The Luna Cinema Presents: Dirty Dancing
Outdoor cinemas seem to be becoming more and more popular by the year, and Luna Cinema is popping up all over the UK. With a wide range of films in a whole host of cities, you’ll always find a movie you love in a place close by. But even though they have copious amounts of screening dates throughout the British summer, they still occasionally sell out. Obviously people jumped at the chance to sit under the stars with a blanket and watch Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey fall in love in the classic Dirty Dancing.
But if you missed out on tickets, don’t worry, you can bag yourself one general admission at Warwick Castle on Wed 6th Sep here.
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever
This Australian pop-punk band have been making waves across the ocean over here in the UK. In fact, they’ve proved so popular that their UK tour in September has sold out and they’ve added a new London date for people that missed out on tickets. They were also recently on BBC Radio 6 Music performing live. They’ve got two other Melbourne bands, Lowtide and Treeboy & Arc joining them for their Leeds show, so it’s set to be a very Aussie affair.
If you fancy getting yourself a couple of last minute tickets, there are two for Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on Wednesday 6th September on offer here.
With seven albums in his bag, and another seven live EPs and albums, McRae has a lot to boast about. Coming from a church background, his early experience of music was singing in the choir. However, he took an acoustic turn when creating his solo material and building up his music career. Not only has he been compared to the likes of Bob Dylan and Nick Drake, but he’s also supported Tori Amos in 2005, put on his own tours in both the US and the UK, and isn’t a stranger to the festival scene.
His London show at Union Chapel in Islington on Thursday 7th September may have sold out, but one unreserved seat is on sale here.
The Smiths will always be remembered as one of the greatest rock bands to come from the UK. Unfortunately their music career as a group was short-lived after splitting up in 1987, just five years after they began. But there are four men that refuse to let the band die, and so came The Smyths. They are one of the best tribute bands existing right now and with their popularity soaring, they never seem to stop touring.
If you weren’t quick enough to get tickets for their show at Brudenell Social Club in Leeds on Sat 16th Sep, you can pick one up here.
This American has no end of talents tucked up his sleeve. From song-writing to performing, and record producing to poetry, as well as playing a multitude of instruments such as the harmonica, guitar and piano. He started off in the band Whiskeytown, but went solo in 2000 and since then, has released sixteen albums – yes, you read that correctly, sixteen! It’s no wonder his shows regularly sell out.
If you were unlucky enough to miss out on a ticket, there’s one for Corn Exchange in Cambrige on Thursday 21st September on sale here.
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