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Latitude Festival is an annual music festival which takes place in  Henham Park, Suffolk, has had an eclectic mix of bands and acts  headlining, such as Franz Ferdinand, Crystal Castles, Blondie and  Interpol. Latitude isn’t just about music, it has a full spectrum of art  including film, comedy, theatre, dance, poetry and literature together  for a fun-filled, cultural adventure by the sea. Don’t miss out, today is the final day to get  your Latitude tickets today on Save Me a Ticket.
With Latitude Fast approaching with only 2days to go and four stages with a wonderous amount of acts why would you want to miss this festival?
With the likes of Suede, Paolo Nutini, Ed Sheeran, Paloma Faith, Glasvegas, The Vaccines, I am Kloot, Eels, Cats Eyes, Yellowire, Dutch Uncles and James Blake, this is an event that cannot be missed. With many more artists from accross the Globe the Latitude goers are due for a magnificent treat!
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Latitude Festival is an annual music festival which takes place in Henham Park, Suffolk, has had an eclectic mix of bands and acts headlining, such as Franz Ferdinand, Crystal Castles, Blondie and Interpol. Latitude isn’t just about music, it has a full spectrum of art including film, comedy, theatre, dance, poetry and literature together for a fun-filled, cultural adventure by the sea. Don’t miss out, today is the final day to get your Latitude tickets today on Save Me a Ticket.

With Latitude Fast approaching with only 2days to go and four stages with a wonderous amount of acts why would you want to miss this festival?

With the likes of Suede, Paolo Nutini, Ed Sheeran, Paloma Faith, Glasvegas, The Vaccines, I am Kloot, Eels, Cats Eyes, Yellowire, Dutch Uncles and James Blake, this is an event that cannot be missed. With many more artists from accross the Globe the Latitude goers are due for a magnificent treat!

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Jessie J cancels many Summer UK festivals…
Unfortunately Songstress Jessie J has been forced to cancel her performances due to damaging the tarsals in her ankle. She has been told by her doctors that she must rest for several weeks so that her ankle will heal properly.
In a Personal Statement Jessie Has said:
'Sorry doesn't feel enough to say, I am devastated for my fans that I  know have been waiting to see me and working hard for tickets. I was so  excited about the summer and I'm as upset as you all are. But  unfortunately these things happen. I have to remain positive and I  promise I will make it up later in the year.' 
This means Jessie J will no longer be playing at T in The Park, Oxegen, T4 On The Beach as well as several other events.
I do hope that Ms Jessie J Gets well soon.

Jessie J cancels many Summer UK festivals…

Unfortunately Songstress Jessie J has been forced to cancel her performances due to damaging the tarsals in her ankle. She has been told by her doctors that she must rest for several weeks so that her ankle will heal properly.

In a Personal Statement Jessie Has said:

'Sorry doesn't feel enough to say, I am devastated for my fans that I know have been waiting to see me and working hard for tickets. I was so excited about the summer and I'm as upset as you all are. But unfortunately these things happen. I have to remain positive and I promise I will make it up later in the year.'

This means Jessie J will no longer be playing at T in The Park, Oxegen, T4 On The Beach as well as several other events.

I do hope that Ms Jessie J Gets well soon.

Devlin is a grime MC hailing from Dagenham in Essex. Devlin’s talent was spotted by fellow O.T Crew member Dogzilla and in 2006 he went on to release his debut mixtape ‘Tales from the Crypt’ which received wild praise within the grime community.
As well as being a member of the O.T crew he is also in The Movement along with many other grime artists like Ghetts and Scorcher.
Within a short amount of time Devlin has managed create his place in the grime scene and has become one of the hottest MCs in the countrys because of his energetic bars and flow.
Devlin has become a great success and does many shows and festivals around the UK; he has a few dates coming up in September:
22/09/11 - Electric Palace, Dorset
23/09/11 - Princess Pavilion, Falmouth
24/09/11 - Phoneix Arts Centre - Exeter
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Devlin is a grime MC hailing from Dagenham in Essex. Devlin’s talent was spotted by fellow O.T Crew member Dogzilla and in 2006 he went on to release his debut mixtape ‘Tales from the Crypt’ which received wild praise within the grime community.

As well as being a member of the O.T crew he is also in The Movement along with many other grime artists like Ghetts and Scorcher.

Within a short amount of time Devlin has managed create his place in the grime scene and has become one of the hottest MCs in the countrys because of his energetic bars and flow.

Devlin has become a great success and does many shows and festivals around the UK; he has a few dates coming up in September:

22/09/11 - Electric Palace, Dorset

23/09/11 - Princess Pavilion, Falmouth

24/09/11 - Phoneix Arts Centre - Exeter

Get Your Devlin Tickets With Save Me a Ticket today! Click the image or simply search Devlin on Save Me a Ticket.

Cameron Jibril Thomaz better known as Wiz Khalifa is an American rapper  whose debut album ‘Show and Prove’; released in 2006, got him signed to  Warner Bros Records in 2007. Although Wiz Khalifa later parted with Warner Bros he signed to label  Atlantic Records and had his first number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100  with debut single ‘Black and Yellow’; from the album ‘Rolling Papers’  released late March of this year. Wiz Khalifa will be touring the UK in November. Don’t miss this amazing US rapper! Be amongst the first to know when Wiz Khalifa Tickets go on sale for a Wiz Khalifa concert or a Wiz Khalifa Tour.  Buy Wiz Khalifa Tickets today on Save Me A Ticket.com. All tickets guaranteed by our Ticket Safe Guarantee.

Cameron Jibril Thomaz better known as Wiz Khalifa is an American rapper whose debut album ‘Show and Prove’; released in 2006, got him signed to Warner Bros Records in 2007.

Although Wiz Khalifa later parted with Warner Bros he signed to label Atlantic Records and had his first number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with debut single ‘Black and Yellow’; from the album ‘Rolling Papers’ released late March of this year.

Wiz Khalifa will be touring the UK in November. Don’t miss this amazing US rapper!

Be amongst the first to know when Wiz Khalifa Tickets go on sale for a Wiz Khalifa concert or a Wiz Khalifa Tour.

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Stephen Paul Manderson popularly known as Professor Green is a British rapper raised in Hackney; who won the inaugural ‘JumpOff MySpace’ £50,000 battle rap tournament in 2008.
Professor Green made his most famous debut with single 'I Need You Tonight' with Ed Drewett which peaked at number 3 in 2010. Although Green worked with Lily Allen in 2009 and was signed to Mike Skinners label ‘The Beats’ we have never really heard his talent untill 2010.
His debut album 'Alive Till I'm Dead' released in 2010 peaked at number 2 in the UK charts and receibed a Gold Certification. Professor Green will be releasing another album this year in August titled 'At your Inconvenience'.
Prof Green will also be touring the UK ftom August to promote his new album. Checl out the dates and venues below:
19th August - O2 Academy, Oxford
15th October - O2 Academy, Sheffield
16th October - Barrowland, Glasgow
17th October - HMV Picture House, Edinburgh
18th October - O2 Academy, Liverpool
20th October - O2 Academy, Newcastle
21st October - Manchester Academy, Manchester
24th October - Rock City, Nottingham
25th October - The Assembly, Leamington Spa
26th October - UEA, Norwich
28th October - O2 Academy, Birmingham
30th October - O2 Academy, Bristol
1st November - O2 Academy, Bournemouth
2nd November - Brighton Dome, Brighton
3rd November - Roundhouse, London
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Stephen Paul Manderson popularly known as Professor Green is a British rapper raised in Hackney; who won the inaugural ‘JumpOff MySpace’ £50,000 battle rap tournament in 2008.

Professor Green made his most famous debut with single 'I Need You Tonight' with Ed Drewett which peaked at number 3 in 2010. Although Green worked with Lily Allen in 2009 and was signed to Mike Skinners label ‘The Beats’ we have never really heard his talent untill 2010.

His debut album 'Alive Till I'm Dead' released in 2010 peaked at number 2 in the UK charts and receibed a Gold Certification. Professor Green will be releasing another album this year in August titled 'At your Inconvenience'.

Prof Green will also be touring the UK ftom August to promote his new album. Checl out the dates and venues below:

19th August - O2 Academy, Oxford

15th October - O2 Academy, Sheffield

16th October - Barrowland, Glasgow

17th October - HMV Picture House, Edinburgh

18th October - O2 Academy, Liverpool

20th October - O2 Academy, Newcastle

21st October - Manchester Academy, Manchester

24th October - Rock City, Nottingham

25th October - The Assembly, Leamington Spa

26th October - UEA, Norwich

28th October - O2 Academy, Birmingham

30th October - O2 Academy, Bristol

1st November - O2 Academy, Bournemouth

2nd November - Brighton Dome, Brighton

3rd November - Roundhouse, London

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The Vaccines are a London-based four piece band who formed in 2010; they debuted with album titled ‘What Did You Expect from the Vaccines?’ released early March, which reached number 4 in the UK Album Charts.
The Vaccines firmly believe that less is more, with songs like ‘Wreckin’ Bar (Ra Ra Ra)’ clocking in at under two minutes! Their fast and furious brand of giddy rock ‘n’ roll could almost be the sound of the Libertines and Ramones falling down the stairs at 100MPH.
"On record the Vaccines wallow in the echo-drenched wooziness made famous by the Jesus And Mary Chain, but live they reach back further through pop’s past glories, stirring the shimmering girl group drama conjured by Phil Spector and scuzzed up by the Ramones." -The Guardian.
The Vaccines have announced their first tour starting in November this year. If you would like to see this brilliant band play simply search for The Vaccines on Save Me a Ticket. Tickets Go On Sale on Friday.
The Vaccines tour dates and venues are as follows:
21st November - O2 Academy, Newcastle
23rd November - O2 Acadeny, Sheffield
24th November - The Engine Shed, Lincoln
25th November - Manchester Academy, Manchester
26th November - O2 Academy, Leeds
28th November - Southampton Guildhall, Southampton
29th November - O2 Academy, Leeds
30th November - UEA, Norwich
2nd December - O2 Academy, Bristol
3rd December - Corn Exchange, Cambridge
4th December - The Assembly, Leamington Spa
6th December - Winter Gardens, Eastbourne
7th December - O2 Academy, Brixton

The Vaccines are a London-based four piece band who formed in 2010; they debuted with album titled ‘What Did You Expect from the Vaccines?’ released early March, which reached number 4 in the UK Album Charts.

The Vaccines firmly believe that less is more, with songs like ‘Wreckin’ Bar (Ra Ra Ra)’ clocking in at under two minutes! Their fast and furious brand of giddy rock ‘n’ roll could almost be the sound of the Libertines and Ramones falling down the stairs at 100MPH.

"On record the Vaccines wallow in the echo-drenched wooziness made famous by the Jesus And Mary Chain, but live they reach back further through pop’s past glories, stirring the shimmering girl group drama conjured by Phil Spector and scuzzed up by the Ramones." -The Guardian.

The Vaccines have announced their first tour starting in November this year. If you would like to see this brilliant band play simply search for The Vaccines on Save Me a Ticket. Tickets Go On Sale on Friday.

The Vaccines tour dates and venues are as follows:

21st November - O2 Academy, Newcastle

23rd November - O2 Acadeny, Sheffield

24th November - The Engine Shed, Lincoln

25th November - Manchester Academy, Manchester

26th November - O2 Academy, Leeds

28th November - Southampton Guildhall, Southampton

29th November - O2 Academy, Leeds

30th November - UEA, Norwich

2nd December - O2 Academy, Bristol

3rd December - Corn Exchange, Cambridge

4th December - The Assembly, Leamington Spa

6th December - Winter Gardens, Eastbourne

7th December - O2 Academy, Brixton

The X Factors runners up, JLS has exploded since the show in 2008 from  two number 1 singles, a triple Platinum album, numerous awards and sell  out tours. JLS has become the most successful X Factor group and has  become one of the UKs most popular boy bands. JLS are just getting  started and we can expect even bigger things from the boys so dont miss  out; get your JLS tickets now. Be amongst the first to know when JLS Tickets go on sale for a JLS concert or a JLS Tour, click the image for JLS tickets or simply search JLS on Save Me a Ticket!

The X Factors runners up, JLS has exploded since the show in 2008 from two number 1 singles, a triple Platinum album, numerous awards and sell out tours. JLS has become the most successful X Factor group and has become one of the UKs most popular boy bands. JLS are just getting started and we can expect even bigger things from the boys so dont miss out; get your JLS tickets now.

Be amongst the first to know when JLS Tickets go on sale for a JLS concert or a JLS Tour, click the image for JLS tickets or simply search JLS on Save Me a Ticket!

The rumours were true: they said it would never happen, but ten years after their split, Take That, the biggest and best boy band since the 60s got back together. Back in the 1990s this band scored four consecutive number one singles and was the first act to release eight singles entering the UK chart at Number 1. Since their return the band have, if anything, become even more popular, with three sell-out tours and two new albums. The only conceivable way TT could become any bigger was to announce that a certain Mr Williams was coming back for good - and that’s exactly what they’ve done. Stay tuned for the most eagerly anticipated tour of the millennium so far…

Take That is an English five-piece vocal pop group consisting of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and recently reunited member Robbie Williams. The group in total have had 26 top 40 singles and 16 top 5 singles in the UK alone, of which 11 have reached number 1. (They have also had six number 1 albums)
Take That originated from Manchester in the 90’s where they first released their single “Do What You Like/Promises” although they were minor hits. Their break through hit was “It Only Takes a Minute” in which peaked at number 7 in the charts earning the boys much more recognition within the public. They then released a cover of Barry Manilow’s disco hit “Could it be Magic” which peaked at number 3 in the charts, giving them their biggest hit of that year. Following their success they released “Take That and Party”, their first album in 1991 which included all of their hits. 
The band followed up with numerous successes however, in the 1996 the band announced that they were formally separating due to difference of opinion. They gave their final performance in Amsterdam in April of that year. Robbie Williams was later found to have gone on to pursue a solo career. This was the year that thousands all over the world were distraught because the band had divided, hundreds of teenage girls even threatened to commit suicide if the band did not reunite. 
Fortunately Take That reunited in May 2006, although Robbie Williams was not part of the band. They signed a contract worth £3 million to Polydor Records to release the comeback album “Beautiful World” which entered the UK album chart at Number 1 and had sold 2.7 million copies over the UK. From the album the band had many number one hits in which all band mates were accredited for song writing. 
In 2010 Barlow and Williams “Shame” was released however, it was placed on the “Collections of Williams’”, this was the first time the pair had worked together since 1995; the single peaked at number 2 in the charts on the UK singles charts as well as doing very well all over Europe. 
In July 2010 Robbie Williams officially approached the public and announced that he would be formally joining the band once again, since returning to Take That the band has had even more successes. Now they have announced a tour starting in May, they plan to perform all over Europe as they once did. Tickets are running out fast as the demands for them are so high; some company’s websites have even crashed due to pressure of fans. Take that will be performing at the following venues this year:
1st July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London
2nd July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London
4th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London
5th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London
6th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London
8th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London
9th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London
Don’t miss the chance to miss the most exhilarating performance of a lifetime, seeing the band reunited and performing together is a heart warming experience and also an exciting one hopefully like the picture above. Click the image for your tickets now!

The rumours were true: they said it would never happen, but ten years after their split, Take That, the biggest and best boy band since the 60s got back together. Back in the 1990s this band scored four consecutive number one singles and was the first act to release eight singles entering the UK chart at Number 1. Since their return the band have, if anything, become even more popular, with three sell-out tours and two new albums. The only conceivable way TT could become any bigger was to announce that a certain Mr Williams was coming back for good - and that’s exactly what they’ve done. Stay tuned for the most eagerly anticipated tour of the millennium so far…

Take That is an English five-piece vocal pop group consisting of Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and recently reunited member Robbie Williams. The group in total have had 26 top 40 singles and 16 top 5 singles in the UK alone, of which 11 have reached number 1. (They have also had six number 1 albums)

Take That originated from Manchester in the 90’s where they first released their single “Do What You Like/Promises” although they were minor hits. Their break through hit was “It Only Takes a Minute” in which peaked at number 7 in the charts earning the boys much more recognition within the public. They then released a cover of Barry Manilow’s disco hit “Could it be Magic” which peaked at number 3 in the charts, giving them their biggest hit of that year. Following their success they released “Take That and Party”, their first album in 1991 which included all of their hits.

The band followed up with numerous successes however, in the 1996 the band announced that they were formally separating due to difference of opinion. They gave their final performance in Amsterdam in April of that year. Robbie Williams was later found to have gone on to pursue a solo career. This was the year that thousands all over the world were distraught because the band had divided, hundreds of teenage girls even threatened to commit suicide if the band did not reunite.

Fortunately Take That reunited in May 2006, although Robbie Williams was not part of the band. They signed a contract worth £3 million to Polydor Records to release the comeback album “Beautiful World” which entered the UK album chart at Number 1 and had sold 2.7 million copies over the UK. From the album the band had many number one hits in which all band mates were accredited for song writing.

In 2010 Barlow and Williams “Shame” was released however, it was placed on the “Collections of Williams’”, this was the first time the pair had worked together since 1995; the single peaked at number 2 in the charts on the UK singles charts as well as doing very well all over Europe.

In July 2010 Robbie Williams officially approached the public and announced that he would be formally joining the band once again, since returning to Take That the band has had even more successes. Now they have announced a tour starting in May, they plan to perform all over Europe as they once did. Tickets are running out fast as the demands for them are so high; some company’s websites have even crashed due to pressure of fans. Take that will be performing at the following venues this year:

1st July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London

2nd July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London

4th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London

5th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London

6th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London

8th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London

9th July 2011: Wembley Stadium, London

Don’t miss the chance to miss the most exhilarating performance of a lifetime, seeing the band reunited and performing together is a heart warming experience and also an exciting one hopefully like the picture above. Click the image for your tickets now!