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Tuesday 8th July Onsales…

★ Tuesday’s Updates ★ ★15 Kasabian + The Maccabees, extra show added to…..

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Monday 3rd March Onsales…

★ Monday’s Updates ★ ★26 Justin Timberlake and The Killers confirmed to headline…..

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Friday 31st May Onsales…

★ Friday’s Updates ★ ★8 Lee Nelson… LIVE! 2 shows for the capital,…..

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Friday 22nd March Onsales…

★ Friday’s Updates ★ ★11 Stereophonics add a 3rd date at Cardiff Arena,…..

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Thursday 29th November Onsales…

★ Wednesday’s Updates ★ ★11 Les Miserables, extra matinee show at Queen’s Theatre…..

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Saturday 29th September Onsales…

★ Weekend Updates ★ ★1 Depeche Mode, a German music site announces the…..

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Thursday 5th April Onsales…

★ Thursday’s Updates @ 3.20pm ★ ★10 Jerry Seinfeld, front block tickets released…..

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Friday 18th November Onsales…

★ Friday’s Updates ★ ★15 Florence and the Machine look set to announce…..


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