Nottingham Gig Guide : February

A brief overview of what to look out for this month.


Roxy MusicCapital FM Arena02/02/11
Little CometsBodega Social Club03/02/11
Funeral PartyBodega Social Club05/02/11
The BraveryRescue Rooms06/02/11
I Like TrainsBodega Social Club07/02/11
The NME Awards Show 2011Rock City08/02/11
Bright EyesRescue Rooms09/02/11
British Sea PowerRescue Rooms10/02/11
The SaturdaysRoyal Concert Hall12/02/11
UltrasoundBodega Social Club12/02/11
MurderdollsRock City13/02/11
Miles KaneBodega Social Club14/02/11
FeederRock City14/02/11
Sleigh BellsRescue Rooms16/02/11
Shaun RyderRock City17/02/11
Reel Big FishRock City18/02/11
The Naked and FamousBodega Social Club18/02/11
Seth TroxlerStealth18/02/11
Tinie Tempah & Katy BRock City20/02/11
Roll DeepRescue Rooms20/02/11
The Go! TeamRescue Rooms21/02/11
James BluntRoyal Concert Hall21/02/11
Morning ParadeBodega Social Club23/02/11
Leddra Chapman & Ben MontagueRescue Rooms23/02/11
The StreetsRock City26/02/11
TerrorvisionRock City27/02/11
Senses FailRescue Rooms27/02/11

Our Picks

The NME Awards Show 2011 – Back again with another exciting line-up, this year’s NME Awards Show promises to be a banger. With the likes of Crystal Castles and Magnetic Man headlining, this looks to be one of the freshest gigs of the month.

Bright Eyes –It’s been quite a while since Conor Oberst and his band have played on British Soil, but the wait has definitely been worth it. The intimate 3 date tour coincides with the release of Bright Eyes’ new album, ‘The People’s Key’ so expect to hear new and old material alike. Who knows when Bright Eyes will gig again on these shores, so make sure you see them at Nottingham’s very own Rescue Rooms this month.

Sleigh Bells – One of the most exciting and innovative bands to come out of 2010, Sleigh Bells are sure to provide you with an experience you won’t forget. Head down to Bodega to check them out for yourself.

Seth Troxler – If you’ve been lucky enough to see Troxler before, then I’m jealous; if you haven’t seen him yet, then head down to Stealth on the 18th to see the DJ genius at work. If you’re tired of the likes of Detonate and Basslaced on a Friday night, then Zleep with Seth Troxler is sure to banish your Stealth blues.

3 Comments on this post.
  • dan
    25 January 2011 at 03:56
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    Bright Eyes sold out in a heartbeat but I got some tickets.

    Sleigh Bells will be very worth going to. But they are playign at THE RESCUE ROOMS not Bodega.

  • dan
    25 January 2011 at 06:03
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    should have put a smiley face on the end there too! 😉


  • Rosie Kynman – Music Editor
    26 January 2011 at 07:19
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    Ah Dan, I realised I had made this mistake as soon as I put the guide up, woops!
    And yeah, Bright Eyes sold out ridiculously quick. I’m going so I’ll write a review on here and let you know how it goes.

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