Dreammy Music Blog fetches all the major news around the web to keep you always update with the music you love

Category archive

Events

Dua Lipa announces 2018 UK and Ireland arena tour

in Artist/Events/Music by

The ‘New Rules’ star will be playing her biggest shows to date

Dua Lipa live

Dua Lipa has announced details of her biggest headline shows to date – with a new UK and Ireland tour coming …Continue reading »

The post Dua Lipa announces 2018 UK and Ireland arena tour appeared first on NME.

Source link: NME

Buy Tickets

The ‘New Rules’ star will be playing her biggest shows to date

Dua Lipa has announced details of her biggest headline shows to date – with a new UK and Ireland tour coming in 2018. Full dates and ticket details are below.

The NME Award-winning star, who recently pulled one of the biggest crowds at Glastonbury 2017 and landed a number one single with ‘New Rules‘, will be capping off Keep Reading

Muse play final confirmed festival show of 2017 as they headline Life Is Beautiful

in Artist/Events/Music by

Sigrid, Cage The Elephant and Broods also performed on the second day of the Las Vegas festival

Muse closed day two of Life Is Beautiful in Las Vegas

Muse rounded off their festival commitments for 2017 with a headline performance at Las Vegas’ Life Is Beautiful tonight (September …Continue reading »

The post Muse play final confirmed festival show of 2017 as they headline Life Is Beautiful appeared first on NME.

Source link: NME

Buy Tickets

Sigrid, Cage The Elephant and Broods also performed on the second day of the Las Vegas festival

Muse rounded off their festival commitments for 2017 with a headline performance at Las Vegas’ Life Is Beautiful tonight (September 23). 

The band currently only have four more live dates confirmed for the rest of the year, all of which are their own headline shows.

Taking to the Downtown Stage at 10:50pm, the trio ran through a career-spanning set similar to that which they aired during their Reading & Leeds headline performances last month. They began with ‘Dig Down’ and ‘Psycho’, after which frontman Matt Bellamy greeted the sizeable crowd: “Good evening Las Vegas!”

After ‘Butterflies & Hurricanes’, he shouted “Las Vegas, let me hear you!” before teasing the crowd with bursts of buzzing guitar noise. The band then launched into ‘Plug In Baby’. Later, after Stockholm Syndrome’, Bellamy threw his guitar on the floor before being handed a fresh instrument and immediately segueing into ‘Supermassive Black Hole’.

Hundreds of Foo Fighters fans turned away from The O2 after ticket mix-up

in Artist/Events by

Scores of ticketholders were refused entry at the door for failing to show photo ID which matched their booking

The O2 in London

Hundreds of Foo Fighters fans were turned away at the door of their huge London gig at The O2 last …Continue reading »

The post Hundreds of Foo Fighters fans turned away from The O2 after ticket mix-up appeared first on NME.

Source link: NME

Scores of ticketholders were refused entry at the door for failing to show photo ID which matched their booking

Hundreds of Foo Fighters fans were turned away at the door of their huge London gig at The O2 last night (September 19) after falling victim to a ticketing mix-up.

The Dave Grohl-led band played a career-spanning set during their one-off show at the 20,000-capacity venue, which was reported to be sold out.

However, hundreds of ticketholders were denied entry to the gig for failing Keep Reading

Red Hot Chili Peppers cover The Stooges, Funkadelic and Stevie Wonder as they close The Meadows 2017

in Events/Lifestyle/Music by

The Californian band headlined the third and final day of the NYC festival

Red Hot Chili Peppers headlined the final day of The Meadows

Red Hot Chili Peppers included a trio of covers in their set as they headlined the second edition of The …Continue reading »

The post Red Hot Chili Peppers cover The Stooges, Funkadelic and Stevie Wonder as they close The Meadows 2017 appeared first on NME.

Source link: NME

The Californian band headlined the third and final day of the NYC festival

Red Hot Chili Peppers included a trio of covers in their set as they headlined the second edition of The Meadows.

The New York festival took place at Citi Field in Queens and also featured performances from the likes of Jay-ZGorillazSky Ferreira, Nas, LL Cool J, De La Soul and more across the weekend.

The Californian band closed out the third and final day tonight (September 17) with a set that spanned their career. Beginning with ‘Can’t Stop’, they played 18 songs Keep Reading

1 2 3 56
Go to Top