Looking for a gig this month? Well we're here to help you. Check out our rundown of the main gigs in the UK this March!

Cosmosis Festival


As given in more detail in our extended preview, Cosmosis marks the first festival of the year and where better to get your psychedelic Rock on than at Victoria Warehouse on 12th March? You’ve got legendary acts like The Jesus & Mary Chain and Brian Jonestown Massacre alongside fresh blood like Uncle Acid And The Deadbeats - seems rude not to.

12th March - Victoria Warehouse - Manchester



Creeper’s stock is hitting nuclear levels at the moment. Fans and Press across Heavy Music are starting to look to Creeper as a band who will potentially spearhead the British Punk scene for years to come and it’s at the live shows where they’ve been the most impressive. Venues across the tour needed to be upgraded, and understandably so.

2nd March - Moles - Bath
3rd March - London - The Underworld
4th March - The Forum - Royal Tunbridge Wells

Machine Head


Machine Head never fail to deliver live and since abandoning the festival scene and focussing on their fans with these special “An Evening With Machine Head” shows the band have been absolutely red hot. Expect classics stretching across their discography, with a few rarities thrown in for good measure. Now… MACHINE FUCKING HEAD!

2nd March - Open - Norwich
3rd March - Rock City - Nottingham
5th March - Limelight - Belfast
6th March - Olympia - Dublin
8th March - Academy - Manchester
10th March - Great Hall - Cardiff
11th March - Eventim Hammersmith Apollo - London
12th March - O2 Academy - Glasgow

Mass Mental

A gig announced almost completely out of nowhere sees a super group made up of members from Metallica, Skindred, Kyuss and more. Led by ‘Tallica bassist Robert Trujillo this was understandably a gig which sold out in minutes before needing a venue upgrade. We’re promised Funky Metal in abundance - we can’t wait.

13th March - Electric Ballroom - London

Fleshgod Apocalypse


This is a tour in support of their new record (REVIEW LINK) which brings Fleshgod Apocalypse back to the UK across several venues. They’re one of the leading artists in Symphonic Metal and always deliver a great atmosphere live.

10th March - Slade Rooms - Wolverhampton
12th March - The Key Club - Leeds
13th March - Audio - Glasgow
15th March - Sound Control - Manchester
16th March - Fleece - Bristol
17th March - Underworld - London

Amon Amarth


Amon Amarth are back, and whilst it’s unconfirmed so far whether they’re bring the longboat, the band are on the warpath to smash their way back towards the higher echelons of Metal have a few waning years. The new track they released showed a promising return to form, something which hopefully carries through in to the live set at this one off show.

22nd March - The Underworld - London

Wolf Alice


Wolf Alice’s popularity is rising faster than probably even they can grasp at the moment. Let’s take this tour for example, what started as a night or two at the Kentish Town Forum developed in to four straight nights, sold out. That’s an incredible achievement for any band. The future is bright for this lot.

4th March - Mandela Hall - Belfast
5th March - Olympia - Dublin
7th March - Keele Uni - Stoke-On-Trent
9th March - Arts Club Theatre - Liverpool
10th March - Academy - Manchester
11th March - UEA - Norwich
13th March - Academy - Oxford
14th March - Pyramids - Southsea
16th March - Barrowlands - Glasgow
17th March - Barbican - York
19th March - Academy - Leeds
21st March - Leas Cliff Halls - Folkestone
22nd March - The Dome - Brighton
23rd March - Rock City - Nottingham
24th March - Great Hall - Tremorfa
26th March - The Forum - London
27th March - The Forum - London
28th March - The Forum - London
29th March - The Forum - London

Press To Meco/Max Raptor/Allusondrugs


Thanks to the good people at Scuzz, this excellent looking tour brings together three young British acts in a nice little package. They’re running the tour on a rotating headliner basis, but really and truly you don’t want to miss any of the acts on this tour. Exciting and explosive live, all three are really threatening to make it big in the near future. The tour has already begun and we’re hearing very good things indeed.

3rd March - The Forum - Tunbridge Wells
4th March - Craufurd Arms - Milton Keynes
5th March - Owl Sanctuary - Norwich
6th March - Joiners - Southampton
7th March - Moles - Bath
8th March - Clwb Ifor Bach - Cardiff
9th March - Borderline - London