Don’t Miss: Jack White, Nicki Minaj + more, on sale today!
Pay-day is just around the corner, so spoil yourself a little early with our hand-picked selection of the world’s hottest new shows, all on sale today (March 23rd).
LONDON, NEW YORK & LA
The dissolution of The White Stripes back in 2011 brought Songkick HQ to it’s knees. It’s been a long, hard year of soul-searching, but redemption can be found at last – Jack White is back on the road, in support of his hugely anticipated solo album ‘Blunderbuss’. Stand-out shows in London’s Hammersmith Apollo, New York’s Roseland Ballroom and LA’s The Wiltern are on the cards, along with a handful of other US and European dates. All tickets go on sale today, and are guaranteed to fly off the (online) shelves. Don’t miss out.
NEW YORK & LA
All good things come in threes. Or at least they do in this case, as Lana Del Rey has announces a pair of three-night residencies in LA and New York. A trio of shows at the El Rey (pun intended?) Theatre will be followed by a similar stay at New York’s Irving Plaza. Lana is expected to blow the socks off an intimate crowd at London’s Jazz Cafe in April. Don’t miss the chance to see America’s latest songstress in action on home soil; tickets available today!
It’s been a year of epic proportions for Nicki Minaj. Few artists can boast collaborations with Kanye West, Jay-Z, Madonna and MIA – along with a slot at the Superbowl – all in the space of 12 months. And the world domination looks set to continue; the NY rapper will descend upon the UK in June ahead of her summer festival appearances. Shows in London, Birmingham and Manchester have been announced, with tickets going on sale today. Did you know, Nicki’s real name is Onika Tanya Maraj? We didn’t.
It’s been three years since her last London show, but the queen of New York singer-songwriters is back, and in style. A justifiably grand show at the Royal Albert Hall was confirmed this week, after a shed load of online speculation. A whopping sixth studio album is lined up for a May release, entitled ‘What We Saw From The Cheap Seats’. Expect a shout-out from Regina if you’re sat in the back row.