Summer is coming and with it comes a whole load of great events to look forward to. Nine Inch Nails tickets are still up for grabs for their show later this month and the Libertines are reuniting at Hyde Park for the first time in three years. Little Monsters can get their hands on the last few Lady Gaga tickets and there’ll be plenty of Bullseyes at the Premier League Darts. Read on for more details.
The Libertines at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park – 5 July 2014
It’s the reunion you’ve all been waiting for. The Boys In The Band are back. Pete, Carl, John and Gary are set to headline their largest ever UK show at BBST Hyde Park. The Libertines have become one of the most influential and important bands of their generation. Known for their on-stage chemistry and intense live performances, the band shot into the mainstream with the success of their No. 1 album, The Libertines, before separating for six years. Now you’ve got another chance to see them live. So make sure you don’t miss out!
Lady Gaga has just released extra floor seats for her artRave: The Artpop Ball Tour. Reflecting the theme of the album, this show is set to take the audience to a surreal world where art and pop collide. Everything has been designed to bring Lady Gaga even closer to her fans, no matter where they are sitting. Runways made of translucent material reach out into the audience from the main stage, connecting to lots of smaller stages. This allows fans to dance under the runways and lets them experience the show from a whole new angle.
Following the release of their critically acclaimed album, Hesitation Marks, Nine Inch Nails are heading to The O2 later this month with special guests, Cold Cave. Having sold more than 30 million albums worldwide, NIN are considered pioneers in the industrial music movement. Records such as Pretty Hate Machine, Broken, The Downward Spiral and With Teeth have seen them revolutionise digital production like no other band. The last remaining tickets are moving quickly, so make sure you don’t miss your chance to see them live.
Step up to the oche. Darts’ biggest roadshow event celebrates its tenth outing this year with reigning champion Michael van Gerwen set to defend his title against the likes of six-time winner Phil Taylor. The finale of sixteen thrilling weeks of action will see the top four players competing in the Play-Offs right here at The O2. With so many memorable, nail-biting matches PDC Chairman Barry Hearn says, ‘Premier League Darts has developed into a must-see sporting event for fans across the UK and Ireland.’ And we couldn’t agree more.