The Best Last Minute Gigs this Week: 4th – 10th December 2018

Frankie Valli // Graveyard // Madness // James And The Charlatans // All Saints // The Lancashire Hotpots

Frankie Valli And The Four Seasons @ Manchester Arena
Thursday 6th December
Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons have sold over 100 million records worldwide and defined the sound of an era with classic hits like: Walk Like A Man, Sherry, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Rag Doll, Big Girls Don’t Cry and many more.

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Graveyard @ Manchester Academy 3
Thursday 6th December
The Scandinavians certianly know how to rock out and Graveyard are testament to this in every respect. These guys are proper HARD rock so expect plenty of moshing, some seriosuly long hair and the maybe even a bit of the occult. Satan WILL be mentioned I assure you.

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Madness @ Manchester Arena
Friday 7th December
‘The hills are alive with the sound of Madness’ as they return to Manchester Arena this December. Madness will be playing all the hits and fan favourites plus some brand new tracks. Support comes from The Fratellis. Should be good, get your ticket here.

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James And The Charlatans @ Manchester Arena
Saturday 8th December
James + The Charlatans plus special guests will play Manchester Arena on Saturday 8th December. Following a hugely successful one off show at Liverpool Echo Arena in 2016, two heavyweights of British music James & The Charlatans have announced a joint UK arena tour for December 2018. It’s a double whammy, don’t miss it, tickets here.

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All Saints @ Manchester Academy
Saturday 8th December
Formed in 1993, All Saints were wildly successful throughout the 90s and beyond. The girls had a number of massive hits including 5 number one singles “Never Ever”, “Under the Bridge”, “Lady Marmalade”, “Pure Shores” and “Black Coffee”.

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The Lancashire Hotpots @ Manchester Academy 2
Saturday 8th December
A reight proper comedy folk band hailing from St Helens, the Lancashire Hotpots are basically as Northern as you can get with songs called ‘Chippy Tea’, ‘Dibnah’ and the classic ‘Has the Bin Man Bin Mon?’

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