Posted: 5 March 2018
If you’re anything like us, you’ll already be thinking about where your favourite bands are going to be this month. Well worry not. We’ve got the lowdown of all the endorser gigs happening in March 2018.
Alice Cooper live on stage is not a spectacle you want to miss and remarkably there are still tickets up for grabs. His live band, including Ryan Roxie, Tommy Henriksen and Nita Strauss, will all be joining him as he tours the USA and Canada.
After the release of ‘Spitting Image’ last year, The Strypes are giving their fans another chance to see them on stage with dates in the UK and USA.
Dropkick Murphys’ annual celebration of St. Patrick’s Day is back and bigger than ever. They’ll be accompanied by special guests as they tour America before finishing with an exclusive St. Patrick’s Day after party in Boston. Proceeds from the House of Blues After Party will go towards The Claddagh Fund, a cause close to the band’s heart.
The wild hip-hop band from Hungary will be touring their home country this month, bringing their chill vibes to the masses.
If you want hear what a rock god sounds like then you’ll definitely want to see Robin Trower live on stage. You can catch him in the USA from 7 March.
Citizens of Germany and Switzerland get ready to rock because Gotthard are coming to a venue near you. Their ‘Defrosted II’ tour kicks off on 8 March.
Black Star Riders are making their way across America, teaming up with Saxon and Judas Priest along the way.
2017 was a hugely successful year for Kasabian. Not only did they get back on the road but they also released their sixth studio album. There’ll be plenty of opportunities to see them this year too, starting off with a stand-alone gig in support of the Teenage Cancer Trust. You can catch them at the Royal Albert Hall on 24 March.
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Following on from a spectacular album release in January, Special Providence are hitting the road with their latest album ‘Will’. Their tour kicks off in Tel Aviv on 24 March.
The heavy metal rockers finish off their Thunderbolt tour with three gigs in Germany before heading to America to join Judas Priest and Black Star Riders.
Legendary drummer Budgie is back on the road with John Grant, who’ll be joining Elbow as a special guest for part of his tour. This unique lineup are only performing on four dates in the UK and you don’t want to miss them.
With festival season already underway in Australia, Mogwai are getting in on the action. You can also catch the Scottish fourpiece in China later this month.
Editors start their tour in their hometown of Birmingham, the first of three shows promoting their new album ‘Violence’, released on 9 March. They’ll also be touring Europe for the rest of the month.
Folk rock is coming to Europe. Oysterband are giving you three opportunities to get your fix of folk music this month.
Country star Phil Vassar is hitting the road with his bassist Steve Cook with several North American shows this month.
The Hunna definitely appear to have their hearts set on world domination this year. After non-stop gigs in the UK and Europe, the English rockers are now off to America. We’re excited to see what’s next for the band, with their eagerly anticipated second album due in May.
Hatebreed have one solo gig at House of Blues, Boston, before heading off on their '20 Years of Desire and 15 Years of Perserverance' tour. They’ll be joined by Crowbar, The Acacia Strain and Twitching Tongues as they celebrate the anniversaries of their first and second albums.
Attention all New Yorkers. Don’t miss your opportunity to see Marko drum alongside Michael Powers and Clarence Spady for a perfect bluesy evening. He’ll be at Terra Blues, New York for two nights this month.
Issues are making the most of festival season in Australia before heading to Japan as part of the Warped Tour. They’ll be performing with a mix of bands this month including Good Charlotte, Limp Bizkit, Neck Deep and Tonight Alive.
The Darkness fans will have lots of chances to see them perform live as they travel through America. Their North American tour begins at the end of the month and is set to continue right through April.