Best gigs in Manchester this month: November 2019

Including Aitch, Sam Fender, Ocean Wisdom, The Amazons, Jade Bird, Of Monsters & Men and more...

Of Monsters and Men | 01 Nov | Academy
Icelandic pop band Of Monsters And Men recently released their long awaited brand new album, ‘Fever Dream’ The band formed in 2010 and have released debut album ‘My Head Is an Animal’ in 2012, followed by Beneath The Skin in 2015. The band will tour this month to promote the third album.
Ticket Value: £27.50
Support comes from: BLACK HONEY

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Annie Mac | 02 Nov | Depot
When a longstanding Radio 1 tastemakers seizes control of a groundbreaking venue on the most horrifying weekend of the year expect a terrifyingly-long list of guests spanning a scarily broad musical spectrum. Never one to disappoint, Annie Mac’s return to The Warehouse Project was always going to be something very special indeed.
Tickets: £28.50
Support comes from: Green Velvet, O’Flynn & Many More

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Loyle Carner | 06 Nov | Academy
UK hip hop’s rising star Loyle Carner is back after much anticipation surrounding his upcoming upcoming tour, hyped by his second album, after almost two years without making music, he is back playing the Academy. It’s another sell out, however if you get an alert set up on Twickets now you will be sure to find yourself a ticket.
Ticket Value: £23.50
Support comes from: TBA

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Metronomy | 09 Nov | Academy
Twenty years on and the five-piece, have now dropped their sixth record ‘Metronomy Forever’. Promoting their new release they are touring with a date at Manchester’s Academy. See link below for tickets.
Ticket Value: £23.50
Support comes from: SQUID

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The Amazons | 15 Nov | Academy
It’s been 2 years since Reading indie rockers The Amazons released their self-titled debut, an epic album that lead to the band playing at some of the biggest festivals and venues within the UK and Europe. The follow-up ‘Future Dust’ sees the quartet back and better than ever. The boys are playing a gig at Manchester’s Academy, its of course a sell out however you can join the waiting list on the link below, and you will be notified when any fan resale tickets become available.
Ticket Value: £17.50
Support comes from: DEMOB HAPPY

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Kate Tempest | 10 Nov | Albert Hall
Poetry, plays, novels, rap: whatever her mode of expression, Kate has consistently acquitted herself as a storyteller par excellence, vividly capturing the essence of life in the UK. The Mercury-nominated poet is set to play Manchester and The Albert Hall seems the perfect venue for the south Londoner to play. It’s a massive sell out, so keep a lookout on Twickets for any fan resale.
Ticket Value: £22.00
Support comes from: LAFAWNDAH

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Marc Rebillet | 11 Nov | Albert Hall
Marc Rebillet is a high-energy one man show, improvising full songs from scratch. No two performances are the same. As part of this seasons Warehouse project he will play a show at The Albert Hall, it’s one not to miss, hopefully see you there.
Ticket Value: £19.25
Support comes from: TBA

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Maverick Sabre | 12 Nov | Manchester Cathedral
Maverick Sabre follows up the release of socially charged third album ‘WHEN I WAKE UP’ with an emotive, stirring, 7-minute short film for standout album track ‘GLORY’. He will play an intimate special show at the stunning Manchester Cathedral.
Ticket Value: £20.00
Support comes from: TBA

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Fontaines D.C. | 19 Nov | Ritz
Dublin punk newcomers, Fontaines D.C. have had an outstanding six months, selling out shows off the back of four hotly received singles and with their long-awaited debut album edging ever closer, the band are hitting the road again to cause more chaos across the country. Get your ticket here for their Manchetser gig at the Ritz.
Ticket Value: £17.75
Support comes from: TBA

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Emeli Sandé | 20 Nov | Apollo
Emeli Sandé from Alford, Aberdeenshire, Scotland who was born on the 10th of March 1987. In the space of six years, one album and six singles, she has become one of the biggest names in British music, and has a bright future ahead. She was in town not so long ago for Pride festival, she back playing her own gig at the Apollo. Get a ticket before they are all gone.
Ticket Value: £35 – £65
Support comes from: Ben Monteith

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Sam Fender | 20 Nov | Academy
BRITs Critics Choice winner, Sam Fender, will follow the release of his debut album ‘Hypersonic Missiles’ with an extensive headline tour this month.If you can’t make this one, fear not the Gordie singer-songwriter will be back in town he has recently announced details of his biggest headline tour to date for Spring 2020 with Two dates at Victoria Warehouse in March, these dates will see Sam at the top of his game.
Tickets: £18.50
Support comes from: TBA

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Jade Bird | 21 Nov | Ritz
Country-folk, indie-pop and one incredibly buttery vocal later and Jade Bird is being tipped for stateside takeover. With a twinkle behind each composition and a name like that, she’s been destined for big things since her YouTube discovery story. She plays a gig at the Ritz, if you haven’t seen her already we definitely recommend checking her out!
Ticket Value: £12.50
Support comes from: TBA

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Ocean Wisdom | 22 Nov | Academy
Camden born rapper Ocean Wisdom spent years perfecting his craft until a chance studio session gave birth to his debut track ‘Walkin’. Recorded in one take with no hook or ad-libs, this track kick started his meteoric rise. February 2016 saw him release his debut album ‘Chaos 93’, with ‘Wizville’ following in 2018. He’ll be heading to the Academy this November for a show that you’ll be crazy to miss.
Support comes from: Kelvyn Colt, Youngs Teflon, Eyez

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Spotify presents Who We Be Live | 22 Nov | Victoria Warehouse
Spotify’s award-winning show, Who We Be Live, will return for a fourth time and head to Victoria Warehouse this November. Celebrating the very best in Rap, Grime, Afrobeat and R&B , the event will feature Aitch and Tion Wayne, who together boast more than 303 million combined UK streams with more exciting acts to be announced.

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Metropolis | 22 Nov | Depot
This Warehouse Project night It’s bringing the biggest D+B acts under one roof for the biggest club show the genres seen in quite a while featuring Sub Focus b2b Wilkinson, Andy C, Goldie, High Contrast, Dimension, DJ Marky and loads more. It’s not often you get the who’s who of an entire genre at one party. Consider this a rarity then. Led by the mighty Andy C, whose iconic RAM Records has sat at the head of the drum ’n’ bass table for almost as long as people have been getting down to amens and hoover basslines, this team sheet is packed with old school dons and newfound talent alike, with historic back-to-backs abound. Its sold out already so keep your eyes peeled for any face value resale tickets available on Twickets.
Tickets: £35.50
Support comes from: Andy C, High Contrast, Dimension + LOADS more

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The Chemical Brothers | 22 Nov | Arena
In 2015, the legendary duo – comprising Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons – released their Grammy nominated album ‘Born In The Echoes’ The Chemical Brothers have sold more than 12 million albums and six million singles worldwide. They have had six No. 1 albums in the U.K. and were the first electronic act ever to receive a Grammy winning in the Best Rock Instrumental Performance category for ‘Block Rockin’ Beats’ – the first of their four Grammy wins. This month they will bring their epic show to the Arena, don’t miss it, get you tickets here.
Tickets: £34.50 – £49.10
Support comes from: 2ManyDJs

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Lewis Capaldi | 23 Nov | Academy
Lewis Capaldi is continuing to break records and capture the nation, he is on the road and plays a sold out gig at the Academy this month, he has further announced a huge UK headline arena tour for 2020. If you miss the gig at the Academy he will be back playing the Apollo in 3rd March 2020.
Tickets: £19.50
Support comes from: Grace Carter, The Snuts

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The Lumineers | 24 Nov | Arena
The band has sold out tours across the world, selling over 300,000 tickets on 2017’s ‘Cleopatra World Tour’ which ended with 27 sold-out arena shows. Their discography has racked up a total of 4.2 billion streams and 4.6 million album sales worldwide. Now The Lumineers will play Manchester Arena as part of their III World Tour this month.
Tickets: £34.50 – £44.60
Support comes from: TBA

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Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls | 26 Nov | Opera House
Frank Turner is on a UK tour, the tour will see him play two sets every night. The folk singer will tour in support of ‘No Mans Land’, his forthcoming album that features an all-female cast of musicians and focuses on the lives of female historical figures. The tour will see him perform a solo set that is then followed by an unplugged band performance accompanied by the Sleeping Souls.
Tickets: £31.50 – £44.70
Support comes from: TBA

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