Way has been treating fans to two new tracks while on tour in Europe this week. The former My Chemical Romance frontman is currently on the road in support of his debut album, Hesitant Alien. At a show in Paris, Way performed the unreleased songs - Don't Try...

The co-headline tours shaping rock music in 2015

The co-headline tours shaping rock music in 2015

Tag-team tours are the trend in rock music right now, with bands like You Me At Six and All Time Low teaming up for some of their biggest shows to date. Thankfully, there’s no such thing as a third wheel here. We round up the co-headline tours we can’t wait to in...

Review: Queen + Adam Lambert, The O2, London

Review: Queen + Adam Lambert, The O2, London

As Queen and Adam Lambert’s arena tour rolled into London this week, we sent our very own Rebecca Lott along to get her fix of iconic rock anthems. Here’s what she thought… The spectacle… “I was really impressed with the show. As a massive Queen fan I was a bit...

Miss Saigon turns up the West End heat until September

Miss Saigon turns up the West End heat until September

Miss Saigon has extended its West End run at the Prince Edward Theatre until 26 September. Hurrah. The Cameron Mackintosh production has been making audiences simultaneously dance in their seats and go a little red-faced since it landed in the theatre last May, but...

The gigs you don’t want to miss in 2015

The gigs you don’t want to miss in 2015

Notepads at the ready, our Blogmaster Flick shares the gigs she can’t wait to see in 2015. Rewind to summer with... Peace Whip out your festival essentials and head on over to a Peace gig. With their upbeat riffs and quirky beats, you’ll fast-forward straight to...