Whether you’re looking for a last-minute Mother’s Day gift, or an awesome experience for yourself, there’s plenty to look forward to in the music sphere this year.
There’s a host of incredible artists performing in the north west, including The Stone Roses frontman Ian Brown, British indie-rock icons Florence and The Machine, BRIT-nominated Maverick Sabre, Manchester band Everything Everything, and more.
Read on for the full line-up and how to get your hands on tickets.
Ian Brown – Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
September 30, 2022
Ian Brown has announced details of his first UK headline tour in a decade.
The Stone Roses frontman will return to the stage in some of the UK’s biggest cities across September and October, arriving at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse on September 30.
Tickets are now on sale here .
Florence + The Machine – AO Arena, Manchester
November 22, 2022
After their short run of intimate UK shows sold out within minutes of going on sale, Florence + the Machine has just announced an album tour for November which will take place in the UK, France and Ireland.
Don’t miss them live at Manchester’s AO Arena on November 22.
Tickets go on sale here at 9am on Friday, March 25, 2022.
Maverick Saber – Band On The Wall, Manchester
April 4, 2022
Platinum-selling, BRIT-nominated artist Maverick Saber is the voice of a generation.
Previously collaborating with the likes of Jorja Smith, Joey Bada$$, Bugzy Malone, Chronixx, Rudimental, Vintage Culture and George The Poet, Maverick has a flair for working with the best artists, producers and tastemakers in the scene.
His most recent album, Don’t Look Up, received sterling reception from press and fans alike.
Tickets are available here .
Everything Everything – Manchester Academy
April 8, 2022
Ahead of their forthcoming sixth album, Raw Data Feel, Everything Everything will be playing at Manchester Academy on Friday, April 8.
Tickets are selling fast, so get yours today.
Tickets are on sale here .
Thomas Headon – Albert Hall, Manchester
October 30, 2022
Melbourne’s Thomas Headon has announced a show at Manchester’s Albert Hall. Headon released two bodies of work across 2020: his debut The Greatest Hits and sophomore follow-up The Goodbye EP.
The latter was led by Focus and UrbanAngel1999, and broadly acts as a diary of the interactions Headon had with new people in a new environment, following his move to the UK in 2019.
Tickets are on sale here now.
The Slow Readers Club – The Live Rooms, Chester
September 18, 2022
The Slow Readers Club – Aaron Starkie, Kurt Starkie, Jim Ryan and David Whitworth – can’t wait to hit the road again, doing what they do best, following the success of their headline UK tour last autumn.
Performing music old and new, fresh off the back of their incredible 2021 single, Tell No Lies and the release of not one but two studio records in 2020, The Joy Of The Return and 91 Days In Isolation, the Manchester four-piece are ready and rare to make 2022 another special year.
Tickets are on sale here .
Scouting For Girls – Albert Hall, Manchester
December 1, 2022
Scouting For Girls will headline a number of UK shows this year – the trio will take to the road in November as part of their 2022 The Best Of…Tour.
Already lined up for a set at Neighborhood Weekender in the summer, the band will go on to hit huge venues across the country.
Tickets are now available here .
George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.