January 2019 gigs

12 North East gigs you won't want to miss in January 2019

A new year is upon us and with it an exciting range of live music, at venues big and small.

From pub gigs to arena shows, here's some of the nights out you should make an effort to see in the North East in the first month of 2019.

The Irish boy band, who have sold millions of albums around the world, are calling it a day, and their Thank You & Goodnight farewell tour calls at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle.

1. Boyzone, January 30

The Irish boy band, who have sold millions of albums around the world, are calling it a day, and their Thank You & Goodnight farewell tour calls at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle.
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The singer-songwriter from Wakefield has been described as "the most exciting voice in UK punk", and her new EP Street Revolution is out on January 11. She plays The Cluny 2 in Newcastle.

2. Louise Distras, January 24

The singer-songwriter from Wakefield has been described as "the most exciting voice in UK punk", and her new EP Street Revolution is out on January 11. She plays The Cluny 2 in Newcastle.
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The Edinburgh-based band, who won the Mercury Music Prize in 2014 for their album Dead, were meant to play the Boiler Shop in Newcastle in December. It's been rescheduled.

3. Young Fathers, January 22

The Edinburgh-based band, who won the Mercury Music Prize in 2014 for their album Dead, were meant to play the Boiler Shop in Newcastle in December. It's been rescheduled.
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This four-piece from Atlanta, Georgia, are one of the biggest names in prog metal, and their live shows have to be seen to be believed. You can catch them at the O2 Academy in Newcastle.

4. Mastodon, January 18

This four-piece from Atlanta, Georgia, are one of the biggest names in prog metal, and their live shows have to be seen to be believed. You can catch them at the O2 Academy in Newcastle.
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