This fall in London is going to rock! Ticket Select London and Travelguidelondon have prepared a list of the most amazing shows that are going to take place at the nicest of London’s venues. Don’t miss the hottest music events!
Learn about the top rocking concerts coming up this autumn.
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
September, 06, 7:00 PM, O2 Academy Brixton
A rare chance to meet the former Oasis guitarist on one of the biggest stages of London. Gallaher released his first solo album in 2015 and presented his listeners with the tracks uniquely sounding in their soft rock style.
September, 10, 4:30 PM, Wembley Stadium
September, 10, 7:00 PM, Wembley Stadium
The outstanding songwriter known for his inimitable approach to piano rock. One of Joel’s last work “Moving Out” (2002) for three years had the status of a box-office success on Broadway.
Belle & Sebastian
September, 11, 11:57 PM, Dartmouth Field
The celebrated indie-rock musicians from Glasgow is on the tour again. The group of seven pieces was breastfed with a mixture of pop-rock and folk-rock coming from the ‘60s. Stuart Murdoch is the leading guitarist, frontman and spiritual leader of the group.
September, 14, 7:30 PM, Bush Hall
Noah’s musical career was set in 2012 after his cover song “Sexy And I Know It” (originally written by LMFAO) became viral on YouTube. The first completed album by Noah saw the world in 2013. The funds for it were raised with the use of Indiegogo, and the final sum totalled to twice of what had been pledged.
September, 16, 7:00 PM, Heaven
The origins of “Beautiful” Karma go back to a small city named Reading. Their music charged with inner brightness is a stunning finding for ears virgin of the psychedelic indie style. The band is growing in popularity among admirers of a chilling and plangent sound.
September, 23, 7:00 PM, KOKO
Milburn’s music represents a charming mix of aggressive riffs, raw tones and youthfulness of modern ska. The band made a decision to break up in 2008, although, in the end, the desire to explore musical horizons won, that’s why Milburn is still alive and kicking.
Hot Dub Time Machine
September, 23, 9:00 PM, O2 Forum Kentish Town
Listeners of HDTM claim they can dance all night long while travelling through the weird spirals of mashed-up music history. HDTM’s loud, garish, loaded with audio-visual awesomeness appearance is just what dub party fanciers need.
September, 23, 7:45 PM, Royal Albert Hall
September, 25, 7:45 PM, Royal Albert Hall
September, 28, 7:45 PM, Royal Albert Hall
This former guitarist of the legendary band Pink Floyd continues his solo career, bringing to the fans masterpieces written in “that Gilmour’s” progressive style. His solo discography now comprises 4 fully accomplished albums, and last year’s “Rattle That Lock” has already received the Gold UK certification.
September, 26, 7:00 PM, O2 Forum Kentish Town
September, 27, 7:00 PM, O2 Forum Kentish Town
September, 28, 7:00 PM, O2 Forum Kentish Town
The band was originated in London and today is considered one of the worthiest Britpop rock’s successors. Rich and sonorous, McFly’s songs are warming the hearts of thousands of admirers the world over.
September, 27, 7:00 PM, KOKO
Red Fang is a widely celebrated hard rock and stoner rock band. The four guys come right from the era when metal could shatter teeth – and their crushing riffs still can do this.
It seems, the loudest venues of London will be crammed with music fans during the following month. A multicolour mix of classical, progressive, folk, electronic and just weird music is going to enliven the city – and gather together many enthusiastic souls at the groupie-packed live performances. Do you want to become a part of this amazing time? TicketSelect.co.uk can help to make your dream come true! Buy tickets online and get unforgettable impressions.