Music What’s On
Utilita Arena Newcastle: Jan 3rd 2021
O2 Academy Newcastle: Jan 9th 2021
Touring their seventh studio album, Glamour & Gloom, modern-metal band Tenside have given heavy metal an upgrade that isn’t your typical metalcore album. They’ve kicked it hard and sculpted their own distinctive sound that from now on, will always be recognised as Tenside.
Nirvana UK (Tribute)
O2 Academy Newcastle: Jan 16th 2021
One of the world’s premier tribute bands to Nirvana, who strive to be as close to the real deal as possible. From the sound to the style, their live sets cover a whole spectrum of Nirvana’s back catalogue and deliver the ultimate 90s throwback.
The Georgian Theatre: Jan 16th 2021
Take everything you think you know about singer songwriters….and rip it up. For one man and a guitar Martyn Joseph creates a performance with a huge far-reaching sound that is energetic, compelling and passionate. He is gifted with the rare ability to speak to the soul with his expressive and poignant lyrics and has a career spanning 30 years, 32 albums, over a half a million record sales and thousands of live performances.
The Bowie Collective
O2 City Hall: Jan 24th 2021
Taking you on a two-hour journey through the mind of rock and roll icon, David Bowie, playing his biggest hits alongside stunning visuals.
O2 City Hall: Jan 28th 2021
Celebrating the atmosphere and energy of an evening in the home of country music. Prepare be taken back through the history of country music, featuring songs from Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton and many, many more.
Calling Planet Earth: 80s Show
O2 City Hall: Jan 30th 2021
A new romantic symphony that will go on a journey through one of the greatest musical eras of all time – The Electrifying 80s! Featuring songs from now legendary artists such as Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet and The Human League, this night will see the songs performed by an incredible live band with awesome symphonic arrangements throughout.
Sleeper + The Bluetones
O2 Academy Newcastle: Feb 5th 2021
90’s Britpop legends, Sleeper and The Bluetones, are heading out on a co-headline tour, which will see them both perform their debut albums in full. Sleeper will play a special 25th anniversary set of Smart, whilst The Bluetones will treat fans to the double platinum Expecting To Fly, with a greatest hits set from each group to follow.
Utilita Arena Newcastle: Feb 6th 2021
Having returned with the emotive, stadium-bound first single ‘The Last Time’, ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’ is the sound of The Script focusing on the inclusive, uplifting songwriting that helped them become an arena-filling band with a fervent fan base the world over. With special guest Becky Hill.
The Georgian Theatre: Feb 6th 2021
The Greatest hits of 10cc and ELO. Remember these? Dreadlock Holiday, Mr Blue Sky, I’m Mandy Fly me, Livin’ Thing, Evil Woman, The Things We Do for Love, Wild West Hero, Life is a Minestrone, Art for Art’s Sake, Turn To Stone, I’m not in Love, Roll Over Beethoven, Rubber Bullets… Just a few among the many massive hits that make up the timeless repertoire of 10CC and The Electric Light Orchestra. 10CCLO don’t dress up or put on wigs to look like the original artists, they do however bring the musical quality of both bands to life with hit after hit, fantastic video visuals and a good bit of banter thrown in for good measure.
Arc: Feb 12th 2021
Starting out as the band behind Ian Dury, the Blockheads are a legendary outfit that has grown in stature from the early days of the Stiff tour in 1977, right up to the present day.
Goldie Lookin Chain
O2 Academy Newcastle: Feb 12th 2021
Coming straight out of Newport, Goldie Lookin’ Chain are one of Britain’s biggest rap groups with 18 albums to their name and an army of hits, including ‘Guns Don't Kill People, Rappers Do’. Following their world tour of wales, the boys are getting back in the van and hitting the rest of the UK to continue celebrating the 15th anniversary of their Greatest Hits album.
The Georgian Theatre: Feb 18th 2021
The Meteors are an English psychobilly band formed in 1980. Originally from London, England, they are often credited with giving the psychobilly subgenre—which fuses punk rock with rockabilly—its distinctive sound and style. Though the origins of psychobilly are debated, The Meteors are the first band to self-identify as psychobilly, and are often credited with the distinction of being the only "pure" psychobilly band among fans of the subgenre.