Music is in everything around us. It surrounds us and most of the times, it manages to cheer us up even in the darkest moments of our lives. That’s why so many specialists advise people who suffer from various forms of depression to undergo music therapy. Well, even if you don’t need suffer from any depression-related diseases, you should still attend at least one concert per weekend. Below in this article is our list of 12 concerts we suggest you don’t ignore weekend between the 22nd and 24th of September.
If rock is the music genre to cheer you up after a long week at work, then attending LCD Soundsystem’s concert this Friday, September 22nd is a must. They have been in the music industry since 2002 and are coming all the way from America to Alexandra Palace in London to entertain you. Buy your LCD SOUNDSYSTEM tickets and be at the specified location by 6.30 pm.
Ryan Adams is another name in the rock and alternative country music industry you should have known already. Up until now in his solo career, he released no less than sixteen albums, which is pretty impressive. So what are you waiting for? Go get your RYAN ADAMS tickets and mark the date and location: Friday, September 22nd, at Royal Albert Hall in London, at 6.45 pm.
You probably know Paul Draper from the rock band Mansun, but you should know that he is also a record producer and singer-songwriter who has made a name for himself in the alternative rock, indie rock and progressive rock music industry. This Friday, September 22nd, you have the chance to listen to him singing at Thekla in Bristol, at 7.00 pm, but you have to get your PAUL DRAPER tickets first.
Maybe you’re not into rock this weekend. Maybe you prefer listening to something more relaxing for instance and in this case, a folk music concert is the right thing to choose. Kate Rusby, an English folk singer and songwriter, who is better known as the “Barnsley Nightingale”, is coming this Friday, September 22nd, at Bridgewater Hall in Manchester to offer you a night you won’t forget easily. Buy your KATE RUSBY tickets and be there by 7.30 pm.
One of the most important things you should know about MR Eazi is that he is considered the pioneer of Banku music, which is a fusion of different Afrobeats. Feel curious already? Why don’t you buy MR EAZI tickets and be this Saturday, September 23rd, at Roundhouse in London at 5.00 pm.
Everyone has listened at least once to one of the Westlife’s songs, probably the most popular one being “You Raise Me Up”, but when the band split in 2011, there wasn’t much left to do. The band members could go on having solo careers or they could get into other industries and start different businesses. Shane Filan decided to continue the path of music and went on having a solo career. You can watch him perform this Saturday, September 23rd at Festival Theatre in Edinburgh at 7.00 pm. Don’t forget your SHANE FILAN tickets.
Another great folk music concert worth attending this weekend is Suzanne Vega’s. For the past 30 years of activity in the music industry, she won several awards and had many songs included in the Top 10 of different international charts. The concert is held this Saturday, September 23rd at Sage Gateshead in North East. Buy your SUZANNE VEGA tickets and be there by 7.00 pm.
If you’re a fan of funk music, then you have no excuse to miss the Vulfpeck’s concert this Saturday, September 23rd. The band has been active since 2011 and released several EPs, albums and even one silent album ever since. Don’t forget to make some room in your calendar for this weekend and be at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire in London at 8.00 pm. Make sure you won’t forget your VULFPECK tickets at home.
This weekend, rock bands are not only from the UK and the US, but there’s one band that is coming all the way from Australia and are ready to offer the audience an unforgettable show. Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds will instantly become your no. 1 rock band (in case they aren’t already). Invite your friends to buy NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS tickets and go together this Sunday, September 24th at Bournemouth International Centre in Bournemouth. Be there at 7.00 pm.
Scotland and rock music have a lot in common, including one very popular band called The Jesus and Mary Chain. The music genres that represent them are alternative rock, indie pop and rock, post-punk and so on. If you buy some JESUS AND MARY CHAIN tickets today, you’ll have a chance to sing along your favourite songs. The event is happening this Sunday, September 24th, at The Middlesbrough Empire in North East, at 7.00 pm.
Although Siobhan Wilson doesn’t have too many years of experience in the music industry, her songs started to gain popularity rapidly from the very beginning. If you’re looking for an entertaining activity to do on a Sunday evening, you should definitely choose going to her concert. It’s happening at The Voodoo Rooms in Edinburgh at 7.30 pm. Buy your SIOBHAN WILSON tickets first.
Sigur Ros is a very popular Icelandic post-rock band that was formed back in 1994. They were courageous enough to say that they “will completely change the future of music” and they sure managed to do so. They have their own style and they have even built their own musical world. Watch them perform this Sunday, September 24th at Clyde Auditorium in Glasgow, at 6.30 pm. Get your SIGUR ROS tickets ASAP.