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Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings
Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings
Collection by Eventbrite
Satisfy your lust for live music here. Every month, we'll stack this collection with unmissable gigs and concerts, from chart-toppers to up-and-coming talent, so you won't miss a thing.
Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings

Toro Y Moi

  • Four artists celebrate the work of the late John Martyn, including the frontwoman of Vaults, Blythe Pepino, and Kelis collaborator Pete Josef. This supergroup will make for a properly super night.
  • The ex-Incognito singer plays two nights at South London’s Hideaway, showcasing his brand of soul. He’s got a load of mega artist fans, from Jools Holland to Giles Peterson.
  • Hopping on the Cadillac wagon of post Once Upon a Time In Hollywood Tarantino hype, XOYO are putting on a night to celebrate the director. Expect some hip-swinging Travolta style.
  • We couldn’t resist. Remember that summer of 2015 when ‘Trap Queen’, ‘My Way’, ‘679’ ruled the airwaves? It may be long gone, but you can relive it by seeing the Atlanta rap live in the Big Smoke.
  • Linking with your pals at Break the Chain is a cracking idea. Firstly, it’s got a stacked line-up, featuring a special Wolf Alice acoustic set. Secondly, you’re helping an ace cause.
  • Ufomammut have now been together for two decades, playing a ear-bleedingly exciting form of doom metal. It’s worth getting your ear-protectors out and fists in the air.
  • Backed by sparse guitar licks and percussive touches, Dizraeli dazzles with a combination of bluesy vocals and Jamie T bars. He’s been killing it on the UK underground for years.
  • Four artists celebrate the work of the late John Martyn, including the frontwoman of Vaults, Blythe Pepino, and Kelis collaborator Pete Josef. This supergroup will make for a properly super night.
  • The ex-Incognito singer plays two nights at South London’s Hideaway, showcasing his brand of soul. He’s got a load of mega artist fans, from Jools Holland to Giles Peterson.
  • Hopping on the Cadillac wagon of post Once Upon a Time In Hollywood Tarantino hype, XOYO are putting on a night to celebrate the director. Expect some hip-swinging Travolta style.
  • We couldn’t resist. Remember that summer of 2015 when ‘Trap Queen’, ‘My Way’, ‘679’ ruled the airwaves? It may be long gone, but you can relive it by seeing the Atlanta rap live in the Big Smoke.
  • Linking with your pals at Break the Chain is a cracking idea. Firstly, it’s got a stacked line-up, featuring a special Wolf Alice acoustic set. Secondly, you’re helping an ace cause.
  • Ufomammut have now been together for two decades, playing a ear-bleedingly exciting form of doom metal. It’s worth getting your ear-protectors out and fists in the air.
  • Backed by sparse guitar licks and percussive touches, Dizraeli dazzles with a combination of bluesy vocals and Jamie T bars. He’s been killing it on the UK underground for years.
Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings

Toro Y Moi

Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings
Made for Music Lovers: London Gig Listings
Collection by Eventbrite
Satisfy your lust for live music here. Every month, we'll stack this collection with unmissable gigs and concerts, from chart-toppers to up-and-coming talent, so you won't miss a thing.
Satisfy your lust for live music here. Every month, we'll stack this collection with unmissable gigs and concerts, from chart-toppers to up-and-coming talent, so you won't miss a thing.
  • Four artists celebrate the work of the late John Martyn, including the frontwoman of Vaults, Blythe Pepino, and Kelis collaborator Pete Josef. This supergroup will make for a properly super night.
  • The ex-Incognito singer plays two nights at South London’s Hideaway, showcasing his brand of soul. He’s got a load of mega artist fans, from Jools Holland to Giles Peterson.
  • Hopping on the Cadillac wagon of post Once Upon a Time In Hollywood Tarantino hype, XOYO are putting on a night to celebrate the director. Expect some hip-swinging Travolta style.
  • We couldn’t resist. Remember that summer of 2015 when ‘Trap Queen’, ‘My Way’, ‘679’ ruled the airwaves? It may be long gone, but you can relive it by seeing the Atlanta rap live in the Big Smoke.
  • Linking with your pals at Break the Chain is a cracking idea. Firstly, it’s got a stacked line-up, featuring a special Wolf Alice acoustic set. Secondly, you’re helping an ace cause.
  • Ufomammut have now been together for two decades, playing a ear-bleedingly exciting form of doom metal. It’s worth getting your ear-protectors out and fists in the air.
  • Backed by sparse guitar licks and percussive touches, Dizraeli dazzles with a combination of bluesy vocals and Jamie T bars. He’s been killing it on the UK underground for years.
  • Four artists celebrate the work of the late John Martyn, including the frontwoman of Vaults, Blythe Pepino, and Kelis collaborator Pete Josef. This supergroup will make for a properly super night.
  • The ex-Incognito singer plays two nights at South London’s Hideaway, showcasing his brand of soul. He’s got a load of mega artist fans, from Jools Holland to Giles Peterson.
  • Hopping on the Cadillac wagon of post Once Upon a Time In Hollywood Tarantino hype, XOYO are putting on a night to celebrate the director. Expect some hip-swinging Travolta style.
  • We couldn’t resist. Remember that summer of 2015 when ‘Trap Queen’, ‘My Way’, ‘679’ ruled the airwaves? It may be long gone, but you can relive it by seeing the Atlanta rap live in the Big Smoke.
  • Linking with your pals at Break the Chain is a cracking idea. Firstly, it’s got a stacked line-up, featuring a special Wolf Alice acoustic set. Secondly, you’re helping an ace cause.
  • Ufomammut have now been together for two decades, playing a ear-bleedingly exciting form of doom metal. It’s worth getting your ear-protectors out and fists in the air.
  • Backed by sparse guitar licks and percussive touches, Dizraeli dazzles with a combination of bluesy vocals and Jamie T bars. He’s been killing it on the UK underground for years.