Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall, Theatre Square

If you’re feeling blue from the change in weather, fear not, for this month Nottingham welcomes a star-studded line up in its most loved venues.

Kodaline @ Rock City – November 8

These Irish rockers are a nostalgic noughties favourite, and certainly will not disappoint. A fitting venue, Rock City is sure to be packed out.

Tickets £32.45

Squeeze @ Theatre Royal & Royal Concert Hall – November 9

Famous for hits such as Cool for Cats and Up the Junction, these Londoners represent everything new wave. Get yourself down to the Royal Concert Hall for a night of 70s magic.

Tickets from £39.60.

Little Mix @ Motorpoint Arena – November 11

The X Factor winners turned best-selling girl band will be at the Motorpoint Arena this month. Expect lots of dancing and girl power!

Tickets from £29.50

Sam Fender @ Rock City – November 11

New kid on the block and 2019 winner of the Critic’s Choice Brit award Sam Fender will certainly put on a good show, bringing some indie to Rock City.

Tickets from £20.72.

Rock City, Talbot Street

D Block Europe @ Rock City – November 13

Best known for their song Kitchen Kings, D Block Europe are emerging as a fresh new British talent.

Tickets from £22

Jake Bugg @ Rock City – November 16

Clifton native Jake Bugg is returning to Nottingham where it all began! Come down to Rock City to hear his greatest hits such as ‘Lightning Bolt’, ‘Trouble Town’ and ‘Two Fingers.’

Tickets start at £27.50

Bru-C @ Rescue Rooms – November 19

Nottingham favourite Bru-C is playing in his regular haunt, Be sure to expect a jam packed night full of baseline, raving, and potentially special guests!

Tickets available on the door.

Liam Gallagher @ Motorpoint Arena – November 26

This Oasis legend turned solo artist in his own right will certainly put on a great show. Expect to hear a mixture of oasis classics such as Don’t Look Back In Anger as well as more recent hits such as Wall of Glass.

Tickets from £41.40

The Motorpoint Arena, Bolero Square

Scouting For Girls @ Rock City – November 28

Expect to hear cult classics such as She’s So Lovely, This Ain’t A Love Song and Heartbeatn when the childhood friends turned best-selling band visit Rock City near the end of the month.

Tickets from £27.50

Happy Mondays @ Rock City – November 30

This show is sold out, but it is worth looking at resale websites as it would be a shame to miss these 90s Britpop legends. Expect to hear hits such as Hallelujah and Step On.