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 The Next 7 Days in LondonNext
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18:45 at London Stadium
There's no need for an introduction here, so here we go! The Stones return to their home turf with support from Liam Gallagher (22nd) and Florence + The Machine (25th).

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Leah Dou at Birthdays

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23 May

20:00 at Birthdays
*Sold out* 21 year old singer-songwriter Leah Dou presents her fusion of classic indie, ambient & folk music, tied together with her trademark sweet voice. Miss Dou is certainly an incomparable talent

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18:30 at Koko
The Brooklyn-based Indie rock boys celebrate 10 years since their sophomore album with a handful of UK shows, playing their album in full!

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12:00 at Brockwell Park
Mighty Hoopla returns for a celebration of all things pop, sparky and fun. Expect legendary and hot live acts, relentlessly energetic DJs, bedazzling dancers, and flamboyant performers galore.

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12:00 at Victoria Park
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds will be bringing their incredible live show to Victoria Park to headline a UK Exclusive stand-alone APE Presents show alongside very special guests Patti Smith And Her Band.

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20:00 at Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen
If you want to see some Icelanders spit, slam and rock out, then check out Reykjavíkurdætur’s next performance at Hoxton Square Bar and Grill.

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19:00 at Heaven
Singer-songwriter and guitarist, Anna Calvi brings her powerful, wide ranging operatic voice and intense, imaginative guitar playing to the stage.

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19:00 at Hammersmith Apollo
David Byrne tours in support of his forthcoming solo record, American Utopia. David will perform songs from the new album, as well as classics from his solo career and his days with Talking Heads.

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19:30 at The Pickle Factory
Producer turned creator of multifaceted guitar-based pop, dreamy synthesizers and lilting, deadpan vocals, Nabihah Iqbal takes the stage within London's cockney heartland, The Pickle Factory.

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19:00 at The Forum
Described as "the coolest band around", BRMC bring their distorted riffs and outlaw sentiments to Kentish Town.

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