Cure depression – go to a concert this weekend, January 26-28

Studies have shown that going to a concert can cure depression! The Blue Monday spirit should be gone by now, which means that you have no excuse to stay at home this weekend, January 26th-28th. Here’s a couple of concerts suggestions we’ve gathered, so it’s easier for you to choose the one that best suits your music tastes.

1. STEEL PANTHER

Steel Panther is like no other rock bands. They have a satirical approach and some very hilarious, sometimes actually vulgar, lyrics that definitely make them stand out from the crowd. This is how they raised to fame back in the 2000s. This Friday, January 26th, you have the chance to watch them in a concert at Eventim Apollo, at around 6.30 pm. Get your STEEL PANTHER tickets from here.

2. MOTIONLESS IN WHITE

Motionless in White, or shortly known as MIW, is one very popular American metalcore band that came to existence in 2005. Their name came from one of the songs of Eighteen Visions, entitled “Motionless and White”. This Friday, January 26th, they will be at O2 Institute in Birmingham for a concert that is supposed to start around 6.00 pm. Find MOTIONLESS IN WHITE tickets here.

3. KING KING

One of the many things Glasgow is proud of is that it’s the birthplace of “the best blues-rock band in the world”, as people from Blues Rock Review stated – King King. Their songs are going to give you the best vibe on a Friday evening, which is why we recommend you don’t miss their concert on January 26th, at Queens Hall in Edunburgh, at 7.00 pm. You can buy your KING KING tickets on this site.

4. HARDY CAPRIO

Hardy Caprio is a UK rapper that brought a fresh sound to the rap music industry. Born in 1996, this talented and young rapper rose to fame with a hit entitled “SBTV Warm Up Session”. If you want to listen to this song, as well as to other songs from his albums, you should definitely come this Friday, January 26th at O2 Academy Islington, London, at 6.30 pm for a concert. Don’t forget to buy HARDY CAPRIO tickets first.

5. HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD

Combining two different music styles such as rap and rock can be difficult, but those from the Hollywood Undead band managed to do it successfully. Formed in 2005 in LA, California, they released their first album entitled “Swan Songs” in 2008 and they hadn’t stopped ever since. This Saturday, January 27th, they are planning to entertain everyone who’s coming to Nick Rayns LCR UEA, Norwich. Their concert starts around 6.30 pm and the only way to get in is by showing your HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD tickets[/url[ at the entrance.

6. JOHNNY CASH ROADSHOW

Rock and roll and country music wouldn’t have been the same without the voice and talent of the worldly famous Johnny Cash. After his death in 2003, many tribute bands from all over the world made their appearance on stage and decided to maintain his music and soul alive. One of the best tribute bands in coming this Saturday, January 27th at Portsmouth Guildhall, for an unforgettable concert that is planned to start around 7.00 pm. Buy your JOHNNY CASH ROADSHOW tickets and be there.

7. THE DAMNED

The Damned project was first brought to existence back in 1976. Although this punk band did many things for the first time in the UK music industry, such as visiting America for the first time or being the first band that broke up, they didn’t have the success that other punk rock bands had. However, this didn’t stop them from continuing entertaining their fans and releasing many singles and albums that they are also going to play this Saturday, January 27th, at Caird Hall, Dundee, starting at 7.00 pm. Here you can find THE DAMNED tickets for this concert.

8. JAH WOBBLE

Jah Wobble is a bass guitarist like no other. He started his career in the late ‘70s, went on a solo career a few years after that, published an autobiography entitled Memoirs of a Geezer in 2009 and today, he can be listened to at BBC Radio 5 Live. He even has time for concerts and one of them is scheduled for this Saturday, January 27th at Chinnerys, Southend-On-Sea, at 7.00 pm. Grab your JAH WOBBLE tickets while they’re still available.

9. WAND

If you’re looking for a psychedelic rock concert for this weekend, we have one good suggestion for you for this Sunday, January 28th – the Wand band are coming all the way from America for a concert you won’t easily forget. You can find them at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds, starting from 7.00 pm. You should buy your WAND tickets[/ulr] ASAP.

10. FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLE SNAKES

Although they only have 3 years since their debut, in 2015, Frank Carter & The Rattle Snakes are one very popular punk rock band that rose to fame quite quickly. They have prepared an amazing concert for this Sunday, January 28th, at Mandela Hall in Belfast, starting at 7.00 pm. You’d better hurry up and buy your FRANK CARTER & THE RATTLE SNAKES tickets.

11. JOE BROWN

Joseph Roger Brown, or Joe Brown as he’s more commonly known, was born in 1941, in Lincolnshire, England. He started his career when he was only 15 years old as a folk musician, but soon decided that this genre didn’t suit him. He went on with rock music and continued till the day present, performing numerous concerts all other the UK and outside the country. One concert is scheduled for this Sunday, January 28th, at the Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool, at 7.30 pm. Get your [url= https://ticketselect.co.uk/joe-brown]JOE BROWN tickets from here.

12. NATHAN CARTER

Nathan Carter is an Irish country singer that was born in 1990 and rapidly rose to fame due to his shows that also include the worldly famous hit track called Wagon Wheel. Don’t stay at home this Sunday, January 28th, but go to a concert instead. His concert, actually, which will be held at Carlisle Sands Centre in Carlisle at 7.30 pm. Find [url= https://ticketselect.co.uk/nathan-carter]NATHAN CARTER tickets here.