Although this year’s summer festival season is all but over, there’s still plenty of gigs happening on a daily basis, all over the UK. Here at HTF, we’ve sifted through the extensive national gig guide to let you know which venues you should be queuing outside of this month. We are nice, aren’t we?!Source: Promo
Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly – The Forum, London – Friday 12th September
Sam Duckworth, better known as Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly, will take to the stage for the final time on Friday 12th September at The Forum in London. Yeah, the last time, ever. That means, if you don’t go this time, you won’t get another chance to see him in action as GCWCF. Understood? Cool. Go and get a ticket then.
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Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls – Alban Arena, St Albans – Monday 15th September
Accompanied by the Sleeping Souls, Frank Turner has straying far off the beaten track on his next UK tour, stopping off in places like Margate, Lincoln, and Truro. The “London” date of this tour takes place in St Albans, rather than the conventional Shepherds Bush or Kentish Town, but his live shows are more than worth venturing out of the capital for.
Beartooth – The Roundhouse, Manchester – Friday 19th September
Beartooth‘s debut album, Disgusting, blew our minds earlier this year, and now it’s time for them to transfer their signature energy and aggression on to the live stage. They slayed it last time they were in the UK with Of Mice & Men, too, so everything about this show screams chaos. The Roundhouse, brace yourself.
Modern Baseball – The Cockpit 2, Leeds – Tuesday 23rd September
The latest Pop Punk sensations, Modern Baseball, are hitting up The Cockpit 2 in Leeds towards the end of September, and it’s no surprise that they’ve sold out this intimate venue. This will probably be the last time fans will get to see them so up close and personal, as they’ll no doubt head for bigger things once this tour is over.
King 810 – O2 Academy 2, Birmingham – Thursday 25th September
King 810 kick off the series of Download Freezes Over tours that will hit the UK this winter. The release of their new album, Memoirs of a Murderer, has caused a stir in the music scene for a variety of reasons, so now is the perfect opportunity to check out what they’re all about. Plus, they sound a bit like Slipknot, so need we say more?