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6 live events to book tickets for this week

If you’ve missed live events as much as we have over the past year or so, you’ll be desperate to get some dates in the diary now that restrictions are easing up. But where do you start, when there’s so much to catch up on? We’ve whittled down six of the most amazing live events you’ll want to book tickets for, in 2021 and 2022. There’s a mix of live music gigs and sporting events, and they’re all in some of the UK’s most incredible cities – from London to Leeds. The best news of all? We can get you to all of them with megabus. So, get that diary out, message your mates, and get booking…

1. Head to Oktoberfest South London
OK, so jumping on a plane to Munich might not be so easy this year. But fear not, because Oktoberfest is coming to London for three Sundays in October 2021, and it sounds absolutely brilliant. After skipping a year due to the pandemic, the event is back at Electric Brixton on October 2, 16 and 23. There will be live comedy, brass bands, and DJs, not to mention the all-important beer and bratwursts. Glass steins and lederhosen at the ready for this one.
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2. Watch the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham
Fancy seeing nest year’s sporting action up-close? Then you need to be really, really quick. The ballot for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games is now open, but it closes at 8pm on September 30. After that point tickets will be allocated based on what’s been applied for, so there will still be tickets available but it’ll be a case of what’s left. So submit your application ASAP – there are 286 sessions of sport to choose from, and tickets start from just £22.
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3. Book your early-bird tickets for Leeds Festival 2022
Leeds Festival is booked to go ahead from August 26 to 28, 2022, and tickets have just gone on sale. This year’s event was nothing short of incredible – with Blossoms and Wolf Alice on the Friday, Stormzy headlining on the Saturday, and Disclosure rounding things off on the Sunday. If that’s anything to go by, tickets to the 2022 festival will sell out quick. You know what you need to do.
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4. See Wolf Alice live in Manchester
If you’re into indie music you’ll probably already know that North Londoners Wolf Alice are touring the UK in January 2022, but did you know there are still tickets available? The Mercury Prize winners will be at the O2 Apollo Manchester for two nights only – January 12 and 13, 2022 – as part of their UK tour. But if you miss them there, don’t panic – they’ll move on to Sheffield, Liverpool and London after that.
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5. Bag an evening pass for No Bounds Festival
Sheffield’s coolest festival celebrates all things club culture from October 15-17, 2021. No Bounds promises a mix of art, technology and electronic music at Hope Works, a warehouse-turned-club with an unbeatable atmosphere. Although weekend passes are sold out, you can still get tickets for the evenings – including what promises to be an epic closing party on the Sunday.
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6. Get last-minute tickets to some amazing gigs in Bristol
There are loads of live music gigs coming up between now and Christmas in Bristol, so if you’re quick you can still snap up tickets. Ella Eyre takes to the stage at the O2 Academy Bristol on October 18, and there’s still some availability on tickets. Seasick Steve is doing his thing at the Bristol Hippodrome Theatre on November 17, and Jessie Ware is at the Marble Factory on December 11. Get those tickets sorted ASAP and you’ve got a great gig planned for every month. Call it a Christmas present to yourself.
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