Gig Guide: Tour date round up for February 9

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Pillow Queens

Credit: Martyna Bannister

Pillow Queens will be on tour across the U.K. in June to celebrate the release of third album Name Your Sorrow (April 19 through Royal Mountain Records).


June 2024

05 – Leeds, Wardrobe
06 – Bristol, The Fleece
07 – London, Brixton Electric
08 – Manchester, YES (Pink Room)
10 – Newcastle, Cluny
11 – Glasgow, Saint Luke’s

July 2024
13 – Dublin, Iveagh Gardens

The Cheap Thrills

The Cheap Thrills have some UK dates announced for the early part of this year!


February 2024

9 – Glasgow, Nice ‘N Sleazy
10 – Edinburgh, Legends
March 2024
2 – Liverpool, Content
23 – London, Stag’s Head Hoxton

The Menstrual Cramps

Credit: Dory Valentine

The Menstrual Cramps have a number of UK shows lined up already!
February 2024
22 – London, Rough Trade East (w/ Shooting Daggers)
March 2024
9 – London, Birds Nest
10 – Brighton, Prince Albert
15 – Bristol, The Golden Lion (w/ Grade 2)
29-31 – Manchester Punk Festival
April 2024
13 – Bristol, Ill Repute (Outer Town Festival)
20 – Stamford, The Scary Clown Presents a Punk Rock BBQ
June 2024
1 – Glastonwick
July 2024
10-13 – 2000 Trees Festival

Drunk Mums

Drunk Mums have announced some UK shows as part of their wider European tour!
March 2024
29 – Bristol, The Lanes
30 – London, The Trinity
31 – Bantham, Outside
April 2024
1 – Manchester, Big Hands
2 – Brighton, TBA

Wednesday 13

Credit: Stephen Jensen at F3 Studios

Wednesday 13 will be back in the UK and Ireland later this year for a special tour celebrating 20 years of Murderdolls!

Wednesday said: “After 21 years since its release, and the recent sad and premature passing of JOEY, it only feels right to go out and celebrate these songs. We made two amazing albums that I was very proud of, and unfortunately much of the world didn’t get a chance to hear the songs live. In 2018, we all got together at JOEY’s house and discussed ideas and possibilities for the future, but we both had other immediate plans. 

“After an amazing run through the US performing these songs, we will now take the tour where the band began, in the UK and Europe this October/November. We will be performing tracks from both MURDERDOLLS albums and celebrating the legacy of the band. Joining us on a handful of dates in the UK will be Sweden’s rock n’ roll saviours, Hardcore Superstar, and we will join them as support throughout dates across Europe.. We can’t wait to bring this tour to the UK and Europe later this year.”

Dates (* denotes where Hardcore Superstar will be supporting):

October 2024

24 – Newcastle, Riverside

25 – Glasgow, Slay

26 – Belfast, Limelight 2

27 – Dublin, Opium

29 – Chester, Live Rooms

31 – Manchester, Club Academy

November 2024

01 – Bradford, Nightrain

02 – Bristol, Thekla

03 – Wolverhampton, KK’S Steel Mill

05 – Southampton, Engine Rooms

07 – Great Yarmouth, Hard Rock Hell

08 – Nottingham, Rock City *

09 – London, Electric Ballroom *

10 – Northampton Roadmender *

Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard

Credit: Charlie Harris

Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard has a run of tour dates in the UK throughout March after their appearance at Swansea Arena House Party later this month!


February 2024
24 – Swansea, Swansea Arena House Party

March 2024
01 – Oxford, Jericho Tavern
03 – Exeter, The Cavern
04 – Falmouth, Cornish Bank
06 – Norwich, Voodoo Daddy’s
07 – Chelmsford, Hot Box
08 – Ipswich, The Smokehouse
10 – Tunbridge Wells, Forum
12 – Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms
13 – St Albans, The Horn
14 – Ramsgate, Music Hall
16 – Peterborough, Met Lounge
17 – Birmingham, Hare & Hounds
18 – Hull, Adelphi Club
20 – Stockton, Ku Bar
21 – Sunderland, Independent
22 – Edinburgh, Voodoo Rooms
24 – Grimsby, Docks Academy
25 – York, The Fulford Arms
26 – Clitheroe, The Swan & Royal
27 – Frome, The Tree House

G Flip

Credit: Nazrin Massaro

G Flip will be back in the UK later this year! The announcement came after a run of dates in the UK in January.

They said:  “I’ve had the best time in the UK this week so I’m COMING BACK!! Thank you for all the support you’ve given me on the other side of the world. It surprised the shit outta me! You’re all so lovely. I’m going to come back as much as I can, starting with this tour! See you soon.”


September 2024

2 – Brighton, Chalk

3 – London, Shepherd’s Bush Empire

5 – Bristol, SWX

6 – Birmingham, O2 Institute

7– Manchester, Gorilla

8 – Glasgow, SWG3 Warehouse

I Don’t Know How But They Found Me (IDKHOW)

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IDKHOW will be in the UK later this year!

Dallon Weekes said: “It’s been far too long since I’ve had the pleasure of performing in the UK and the rest of Europe. The fans there are incredible, and I can’t wait to see them all again. It’s going to be wonderful!”


June 2024

28 – Bristol, SWX
29 – Manchester, O2 Ritz
30 – Glasgow, SWG3

July 2024
02 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
03 – London, Shepherd’s Bush Empire


INDEVTH have announced some special shows to celebrate the release of their Drowning EP (April 15).


April 2024

18 – London, The Black Heart

19 – Southampton, Heartbreakers

Bury Tomorrow

Credit: Nic Bezzinae

Bury Tomorrow have only recently finished a tour across the UK in support of latest album The Seventh Sun, but they have announced another small run for later this year!

The band said: “After the success of our sold out tour this January in support of our latest album ‘The Seventh Sun’, we are very excited to be able to announce three more special shows in Glasgow, Manchester and London this November. These shows will be the biggest production we have ever done, and we can’t wait to share these special occasions with you all! Thank you as always for your unwavering support.”


November 2024

22: Glasgow, Barrowlands Ballroom

23: Manchester, Academy

24: London, Roundhouse

Sleep Token

Sleep Token have announced a huge tour for November, playing arenas across the UK.

Tickets are on sale today and will go quickly!


November 2024

25 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro

26 – Manchester, Co-op Live

28 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena

29 – London, O2 Arena

30 – Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena

Elizabeth Birt

February 9, 2024

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