The TicketWeb Easter Guide

It’s Easter this weekend! You know what that means… 4 DAYS OFF WORK THANK YOU JESUS. (Unless you work in retail, sorry don’t be cross at us) To help you make the most of your time off and resurrect your social life, here’s a round-up of events going on up-and-down the country that we think you’d be hopping mad to miss…  


Glasgow, on Friday night, Timmy Trumpet brings the party to O2 ABC, whilst those who are looking for something a bit more pop, Charlotte Church is bringing her Late Night Pop Dungeon to Oran Mor. It’s silly amounts of fun. 

If indie is more your thing, The Charlatans frontman Tim Burgess will be spinning tunes at The Record Factory in Glasgow on Saturday night, and if you want to catch a band that are going places, Irish indie rockers The Academic play Tunnels in Aberdeen on Thursday. 


Newcastle. If you want to dance all night long, Digital Mondays are having a Good Friday Special. Up-and-coming indie rockers King No-One play Studio2 in Liverpool on Friday night and for those who prefer something more electronic, Circus is taking over Liverpool Arts Club on Saturday with a killer line-up. For something heavy, check out metallers Bury Tomorrow in Manchester on Saturday night. 


Hip-hop heads, Kid Ink is playing O2 Academy Birmingham on Friday night and Cardi B is playing O2 Institute the night after. On Saturday night, The Rainbow Lounge will be hosting 15 Years Of Critical with a huge night of drum and bass. In Nottingham and like indie rock? Then Bodega Social Club has two shows that are up your street! Catch Freeze The Atlantic on Friday night and Lois on Saturday.  


If you’re into hip-hop, English rapper Giggs is playing O2 Academy Bristol on Saturday night. Want to make the most of your lie in on Monday? Kisstory is bringing the anthems for a huge bank holiday special at SWX, Bristol. Tame Impala bassist Cameron Avery brings his new solo project to BLEACH, Brighton on Saturday. 


Calling all fans of UK Garage! UK Garage Fest is taking over the Coronet on Friday night. If skanking is your thing, the London International Ska festival takes place all across town over the whole weekend. Want to rap along to all your fave hip-hop tracks? Hip Hop Karaoke is taking over Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen on Sunday night. If you want to party until the sun comes up, Ministry of Sound are hosting Ummet Ozcan on Friday night. Fancy some live music? The awesome The Age Of L.U.N.A are playing Burst @ KOKO on Friday night. 



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