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    • Slipknot & Behemoth

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      The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      18 January 2020 (Saturday), 19:30

       

      Slipknot is an American heavy metal band from Des Moines, Iowa. Slipknot was founded in 1995 by percussionist Shawn Crahan, Joey Jordison (drums) & Paul Gray (base guitar).

       

      The band is well known for its attention grabbing image, aggressive style of music & chaotic live shows.

      The band rapidly rose to success following the release of their eponymous debut album in 1999. The 2001 follow-up album, Iowa, although darker in tone, made the band more popular. After a brief hiatus, Slipknot returned in 2004 with Vol. 3: (The Subliminal Verses), before going on another hiatus and returning in 2008 with its fourth album, All Hope Is Gone, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart.

      After another long hiatus, Slipknot released its fifth studio album, .5: The Gray Chapter, in 2014. Their sixth studio album, We Are Not Your Kind, was released on August 9, 2019. The band has released two live albums titled 9.0: Live and Day of the Gusano: Live in Mexico, a compilation album titled Antennas to Hell, and five live DVDs.

       

      Slipknot has sold 30 million records worldwide.

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    • Schoolboy Q

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      O2 Academy Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      25 January 2020 (Saturday), 19:00

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    • Bombay Bicycle Club

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      Barrowland, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      28 January 2020 (Tuesday), 19:00

       

      Bombay Bicycle Club are an English indie rock band from Crouch End, London.

       

      Band members are Jack Steadman (lead vocals, guitar and piano), Jamie MacColl (guitar), Suren de Saram (drums) and Ed Nash (bass).

       

      The band is guitar-fronted and have experimented with different genres, including folk, electronica, world music and indie rock.

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    • KSI

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      The Garage, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      28 January 2020 (Tuesday), 19:00

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    • Sturgill Simpson

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      Old Fruit Market, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      31 January 2020 (Friday), 19:00

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    • Mabel

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      O2 Academy Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      01 February 2020 (Saturday), 19:00

       

       

      Mabel Alabama Pearl McVey, known also as Mabel, is an English singer and songwriter. Mabel rose to fame in 2017, with "Finders Keepers" becoming her first UK top 10 single.

       

      Her debut studio album, High Expectations, is set to be released on 2 August 2019; it includes the UK top 10 singles "Don't Call Me Up" and "Mad Love".

       

      In January 2019, Mabel was nominated for British Breakthrough Act at the 39th Brit Awards and released "Don't Call Me Up", which debuted at number 11 on the UK Singles Chart. The song peaked at number three, becoming her highest-charting single to date. In June 2019, she released "Mad Love", the second single from her debut studio album, High Expectations, which debuted at number 18 in the UK.

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    • Strictly Come Dancing Live 2020

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      The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      01 February 2020 (Saturday), 14:30

      If you like Dancing with the Stars, you might have heard about Strictly Come Dancing. Strictly Come Dancing is a British dancing show that airs on public television platforms across the UK. The platform is used by celebrities and professional dancers to showcase their moves. A celebrity is paired with a dancer and are required to perform unique dances, usually based on Latin and ballroom dances. The show has racked up millions of views of the years, and its popularity seems to be on an upwards curve.

       

      Fans of Strictly Come Dancing can actually see the dances as they’re being performed and watch the show recording in real time. The first date for this event is on January 18th in the Arena Birmingham, followed by Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow, and Nottingham. The final performance for 2019 is to be held on February 10th in London, Great Britain.

       

      Strictly Come Dancing Background

       

      Strictly Come Dancing has been a popular daytime TV show since its first air on BBC in 2004. From then on, the dancers have become more skilled and the general setting of the show has improved. This same style of a dance show is seen across the world, from South Africa (which has its own version of the show with the same name), to the US, which follows a similar style along with a different name. The show has currently gone through 16 series and 235 episodes. There have also been related shows subsequent to Strictly Come Dancing, like Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two.

       

      Strictly Come Dancing’s Greatest Contestants

       

      With the combination of outrageous dancing and celebrities, there are bound to be some excellent shows. Some of the best competitors on Strictly Come Dancing were Tom Chambers, Caroline Flack, Stacey Dooley, Ore Oduba, and Harry Judd.

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    • Strictly Come Dancing Live 2020

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      The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      01 February 2020 (Saturday), 19:30

      If you like Dancing with the Stars, you might have heard about Strictly Come Dancing. Strictly Come Dancing is a British dancing show that airs on public television platforms across the UK. The platform is used by celebrities and professional dancers to showcase their moves. A celebrity is paired with a dancer and are required to perform unique dances, usually based on Latin and ballroom dances. The show has racked up millions of views of the years, and its popularity seems to be on an upwards curve.

       

      Fans of Strictly Come Dancing can actually see the dances as they’re being performed and watch the show recording in real time. The first date for this event is on January 18th in the Arena Birmingham, followed by Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow, and Nottingham. The final performance for 2019 is to be held on February 10th in London, Great Britain.

       

      Strictly Come Dancing Background

       

      Strictly Come Dancing has been a popular daytime TV show since its first air on BBC in 2004. From then on, the dancers have become more skilled and the general setting of the show has improved. This same style of a dance show is seen across the world, from South Africa (which has its own version of the show with the same name), to the US, which follows a similar style along with a different name. The show has currently gone through 16 series and 235 episodes. There have also been related shows subsequent to Strictly Come Dancing, like Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two.

       

      Strictly Come Dancing’s Greatest Contestants

       

      With the combination of outrageous dancing and celebrities, there are bound to be some excellent shows. Some of the best competitors on Strictly Come Dancing were Tom Chambers, Caroline Flack, Stacey Dooley, Ore Oduba, and Harry Judd.

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    • Strictly Come Dancing Live 2020

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      The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      02 February 2020 (Sunday), 13:30

      If you like Dancing with the Stars, you might have heard about Strictly Come Dancing. Strictly Come Dancing is a British dancing show that airs on public television platforms across the UK. The platform is used by celebrities and professional dancers to showcase their moves. A celebrity is paired with a dancer and are required to perform unique dances, usually based on Latin and ballroom dances. The show has racked up millions of views of the years, and its popularity seems to be on an upwards curve.

       

      Fans of Strictly Come Dancing can actually see the dances as they’re being performed and watch the show recording in real time. The first date for this event is on January 18th in the Arena Birmingham, followed by Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow, and Nottingham. The final performance for 2019 is to be held on February 10th in London, Great Britain.

       

      Strictly Come Dancing Background

       

      Strictly Come Dancing has been a popular daytime TV show since its first air on BBC in 2004. From then on, the dancers have become more skilled and the general setting of the show has improved. This same style of a dance show is seen across the world, from South Africa (which has its own version of the show with the same name), to the US, which follows a similar style along with a different name. The show has currently gone through 16 series and 235 episodes. There have also been related shows subsequent to Strictly Come Dancing, like Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two.

       

      Strictly Come Dancing’s Greatest Contestants

       

      With the combination of outrageous dancing and celebrities, there are bound to be some excellent shows. Some of the best competitors on Strictly Come Dancing were Tom Chambers, Caroline Flack, Stacey Dooley, Ore Oduba, and Harry Judd.

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    • Strictly Come Dancing Live 2020

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      The SSE Hydro, Glasgow, United Kingdom

      02 February 2020 (Sunday), 18:30

      If you like Dancing with the Stars, you might have heard about Strictly Come Dancing. Strictly Come Dancing is a British dancing show that airs on public television platforms across the UK. The platform is used by celebrities and professional dancers to showcase their moves. A celebrity is paired with a dancer and are required to perform unique dances, usually based on Latin and ballroom dances. The show has racked up millions of views of the years, and its popularity seems to be on an upwards curve.

       

      Fans of Strictly Come Dancing can actually see the dances as they’re being performed and watch the show recording in real time. The first date for this event is on January 18th in the Arena Birmingham, followed by Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow, and Nottingham. The final performance for 2019 is to be held on February 10th in London, Great Britain.

       

      Strictly Come Dancing Background

       

      Strictly Come Dancing has been a popular daytime TV show since its first air on BBC in 2004. From then on, the dancers have become more skilled and the general setting of the show has improved. This same style of a dance show is seen across the world, from South Africa (which has its own version of the show with the same name), to the US, which follows a similar style along with a different name. The show has currently gone through 16 series and 235 episodes. There have also been related shows subsequent to Strictly Come Dancing, like Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two.

       

      Strictly Come Dancing’s Greatest Contestants

       

      With the combination of outrageous dancing and celebrities, there are bound to be some excellent shows. Some of the best competitors on Strictly Come Dancing were Tom Chambers, Caroline Flack, Stacey Dooley, Ore Oduba, and Harry Judd.

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