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Green Day at The O2 in London

Green Day | The O2 | 8 February 2017

(Photos taken from the crowd using a Sony point-and-shoot)

When it comes to arena rock shows, Green Day know that more is always more. So, over the course of two-and-a-half hours, we get fireworks, thunderclaps, flames, confetti, T-shirt guns, water hoses, people pulled up on stage to sing and play guitar, Freddie Mercury-style singalongs, and even the saxophone solo from ‘Careless Whisper’.

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The Cure at Wembley Arena

Over three nights at Wembley Arena, Robert Smith led The Cure through marathon three-hour sets that ran the gamut from their 1979 debut album ‘Three Imaginary Boys’ to brand-new unreleased songs.

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Editors & Manic Street Preachers at Royal Albert Hall

Manic Street Preachers are celebrating the 20th anniversary of ‘Everything Must Go’ with a major UK tour celebrating the album that features hits like ‘A Design For Life’ and ‘Australia’.

In London, James Dean Bradfield, Nicky Wire, and Sean Moore sold out Royal Albert Hall on two successive nights during which they first played the album in full before picking highlights from their back catalogue, including ‘You Love Us’, ‘Motorcycle Emptiness’, ‘If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next’, and ‘Walk Me To The Bridge’.



U2 brought their iNNOCENCE + eXPERIENCE tour to London’s O2 Arena  for six shows between 25 October and 3 November 2015.

The third show of the run saw Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr bring ‘New Year’s Day’ and ‘Bad’ back into the setlist, while Patti Smith joined the group to end the night with a rousing rendition of ‘People Have The Power’.

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Son Lux at Village Underground

Fronted by Ryan Lott, Son Lux performed songs from their latest album, ‘Bones’, as well as past hits like ‘Easy’ and ‘Lost It To Trying’ to a sold-out Village Underground on 21 October 2015. The group, rounded out by drummer Ian Chang and guitarist  Rafiq Bhatia, were supported on the emotionally charged night by Olga Bell and Barbarossa.

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Foo Fighters at Milton Keynes Bowl

Foo Fighters played the first of their two postponed Wembley Stadium shows to a capacity crowd at Milton Keynes Bowl. Opening their two-hour set with a punchy ‘Everlong’, the band powered through songs from their new album, ‘Sonic Highways’, as well as their greatest hits, some oldies, and a few fan requests.  Queen’s Roger Taylor and Led Zeppelin’s John Paul Jones guested on a cover of ‘Under Pressure’, but even the rock legends couldn’t upstage Dave Grohl who ruled the night from his throne of guitars.

Support came courtesy of Royal Blood and Iggy Pop.

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Against Me! & The Gaslight Anthem at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

The Gaslight Anthem’s penultimate show before taking a “step away from the band until we decide what we’d like to do next” was a celebration of their greatest hits and fan favourites played to a sold-out O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

Against Me! fired up the heaving crowd with a powerful set, while The Gaslight Anthem’s “most favourite person in the whole of England”, Frank Turner, showed up to duet on ‘Great Expectations’.