Photo: Mike Massaro

This week is all about the Icelanders, as Dream Wife are heading on a UK tour and Samaris grace an iconic London venue! Check the latest Nordic Gig Guide:

Photo: Francesca Allen

Dream Wife
Tuesday 17th – The Old Blue Last, London – Sold out
Wednesday 18th – The Green Door Store, Brighton – Tickets
Saturday 21st – Headrow House, Leeds – Tickets

British-Icelandic trio Dream Wife embark on their Hello 2017 UK tour with DIY Magazine this week, and if these shows are anything like their latest music video for ‘FUU‘, then ticket holders are in for evenings packed with angry punk pop and energetic live performances!

Thursday 19th – Samaris, The Jazz Cafe, London – Tickets

Following the release of their brilliant album Black Lights and a European tour last year, Icelandic trio Samaris return to London to play a show at The Jazz Cafe in Camden, London. There are still tickets left and their electronic tunes are not to be missed!

More gigs coming up:


Monday 23th – Dream Wife, The Cluny 2, Newcastle Upon Tyne – Tickets

Tuesday 24th – Dream Wife, Night & Day Café, Manchester – Tickets

Tuesday 24th – José Gonzalez, Royal Festival Hall, London – Tickets

Tuesday 24th – Fufanu, The Social, London – Tickets

Thursday 26th – Trentemøller, SWG3, Glasgow – Tickets

Friday 27th – Apothek, The Roundhouse, London – Tickets

Friday 27th – FEWS, Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate – Tickets

Friday 27th – Trentemøller, Manchester Gorilla, Manchester – Tickets

Saturday 28th – Trentemøller, Electric Ballroom, London – Sold out

Saturday 28 – FEWS, Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar, Brighton – Tickets

Monday 30th – The Radio Dept., The Haunt, Brighton – Tickets

Monday 30th – Cancer, The Waiting Room, London – Tickets

Tuesday 31st – The Radio Dept., Scala, London – Tickets

Tuesday 31st – Kaleo, O2 Forum Kentish Town, London – Tickets


Friday 3rd – Kaleo, Albert Hall, Manchester – Sold out

Saturday 4th –Kaleo, O2 Institute Birmingham, Birmingham – Sold out

Monday 5th –Kaleo, Olympia Theatre, Dublin – Sold out

Wednesday 8th – Emilíana Torrini, Islington Assembly Hall, London – Tickets

Thursday 9th – Kakkmaddafakka, The Garage, London – Tickets

Friday 10th – Todd Terje, Motion, Bristol – Sold out

Saturday 11th – Lemaitre, XOYO, London – Tickets

Monday 13th – Sløtface, Castle Hotel, Manchester – Tickets

Tuesday 14th –Sløtface, Oporto, Leeds – Tickets

Tuesday 14th – Fufanu, Gullivers, Manchester – Tickets

Tuesday 14th – Matoma, O2 ABC 2 Glasgow, Glasgow – Tickets

Wednesday 15th –SløtfaceNice N Sleazy, Glasgow – Tickets

Wednesday 15th – Fufanu, Oporto, Leeds – Tickets

Wednesday 15th – Alan Walker, Heaven, London – Tickets

Wednesday 15th –Communions, The Lexington, London – Tickets

Thursday 16th –Matoma, O2 Academy Islington, London – Tickets

Friday 17th – Sløtface, Kamio, London – Tickets

Friday 17th – FufanuNice N Sleazy, Glasgow –Tickets

Saturday 18th – Fufanu, Tank Underground, Newcastle Upon Tyne – Tickets

Monday 20th – Fufanu, The Flapper, Birmingham – Tickets

Tuesday 21st – Fufanu, The Louisiana, Bristol – Tickets

Tuesday 21st – FEWS, Moth Club, London – Tickets

Wednesday 22nd – Fufanu, Kamio, London – Tickets

Thursday 23rd – Fufanu, The Green Door Store, Brighton – Free

Saturday 25th – Lukas Graham, Olympia Theatre, Dublin –Sold out

Sunday 26th – Lukas Graham, Ulster Hall, Belfast – Tickets

Tuesday 28th – Lukas Graham, O2 Academy Glasgow, Glasgow – Tickets

Tuesday 28th – Jenny Hval, Rich Mix, London – Tickets

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