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Here are all the events and concerts lined up for 2021, with the likes of Stormzy, Paw Patrol Live and Blondie, there’s something for everyone to look forward to.

With almost every event being cancelled or postponed this year, everyone is ready to go out in 2021! There have been times this year where we all thought there was no going back to ‘normal’, which has been devastating.

However, with the new vaccine looking promising there is hope. With this in mind, it gives all the more reason to start planning a fun-filled year. While the Motorpoint is currently closed due to government guidelines, they plan to have plenty to offer in the coming new year.

January:

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8th  A Vision of Elvis

After A Vision of Elvis was cancelled earlier this year, it is being brought back to life on 8 January 2021. You would also think it is fate as that date is his birthday! This number one tribute show – with Rob Kinglsey – is bringing their tour to Nottingham after performing to thousands of fans worldwide. This show offers an ‘epic audio-visual journey through like you’ve never seen before’.

Tickets stand at £29.20.

March:

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16th – UB40

Another event that had to be rescheduled for the new year was UB40. The English reggae and pop band are scheduled to perform on 16 March 2021. With their debut album being considered ‘one of the greatest reggae albums ever released by a British band’, having 40 hit singles, and more than 100 million records sold, it would be a waste to miss it!

Tickets range from £43.50-£57.50.

18th – Premier League Darts

After Nottingham has become one of the most popular venues in this circuit, the event returns on 18 March 2021. World champion, Peter Wright and world number one, Michael van Gerwen should be attending the season.

Tickets not yet on sale.

24th – The Who plus special guest Connor Selby

Along with many others, this event had to be rescheduled and is now showcasing on 24 March 2021. The iconic rock band bring their UK arena tour to Nottingham. Who would want to miss this?

Tickets range from £74-£141.20.

April:

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9th – Stormzy

Once again, this event has been rescheduled for 9 April 2021. This world tour is considered to be ‘one of the most highly anticipated tours of 2021’.

Tickets and experiences range from £40.40-£165.50pp.

22nd – André Rieu

Rescheduled to 22 April 2021, this worldwide classical music act brings its magic to Nottingham this year, showcasing dazzling melodies from film, musical, opera and operetta, as well as traditional soundtracks.

Tickets and experiences ranging from £51.60-£225.70pp.

29th – Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott NHS concert

Rescheduled to the 29 April 2021. This is a free event for NHS frontline staff only, to show thanks and appreciation.

Tickets are limited to two per person (NHS staff member and one guest).

May:

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1st & 2nd – EM-Con 2021

This was rescheduled to the 1 and 2 May. Many guest appearances have been booked for this year’s event.

Tickets and passes range from £9.04-£47.20.

11th – Rick Astley plus special guest KT Tunstall

Rescheduled for 11 May 2021. The tour is celebrating his release of ‘The Best of Me’.

Tickets and experiences range from £32-£143pp.

14th – McFly

Rescheduled to the 14 May. This major pop act has returned to tour. They are ready to perform not only recent songs but their popular mega-hits such as ‘All About You’ and ‘Star Girl’.

Tickets and experiences ranging from £51.60-£138pp.

17th & 18th – Little Mix

Global superstars Little Mix hit Nottingham with their Confetti Tour. The girls will be performing many songs from their brand-new album ‘Confetti’, along with older hits such as ‘Shout Out To My Ex’. Little Mix has collaborated with Black Minds Matter UK, and Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy charities. £1 per ticket will be evenly distributed between them.

Tickets and experiences ranging from £35.84-£132.50pp.

21st – D-Block Europe

Following the release of their debut album ‘The Blueprint – Us Vs. Them’, the duo announces their biggest tour yet.

Tickets and experiences ranging from £32.58-£85pp.

22nd – Pussycat Dolls

This is a rescheduled event for the 22 May 2021. This pop sensation girl group reunite for a UK tour, making a stop at Nottingham!

Tickets and experiences ranging from £34.80-£118pp.

June:

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19th – HAIM

22nd & 23rd – JLS

July:

5th – Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

August:

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4th – Paw Patrol Live

21st – Simple Minds

September:

17th – The Specials

27th – Dua Lipa

October:

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8th – Simply Red

9th – The Four Tops and The Temptations plus special guest Odyssey

16th – Nothing But Thieves

21st – Professor Brian Cox

November:

3rd – Steps

12th – Blondie with special guest Garbage

26th – Pete Tong Presents Ibiza Classics

December:

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7th – Gary Barlow

16th – Steve Steinman’s Anything For Love – The Meat Loaf Story

17th – The Magic of Motown

18th – Michael Ball & Alfie Boe

23rd – Bill Bailey

With all this and without a doubt, more to come, 2021 is looking a lot brighter than 2020.