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Looks like I won't be seeing Bat for Lashes after all, but The National (i.e. the best live band) announced a local date at my favorite venue in the world so I'm obviously not missing that. Though oddly enough, tickets don't go on sale for another month.

I didn't know M83 was going on tour! I'll have to go see them live, too!

They toured VERY extensively in 2011 and 2012, so their 2013 tour dates are pretty scattered. But the Hollywood Bowl date in September seems to indicate they'll probably add a few more US shows this year before the tour finally wraps up for good. Phenomenal live band so don't pass it up if they come near you.

I also REALLY REALLY want to go see Phoenix REALLY REALLY badly, but they aren't coming to Boston or anywhere near me. :(

They're just starting to tour next month so expect them to show up pretty much everywhere later this year. Their previous tour was relentless.

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Airborne Toxic Event tomorrow, and Alt-J in september! :cool:

 

And maybe, maybe a music festival

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The Temper Trap this Thursday!!!

 

They are doing a MTV Session recording and I won tix to catch it. Pretty stoke about it! :D

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My upcoming concerts:

Muse - Amsterdam ArenA, June 4th

Bruce Springsteen - Goffertpark, June 22nd

Robbie Williams - Amsterdam ArenA, Juli 13th

Lowlands festival (August 16, 17 and 18) - Editors, Nine Inch Nails, Franz Ferdinand, Kodaline and many more

Nickelback - Amsterdam Ziggo Dome, November 11th

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Sorry for pushing this again. still for Sale: 2 standing tickets for each in London: Killers @ Wembley, June 22nd and Maroon 5 @ the O2, June 24th, LESS than face value, please pm

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Summer is approaching and my upcoming list has imploded like it does every year.

 

June: Austra

July: The Postal Service

August: The National x2

September: FYF Fest (My Bloody Valentine, MGMT, Beach House), M83 w/ Phantogram

October: ACL (The Cure, Depeche Mode, Muse), Atoms for Peace

 

Had Arctic Monkeys and Vampire Weekend tickets but sold them to fund ACL.

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The National on the 28th of June.

Glen Hansard on the 21st of July.

Imagine Dragons on the 22nd of August.

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Stereophonics are coming July so that's another on my list. :D

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A WEEK TODAY IM GOING TO SEE MUSE

 

IM SO FRICKIN EXCITED

 

Awesomeeee:D I'm going to see them in June, can't wait!:D And I'm also seeing The Killers in June:) Awesome month :D

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Seeing Marina and the diamonds in a week and Justin Timberlake in October, as well as a festival with The Cure, Mumford and Sons, Imagine Dragons etc. (Osheaga). So yeah, good shows in perspective.

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Have seen this year so far: Kaiser Chiefs, The Killers, Andy Burrows, Frank Turner

Going to see this year: Muse, a festival with Keane, Kasabian, Editors, Robbie Williams (I know...), Roger Waters, Frank Turner, Foals

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With Muse yesterday making it 100 music shows (including festivals) :)

 

I need to try and find a gig for the 4th July for my 10th anniversary show, to big of a date to miss.

 

Edit - Simone Felice it is, up in Soho :)

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I'm going to see Vampire Weekend (specifically) at the Boston Calling music festival in September, but also Local Natives, The Gaslight Anthem, The Airborne Toxic Event, Bat for Lashes, Deer Tick, and a few other acts I've never heard of.

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i was gonna see animal collective but now im not and im very upset

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9 days till Bruce Springsteen and exactly one month till Robbie Williams! :crown:

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I'm going to see Vampire Weekend (specifically) at the Boston Calling music festival in September, but also Local Natives, The Gaslight Anthem, The Airborne Toxic Event, Bat for Lashes, Deer Tick, and a few other acts I've never heard of.

 

Man! That sounds awesome!

 

I saw Passion Pit a few days ago, and I am going to see Local Natives next week, and RJD2 a few days later! I am so excited.

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Bought tix for Fleetwood Mac in November.

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Blur in Buenos Aires, can´t wait!! :D

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Seen this year: Muse, The Killers

Going to see this year: Bruce Springsteen, Robbie Williams, Tenacious D, Nickelback and I'm going to Lowlands Festival with (so far announced) Editors, Franz Ferdinand, Nine Inch Nails, Kodaline and many more!

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20 months after buying the ticket, I finally saw Elvis Costello last night...

 

...well worth the wait

 

I Hope You're Happy Now

Heart Of The City

Uncomplicated

I Can't Stand Up For Falling Down

High Fidelity

Temptation

Secondary Modern

Watch Your Step

Possession

King Horse

Beyond Belief

Clubland

Good Year For The Roses

Still Too Soon To Know/Crawling Back

Indoor Fireworks

Oliver's Army

Less Than Zero

Alison

Bedlam

Drum & Bone

Country Darkness

It Tears Me Up

I Want You

 

"Joanna" Interlude

 

She

Talking In the Dark

I Still Have That Other Girl

 

Interlude

 

Shipbuilding

A Slow Drag With Josephine

 

Walking My Baby Back Home

 

Jimmie Standing In The Rain

Tramp The Dirt Down

 

Finale

 

Chelsea

Pump It Up

Peace, Love and Understanding

 

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2 hours, 50 minutes, pretty much non-stop.

 

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I've been thinking about my top 10 gigs (out of 98), and after lots of hard-work I've got it down to

 

1 - Coldplay 28th June 2005, Crystal Palace. 2nd show, finished my A-levels in the morning, first solo-show in the afternoon, ended up sleeping on a bench outside Basingstoke station. They were on top form, X&Y had just come out, and compared to the other 2 times it was more focused on the music, plus can't complain with the support of Morning Runner & Interpol

2 - Snow Patrol - 20/11/09, Colston Hall, Bristol. It was on their re-worked tour, truly amazing. They lost a massive trick not putting out a DVD of the RAH show to cater for the fans unable to attend

3 - Stereophonics - 17/12/11, Boscombe O2 Academy. Warm-up show for the "3-night-stand" in London, great setlist, full of energy.

4 - Porcupine Tree - 10/10/09, Bristol Colston Hall. Amazing band, amazing show

5 - Oasis - 10/12/05 - Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Support was Foo Fighters, The Coral, Razorlight, The Subways, Yeti & Nic Armstrong & The Thieves, enough said

6 - Travis - 8/2/08 - Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms

7 - R.E.M. - 27/8/08 - Southampton Rose Bowl

8 - Bon Iver - 12/9/08 - Bristol Trinity Centre (old church)

9 - Blackbud - 24/04/2006 - Bristol Fleece

10 -Fleet Foxes - 30/10/2008 - Bristol Anson Rooms

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I just bought Muse tickets for October!! :bliss: It's the first time I'm going to see them.

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