Music concerts in London March 2014

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Music in London in March

Our guide to music concerts in London during March 2014.

Beyonce at O2 Arena, London
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Beyonce — The Mrs Carter Show World Tour

to O2 Arena Beyonce's "Mrs Carter Show World Tour" is coming to The O2 for a 6-night run. As one of the most successful females stars in the world, Beyonce has sold more than 75 million albums and racked up 16 Grammies. This tour promises to be her most ambitious show to date.
Ray Davies at Union Chapel, London
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The Kinks’ frontman, Ray Davies

Union Chapel Join the legendary Kinks frontman Ray Davies for an evening of songs, stories and home movies at the Union Chapel.
 
Shane Filan at Eventim Apollo, London
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Shane Filan (from Westlife)

Eventim Apollo Concert in London at the Eventim Apollo. Westlife fans rejoice! It's been two years since the Irish band broke up, but now Shane Filan is set to announce his first UK tour as a solo artist. The tour will see him play 13 shows across the UK and Ireland, including one night at the Eventim Apollo.
X Factor at Wembley Arena, London
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X Factor Live! — Wembley Arena

to Wembley Arena Now you can relive all the good bits from the X-Factor's 10th series when the stars come out on stage. New stars are waiting to be made, and you will have the chance to see them performing live at Wembley Arena. Catch X Factor at the Wembley Arena in London, between the 8th and 9th March.
 
Stranglers at Eventim Apollo, London
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The Stranglers, at the Hammersmith Apollo

Eventim Apollo The Stranglers will be celebrating their 40th anniversary with a string of dates up and down the UK. They intend to play songs from every studio album, so expect to hear big hits like "Always The Sun", "Golden Brown" and "No More Heroes".
Ellie Goulding at O2 Arena, London
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Ellie Goulding, at The O2

O2 Arena English singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding shot to fame when her debut album "Lights" went to No.1... now she's on a three-date arena tour to promote her follow-up "Halcyon".
 
Babyshambles at Roundhouse, London
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Babyshambles (with Pete Doherty)

Roundhouse Pete 'Peter' Doherty seems to have calmed down a bit of late, but lets hope it doesn't affect his music. Away from all the tabloid hoo haa, he's fronted two of the best bands of the last decade -- The Libertines and Babyshambles. Babyshambles third album "Sequel To The Prequel" was released last September, and you can hear them play tracks from it at the Roundhouse.
Matt Cardle at Wembley Arena, London
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Voice In A Million, with Matt Cardle

Wembley Arena Music gig at the Wembley Arena London. The dream of singing alongside a real popstar will come true for more than 5000 children at Wembley Arena, when they appear in the "Voice In A Million" charity concert. Matt Cardle will be there on the night, performing with a choir from his old school. He will also perform one song from his new album "Porcelain".
Franz Ferdinand at Roundhouse, London
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Franz Ferdinand, at the Roundhouse

to Roundhouse It seems a long time since we last heard anything from Franz Ferdinand, but now they're back with a brand-new album. "Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action" is their fourth studio album, and their first since 2009's "Tonight".
Country To Country Festival at O2 Arena, London
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C2C — Country To Country

to O2 Arena Some of the world's biggest country music stars will be heading across the Atlantic for two special nights in London.
 
Mike And The Mechanics at Eventim Apollo, London
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Mike + The Mechanics — at the Hammersmith Apollo

Eventim Apollo Following a six-year break Mike & The Mechanics came back with a brand-new album last year and have been touring ever since. The new line-up includes original member Paul Carrack, and new guys Andrew Roachford and Tim Howar. Mike And The Mechanics will be performing live in London during Mar 2014 at the Eventim Apollo.
Imelda May at Roundhouse, London
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Imelda May, at the Roundhouse

Roundhouse Concert in London at the Roundhouse. With a new album out in the early 2014, Imelda May's show at the Roundhouse is bound to include a few tracks from it, alongside some old favourites like "Johnny Got A Boom Boom" and "Inside Out".
 
Editors at Roundhouse, London
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Editors, at the Roundhouse

to Roundhouse Indie rock band and Mercury Prize nominees, The Editors, returned with a brand-new album "The Weight of your Love" last year, which led to a string of rave reviews and festival appearances at Glastonbury, Reading and Leeds. Now you can catch them back in London, when they play two nights at the Camden Roundhouse.
Gabrielle at Indigo, London
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Gabrielle, at the indigO2

Indigo Belinda Carlisle shot to fame in the 90s with her debut single "Dreams". She followed it up with big hits like "Going Nowhere", "Give Me A Little More Time" and "If You Ever". Now she's back in London with a gig at the indigO2.
 
Maximo Park at The Forum, London
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Maximo Park, at the Forum

The Forum Live music in London at the The Forum. Maximo Park have announced their first UK tour since 2012, in support of their fifthstudio album -- "Too Much Information".
Overtones at Indigo, London
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The Overtones, at the indigO2

to Indigo The Overtones are one of the smoothest doo-wap bands around, singing their own interpretations of pop, Motown and R&B classics. After the massive success of their debut album "Good Ol' Fashioned Love", they continue to tour with two nights at the indigO2. Catch Overtones at the Indigo in London, between the 21st and 22nd March.
 
X Factor at O2 Arena, London
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X Factor Live! — with Sam Bailey

to O2 Arena Now you can relive all the good bits from the X-Factor's 10th series when the stars come out on stage. You will be able to see Abi Alton, Hannah Barrett, Luke Friend, Nicholas McDonald, Rough Copy, Sam Callahan and Tamera Foster singing live, and of course the great Sam Bailey, who won this year's event.
Feeling at KOKO, London
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The Feeling, at KOKO

KOKO The Feeling are back on the road to plug their latest album -- "Boy Cried Wolf". This follows on from their classic debit "Twelve Stops and Home", and follow-ups "Join With Us" and "Together We Were Made". Feeling will be in London during March, for a concert at the KOKO.
 
Drake at O2 Arena, London
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Drake — “Would You Like A Tour”

to O2 Arena Grammy Award winning rapper Drake is bringing his "World You Like A Tour" tour to the O2 in March. His recent album "Take Care" topped the Billboard chart and his latest release "Nothing Was The Same" has already gone Platinum. A dynamic and passionate performer, Drake's performance is sure to be a powerful and visual spectacle.
Ed Sheeran at Royal Albert Hall, London
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Ed Sheeran, at the Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall Man-of-the-moment Ed Sheeran is on a high after he notched up two BRIT Awards and his debut LP went six-times platinum. He's even found time to duet with country pop starlet Taylor Swift. This is your chance to see him when he plays the Royal Albert Hall as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust's annual week concerts.
 
Paolo Nutini at Royal Albert Hall, London
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Paolo Nutini, at the Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall Music concert at the Royal Albert Hall London. Paolo Nutini is returning to the Royal Albert Hall as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust's annual week concerts. His new album "Caustic Love" will follow in April.
Katy B at KOKO, London
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Katy B, at KOKO

KOKO Katy B is setting off on a string of UK tour dates to plug the release of her second album "Little Red", which contains her new single "Crying For No Reason". This March will see Katy B performing live at the KOKO.
 
Onerepublic at Royal Albert Hall, London
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OneRepublic, at the Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall OneRepublic will be making their debut at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust's annual week concerts. The group hit the top spot in October with "Counting Stars", the opening track from their album "Native".
Wanted at O2 Arena, London
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The Wanted, at the O2 Arena

O2 Arena The Wanted released their third studio album "Word Of Mouth" at the end of the year, and it already includes four massive hit singles in "Chasing The Sun", "I Found You", "Walks Like Rihanna" and "We Own The Night". You can catch up with them when they play The O2 in March.
 
Status Quo at Eventim Apollo, London
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Status Quo … with the original line-up!

to Eventim Apollo After a phenomenally successful "one-off" show last year, the original Status Quo line-up of Francis Rossi, Rick Parfitt, Alan Lancaster and John Coghlan are getting back together for three more nights at the Apollo. Status Quo will be in London during March, for a concert at the Eventim Apollo.
Cure at Royal Albert Hall, London
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The Cure, at the Royal Albert Hall

Royal Albert Hall Live music in London at the Royal Albert Hall. The Cure are returning to the Royal Albert Hall as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust's annual week concerts. This year marks the 35th anniversary of their debut album "Three Imaginary Boys".
 
Toyah Willcox at Jazz Café, London
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Toyah Willcox, at the Jazz Cafe

Jazz Café It's been 30 years since her breakthrough album "Anthem" first hit the charts, and the flame-haired Toyah is still going strong. You can see her play at the Jazz Cafe in March.
Tinie Tempah at O2 Arena, London
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Tinie Tempah, at The O2

O2 Arena Tinie Tempah followed up his platinum selling debut "Disc-Overy" with a brand-new album -- "Demonstration". You can catch him when the plays The O2 in March.
 
 
 
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