Gig Guide: U.K. tour dates round up for September 1

Welcome to the Gig Guide, our weekly round up of some of the recently announced UK tours and live shows.


Noahfinnce will be on tour in the U.K. in October!



19 – Concorde 2, Brighton

21 – The Grove, Newcastle

22 – Cathouse, Glasgow

24 – The Dome, London

25 – The Globe, Cardiff

26 – O2 Institute 2, Birmingham

28 – Academy Green Room, Dublin

29 – Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast

Teenage Wrist

Teenage Wrist will tour the UK in December



13 – Oslo, London

15 – Factory, Manchester

16 – Bodega, Nottingham

17 – The Hug & Pint, Glasgow

18 – Louisiana, Bristol

Neck Deep

Credit: Elliott Ingham

Neck Deep have announced a huge show  – at London’s historic Alexandra Palace!


March 2024

28 – Alexandra Palace, London


ZAND will tour the UK in October!



21 – AATMA, Manchester
22 – The Garage (Attic Bar), Glasgow
24 – Headrow House, Leeds
25 – The Victoria, Birmingham
26 – Old Church, London
27 – The Moon, Cardiff

The Used

Credit: Anthony Tran

Its been a long five years since The Used last toured the UK but that will be coming to an end!

“Hello UK! Get ready to fucking rock cause The Used are comin’! We absolutely cannot wait to play for you! It’s been far too long and we have missed you so much! You don’t wanna miss out!  See you all there ♡  – Bert McCracken

Support comes from The Home Team and Honey Revenge.



4 – Academy, Manchester

5 – SWG3 Galvanisers, Glasgow

7 – O2 Forum Kentish Town, London

8 – Marble Factory, Bristol

9 – O2 Academy, Birmingham


Credit: Andy Ford

Urne’s first U.K. headline tour will take place in December!

“We are extremely excited to announce our first UK headline tour! This will be the first time we debut a lot of the songs from A Feast On Sorrow, and it is also a chance for us to play some older songs we have never played before.

We have a really exciting tour line-up to announce too, so keep your eyes peeled for that announcement.”

03 – Boom, Leeds
05 – Brickyard, Carlisle
06 – Cathouse, Glasgow
08 – Think Tank, Newcastle
09 – Craufurd Arms, Milton Keynes
10 – Satans Hollow, Manchester
12 – Institute 3, Birmingham
14 – Patterns, Brighton
15 – Exchange, Bristol
16 – Boston Music Rooms, London

The Hunna

Credit: Will Macauley

The Hunna will tour the UK later this year!

Regarding the tour frontman Ryan Potter says, We can’t wait to play parts of the UK that we have either never been to or haven’t been to for a long time on the touring circuit! We love intimate shows and connecting closely with our fans… It’s gonna be blast! See you there x”
25 – Waterfront, Norwich
26 – KK’s Steal Mill, Wolverhampton
27 – Welly Club, Hull
29 – O2 Academy, Leicester
30 – The Junction, Cambridge
31 – Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
2 – The Parish, Huddersfield
3 – Empire, Middlesbrough
4 – Kasbah, Coventry
6 – Cheese & Grain, Frome
7 – Engine Rooms, Southampton
9 – Sub89, Reading
10 – The Foundry, Torquay
12 – MK11, Milton Keynes
13 – O2 Academy, Oxford
14 – The Old Fire Station, Bournemouth

Elizabeth Birt

September 1, 2023

Band management assistant. Goth princess and lover of all things music and sport.


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