11th April 2021
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Concerts happening in March

JESS GLYNNE – The British singer-songwriter is currently on tour in Europe promoting her second album, Always In Between (2018), which replicated the success of her 2015 debut record, I Cry When I Laugh, by going straight in at number 1 in the UK charts.
Madrid: 1 March, La Riviera, time TBC. From 25€
Barcelona: 2 March, Sala Apolo, 8pm. From 25€
More info: livenation.es

DEACON BLUE – Performing as part of the Festival Mil·lenni, the popular Scottish band visit Barcelona as part of their ’30 years and counting’ tour, which celebrates their three decades (to date) of making music.
Barcelona: 6 March, Sala Apolo, 9pm. From 30€
More info: festival-millenni.com

SLASH – The renowned guitarist from Guns N’ Roses comes to Madrid in company of Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators to present their joint album, Living The Dream.
Barcelona: 12 March, Sant Jordi Club, 9.30pm. 64€
 13 March, WiZink Center, 9.30pm. 64€
More info: livenation.es

TWENTY ØNE PILØTS – US hip hop and alternative rock duo Twenty Øne Piløts (aka pianist Tyler Joseph and drummer Josh Dun) are travelling the world on their ‘Bandito Tour’, which includes two dates in Spain.
Barakaldo: 15 March, Bizkaia Arena BEC, 9pm. From 50.50€
Madrid: 16 March, WiZink Center, 8pm. From 40€
More info: livenation.es

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Florence + The Machine come to Spain at the end of March. (Live Nation)

FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE – Florence Welch and her band return to Spain with their latest studio album, High As Hope, which features collaborations with the likes of Jamie XX, Kamasi Washington and Sampha.
Barcelona: 20 March, Palau Sant Jordi, 8pm. From 50€.
21 March, WiZink Center, 9pm. From 46€.
More info: livenation.es

SHAWN MENDES – The young Canadian pop musician and model, who was named by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world last year, comes to Barcelona as part of a major European tour to promote his third album. 
26 March, Palau Sant Jordi, 9pm. From 42€.
More info: shawnmendesthetour.com

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