No weekend should pass without going to a concert – 12 suggestions for this weekend, January 12-14

In our opinion, the best way you can spend your weekends is by going to concerts and theatre shows. For this weekend, January 12th-14th, we have created a top 12 list of concerts you can choose from. Take a look below:


If you’re a metal music fan, then you’ve probably heard of Geoff Tate, a very talented American singer born in Germany. He rose to fame back in the ’80s with a progressive metal band entitled Queensrÿche, but at the beginning of the 21st century he decided to try a solo career. And here he is, famous and eager to entertain fans from all over the UK – this Friday, January 12th, you’ll find him at Empire Music Hall, Belfast. Get your GEOFF TATE tickets and be there by 8.30 pm.


Believe it or not, a new rock band makes its way through every single day. The truth is not all of them also manage to stay on stage for too long. However, Coasts are definitely not one of those. Even though they don’t have the history that The Rolling Stones has for instance, this new rock band promises to gain everyone’s hearts with their unique way of interpreting rock music. This Friday, January 12th, you can watch them perform an amazing concert at O2 Academy Brixton, London, at 7.00 pm. Get your COASTS tickets ASAP.


Another great band that embraced the indie-rock music and that you should see in concert at the beginning of 2018, this Friday, January 12th more precisely, is The Hunna. The four-member group is a newly formed band, but this didn’t stop them to have fans not only within the UK borders, but the rest of the world as well. Go to O2 Academy Brixton, London around 7.00 pm this weekend and watch them perform. Don’t forget to buy your THE HUNNA tickets first.


Back in the ’60s, Bee Gees was at the peak of its success. A pop music group managed to raise to international fame in a very short period due to their dancing and full of joy songs. Although the band is not active anymore, we can still enjoy their music through an incredible tribute band that took the name of one of Bee Gees’ highly popular songs – Jive Talkin’. Friday, January 12th – Alhambra Theatre, Dunfermline, at 7.30 pm – be there. And bring your JIVE TALKIN’ tickets with you.


Due to these tribute bands, we can relive some beautiful periods of our lives and feel young again. The Smyths tribute band first appeared on stage back in 2003 and ever since they tried to provide fans unique experiences and recreate for them the old The Smiths band. This Friday, January 12th, you have the chance to see them in a concert at Sub89, Reading, starting at 7.00 pm. Hurry up and get your THE SMYTHS tickets, as there aren’t many left!


Keni Burke is known in the music industry for his unique way of combining R&B music with jazz, soul and funk. He’s a singer, a songwriter, a multi-instrumentalist and a record producer all in one – in other words, a complete artist. It would be a shame not to attend his concert this Saturday, January 13th, at 229, London, at 7.00 pm. Get your KENI BURKE tickets today.


Another tribute band that took the name of a song from one of the most influential and popular rock bands of all times is Livewire AC/DC. As it can be deduced, this band wanted to offer AC/DC fans genuine experiences through a series of concerts that are organized to the smallest details. Their first concert in 2018 will be held this Saturday, January 13th at Riverside, Newcastle Upon Tyne, at 7.30 pm. Buy your LIVEWIRE AC/DC tickets today.


It is generally agreed that David Bowie left us too early. Even so, he will live forever through his music and people will never cease to listen to his songs. Due to tribute bands, Bowie fans still have the chance to see how it was like to go to his concerts and that’s what Absolute Bowie is trying to do. They will have a concert this Saturday, January 13th in memory of David Bowie at O2 Academy Islington, London, starting around 6.30 pm. Find ABSOLUTE BOWIE tickets here.


Highly appreciated artists deserve tribute bands – that’s a general rule. This is the reason why The Modfathers, a punk rock band, made its way through the music industry. Members of the band want to provide a tribute to Paul Weller, an iconic artist in the UK, and to his songs that had influenced the music industry in the past four decades. This Saturday, January 13th, be at The Robin 2, Bilston, at 7.30 pm, present your THE MODFATHERS tickets at the entry and enjoy a great concert.


Coming all the way from Franklin, Tennessee, America to Genting Arena, Birmingham, one of the most popular rock bands of today, Paramore, is ready to offer you an unforgettable concert. A multiple Grammy Award winner and nominee, Paramore sure knows how to throw a concert. See it for yourself this Sunday, January 14th, at the specified location. Be there by 6.00 pm and make sure you have your PARAMORE tickets with you.


Although he doesn’t have much to do with music, Chris Rock is a great choice for a weekend activity. He’ll make you laugh, he’ll make you smile and he’ll make you forget about all the worries, issues and problems you may have at work or at home. Watch his great show this Sunday, January 14th, at First Direct Arena, Leeds at 6.30 pm. Buy your CHRIS ROCK tickets first.


Our last concert suggestion for this weekend is Bronnie. Both a singer and a songwriter, this talented British artist has reached top 3 in the UK Rock Charts in a very short period, not to mention that she was also a great success in Netherlands, Germany and Ireland. This Sunday, January 14th, she’ll have a concert at O2 Academy Birmingham, Birmingham, starting around 2.00 pm. You can find BRONNIE tickets here.