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Biffy Clyro / February 5 date mini Tour

 
By on Tuesday, 15th January 2008 at 9:29 pm
 

Biffy ClyroBiffy Clyro have announced a string of UK dates in the north of the country and Scotland in the first full week of February. The five dates in five nights are all on sale now from the usual ticketing agencies, and soon to be eBay as well I’m sure.

Monday 4th February – Inverness Ironworks
Tuesday 5th February – Hull University
Wednesday 6th February – Preston 53 Degrees
Thursday 7th February – Leicester University
Friday 8th February – Liverpool Academy

 

Mencap gigs announced (UPDATED)

 
By on Thursday, 25th October 2007 at 4:44 pm
 

Looking for the 2008 Mencap Gigs? Click here. This page is about 2007’s Mencap Gigs!

Updates: I’ve just added the 20th November gig and the 26th November gigs, thanks to a comment from Kathryn below. This was originally posted on 4th October.

Little Noise LogoThe brilliant Mencap have announced this year’s “Little Noise Sessions”, a series of intimate, acoustic gigs, which will take place from Tuesday 20th November to Wednesday 28 November 2007, at Islington’s Union Chapel in London. They’ll be hosted by Radio 1 DJ Jo Whiley.

To get tickets you’ll have to register here to get tickets when they go on sale. Ticket registration opens on Tuesday 2 October and closes at 12.00 Friday 19 October. Those who have registered can then buy tickets online on a first-come-first-served basis from 9am on Monday 22 October. Tickets are £35 each.

The gigs will raise money for Mencap’s Arts Awards scheme which enables children and young people with a learning disability to take part in local arts projects.

Tuesday 20th November – Secret Headliner, Jack Penate, Laura Marling, Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong
Wednesday 21st November – Athlete and The Hoosiers
Thursday 22nd November – Will Young, Newton Faulkner and Adele
Friday 23rd November – Biffy Clyro, We Are Scientists and Young Knives
Saturday 24th November – The Pigeon Detectives and The Metros
Sunday 25th November – Snow Patrol and Cajun Dance Party
Monday 26th November – Kate Nash, Robyn, The Ting Tings
Tuesday 27th November – The Enemy + Special Guests
Wednesday 28th November – Keane, Rilo Kiley + Scouting For Girls

 

Ticket alert: Biffy Clyro

 
By on Wednesday, 13th June 2007 at 1:42 pm
 

Biffy ClyroEveryone’s favourite rockers Biffy Clyro are off on their biggest tour to date in November, stopping just about everywhere it seems. Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday morning. They’re playing:

Tuesday 6 November Dundee Fat Sams Live
Wednesday 7 November Glasgow Barrowland
Thursday 8 November Glasgow Barrowland
Friday 9 November Edinburgh Corn Exchange
Sunday 11 November Newcastle Academy
Monday 12 November Manchester Academy
Tuesday 13 November Birmingham Academy
Wednesday 14 November Nottingham Rock City
Thursday 15 November Sheffield Octagon
Saturday 17 November Cardiff University
Sunday 18 November Bristol Academy
Tuesday 20 November Southampton Guildhall
Wednesday 21 November London Brixton Academy
Thursday 22 November Norwich UEA

 

Muse at Wembley

 
By on Monday, 21st May 2007 at 5:18 pm
 

The new Wembley StadiumMuse announced earlier today their support slots for their two massive dates at Wembley Stadium on Saturday and Sunday 16th and 17th June.

On the Saturday they’ll be joined by The Streets and Rodrigo Y Gabriela, and on the Sunday they’ll be joined by Biffy Clyro and My Chemical Romance.

I’m going on the Saturday, and am decidedly peeved so far at the lineup. Granted, they are (reportedly) going to be announcing some extras in the support stakes, however at the moment, well, the Streets? its MUSE not bloody Red Hot Chili Peppers we’re supporting here. There are strong rumours of We Are Scientists doing the extra support on Saturday, which will make me happy, but at the moment I’m seriously considering turning up at 8pm (we have seats) so we don’t have to witness Rodrigo Y Gabriela hash it up in front of like 70,000 people. Will we even be able to hear them? They’re hardly a “Rock” act from what I’ve seen of them…

This doesn’t make me very happy. Oh well.

 
 
 

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