Now that it's June it means Glastonbury Festival is just around the corner and thousands of people will be heading to Worthy Farm whilst thousands will watch on with envy.

However if you don't fancy camping in a field for almost a week but you want to catch some of the best artists around then tickets go on sale this week (June 2) for some huge gigs taking place in London over the next 12 months.

You can see these shows at venues including Eventim Apollo, Brixton Academy, KOKO and Scala.

There is plenty to choose, from established acts in big venues to the one's to watch who could be headlining your favourite festivals in a few years to come.

Banks

BANKS will perform a headline set at the Eventim Apollo on October 25

Banks recently released 'The Altar' her second LP and follow-up to the hugely successful debut. Her alt-R&B sound has captured a passionate audience who helped her sell out three UK shows in early 2017. Fans can expect an even more polished set when she returns to London with The Altar Tour this October.

Where: Eventim Apollo

When: Wednesday October 25

Price: £30.25

Tickets: Ticketmaster here

Hurts

The duo are playing two UK shows in support of upcoming LP 'Desire'

Alt-pop duo Hurts are readying their fourth studio album in 2017 which will be supported by only two UK dates on their extensive European tour.

They have found success across the globe for their thought-provoking pop records including 'Beautiful Ones', the first track from their upcoming record which is a celebration of individuality.

Where: O2 Brixton Academy

When: Thursday December 7

Price: £27.90

Tickets: Ticketmaster here

Linkin Park

Linkin Park recently returned with new album 'One More Light'

Linkin Park are heading to the UK for an arena tour this June however they are also planning 'One More Night in London' as a special one-off gig.

It will see them headline a show at the Brixton Academy for an intimate set, showcasing their recent record 'One More Light' which saw the group move away from rock and head into the electropop genre.

Where: O2 Brixton Academy

When: Tuesday July 4

Price: £62.50-£71.35.

Tickets: Ticketmaster here

Joey Bada$$

Joey Bada$$ is heading to O2 Forum Kentish Town this October

Joey Bada$$ is heading to the UK for some of his biggest shows to date in October. The US rapper recently released his politically charged second full LP 'All Amerikkkan Badass' which references Ice Cube's first solo album that also misspelled America alluding to supremacist group the Klu Klux Klan. Fans can expect a highly energetic show at the O2 Forum Kentish Town.

Where: O2 Forum Kentish Town

When: Tuesday October 24

Price: £28.50

Tickets: Ticketmaster here

The Big Moon

The Big Moon are heading on their biggest headline tour to date in 2017

Four-piece rock group The Big Moon are creating waves thanks to their nostalgic indie debut 'Love in the 4th Dimension', which will work perfectly in a live setting. Fans should catch them at KOKO now before they're tickets are being snapped up in a year's time.

Where: KOKO

When: Friday October 20

Price: £13.50

Tickets: Ticketweb here

Dream Wife

Rock trio Dream Wife are playing at London's Scala this October

The exciting trio Dream Wife have so far released a number of tracks including their first EP 'EP01', showcasing a heavy rock sound with references to the likes of Spice Girls. Plus they recently supported The Kills in London suggesting their influences come from a whole kaleidescope of genres.

Where: Scala

When: Wednesday October 25

Price: £11.25

Tickets: Ticketweb here

Bad Sounds

Bad Sounds are headlining London's Scala this November

Bad Sounds genre-infused EP 'PHRESSSH' was recently released ahead of their full debut due out in 2018 and they're heading out on a huge UK tour. The brothers started out on two different musical journeys before joining forces and starting a band which references funk, soul, R&B and glossy electropop.

Where: Scala

When: Thursday November 23

Price: £11.20

Tickets: Ticketweb here

Nikki Lane and Ruby Roots

Nikki Lane and Ruby Roots will host a night of country music at Bush Hall this June

The two modern country acts are bringing their soulful rock London this June. Headliner Nikki Lane recently released her third studio LP 'Highway Queen' featuring her signature vintage 60s pop swagger and potent lyrics.

Meanwhile support act and rising country star Ruby Roots offers a soulful voice and honest lyrics, combining classic country with Americana and rock.

Where: Bush Hall

When: Tuesday June 6

Price: £13.25

Tickets: See Tickets here

Benjamin Clementine

Benjamin Clementine will headline a set at O2 Brixton Academy in December

The former Mercury Prize winner is heading out on a UK tour in support of his anticipated upcoming second LP 'Phantom Of Aleppoville'. The artist is playing a headline set at Brixton Academy where he will showcase his new material which was influenced by psychoanalyst Donald Winnicott who explored childhood bullying.

Where: O2 Brixton Academy

When: Tuesday December 5

Price: £32.20

Tickets: Ticketmaster here

The Pigeon Detectives

The Pigeon Detectives are heading on a 10th anniversary tour

The Pigeon Detectives join a number of indie-era acts like The Cribs, The Wombats and Kate Nash in heading out on a 10th anniversary tour. The night of nostalgia will celebrate their breakthrough record 'Wait For Me', which will be played in its entirety.

Where: O2 Forum Kentish Town

When: Wednesday November 1

Price: £23.50

Tickets: Ticketmaster here

RADAR at Under the Bridge

Adam Naas is featuring in June's RADAR event at Under The Bridge

RADAR is back at Under the Bridge with a line-up of rising artists including, The Age Of L.U.N.A, Adam Naas, Catherine McGrath, Autumn Sharif, SuperGlu, and Misunderstood, with host Mark Sutherland. It showcases the unsigned and just signed artists in the UK industry.

Where: Under The Bridge, Fulham Road

When: Thursday June 29

Tickets: underthebridge.co.uk

Erasure

Synthpop duo Erasure are embarking on a UK tour in February 2018

Synthpop legends Erasure are heading out on tour in February 2018 for a month-long of live shows. The award-winning duo have had a successful run so far including five UK number one albums and international success. Their recent effort 'World Be Gone' charted in the UK top 10 and received positive reviews from critics - but fans should be reassured that they can expect to hear classic hits.

Where: Eventim Apollo

When: Friday February 23

Price: £50.75

Tickets: Ticketmaster here

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