Get Your Jake Bugg tickets For His Spring 2013 Tour
08 Mar 2013
Jake Bugg tickets have gone on sale earlier today for the indie kid’s new dates in October and November 2013.
Following his BRIT Award nomination, Jake Bugg is the new rising star on the alternative scene. His self-titled album, “Jake Bugg” came out in October 2012 and reached #1 in the UK charts and a Platinum certification.
Portsmouth, Portsmouth Guildhall, (Sun., 24 March 2013)
Bristol, O2 Academy, (Mon., 25 March 2013)
Southend-on-Sea, Southend Cliffs Pavilion, (Tues., 26 March 2013)
Leicester, O2 Academy, (Thu., 28 March 2013)
York, York Barbican Centre, (Fri., 29 March 2013)
Carlisle, Sands Centre (Sat., 30 March 2013)
Bournemouth, BIC (19th October 2013)
Plymouth Pavilions (20th October 2013)
Brighton Centre (22nd October 2013)
London, Brixton Academy (23rd October 2013)
Swindon, Oasis Leisure Centre (27th October 2013)
Birmingham O2 Academy (28th October 2013)
Birmingham O2 Academy (29th October 2013)
Glasgow O2 Academy (31st October 2013)
Glasgow O2 Academy (1st November 2013)
Doncaster, The Dome (2nd November 2013)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (6th November 2013)
Doncaster, Doncaster Dome, (Sat 9th November 2013)
Birmingham, O2 Academy, (Sun 10th November 2013)
Blackpool, Empress Ballroom, (Tue 12th November 2013)
O2 Apollo, Manchester, (Wed 13th November 2013)
Jake Bugg found himself in the headlines in recent weeks for remarks he made about teen-uber-stars, One Direction. This latest pop feud between Jake Bugg and One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan has amused many and angered legions of One Direction supporters.
The Lightning Bolt star branded One Direction’s music ‘terrible’ and questioned the band’s integrity and success. In an interview with Shortlist, Jake Bugg was quoted:
" People call One Direction the new Beatles because they broke America, but that don’t mean a thing. I mean, One Direction must know that they’re terrible. They must know. Calling them the new rock stars is a ridiculous statement. And people should stop making it."
This received a swift response from One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson, who took to Twitter “Hi @JakeBugg do you think slagging off boy bands makes you more indie?”
The music press has since been asking the question, which side you’re on and with the forthcoming Jake Bugg tour dates in March and later this year in October and November, you can make up your own mind. Get your Jake Bugg tickets and see if Jake Bugg and his music can take on the X Factor boys.