Get ready… This month, some of the world’s hottest musical talent are in the capital to headline shows at London’s most iconic venues. From hip-hop royalty taking over the o2 (we’re looking at you, The Weeknd) to the return of Ed Sheeran at The Royal Albert Hall, keep scrolling for our top 8 gigs you cannot miss this March…
The Weekend – The o2, Greenwich
For two-nights-only, Canadian hip-hop artist The Weeknd will headline the stellar venue that is London’s o2.
– Tuesday 7th – Wednesday 8th March 2017
The XX – The o2 Academy, Brixton
Mercury prize winners The XX returned earlier this year with their second studio album I See You. They’re headlining the o2 Academy in Brixton for just one night, and Sampha and Joy Orbison are supporting…
– Wednesday 8th March 2017
Banks – The Roundhouse, Camden
She was BBC’s sound of 2014, has toured with The Weeknd and received critical acclaim for her first two studio albums, and now, Banks is back in London at The Roundhouse in Camden.
– Monday 13th March 2017
Emeli Sandé – The o2 Academy, Brixton
Did you catch Emeli Sandé performing at the Brits last week? If not, watch her stand-out performance above. This month, she’s returning to the stage at Brixton’s o2 in support of her critically-acclaimed album Long Live The Angels. Don’t miss it.
– Tuesday 21st March 2017
Craig David – The o2, Greenwich
Ahead of his new album Follow My Intuition (out 30th September), garage and noughties hero Craig David kicks off his first world tour in 15 years at The o2.
– Saturday 25th – Sunday 26th March 2017
Sampha – The Roundhouse, Camden
Sampha has collaborated with everyone from SBTRKT and Jessie Ware to superstars like Drake, Beyoncé and Frank Ocean. But now, he’s finally turning the spotlight on himself with his debut album Process, and his one-man-only show at The Roundhouse in Camden.
– Thursday 30th March 2017
Ed Sheeran – Royal Albert Hall
It’s been a long three years since Ed Sheeran released his last album. But do not fear – in two days he’s back with his highly anticipated album Divided (÷). As well as the release, he’s headlining the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust at the end of March.
– Tuesday 28th March 2017