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The February Gig Guide

You love gigs, we love gigs, let’s get together and talk about them. February is absolutely jam packed, so with the snow and ice ahead, what could be better than a couple of hours in a sweaty room with your best mates and favourite bands? Absolutely nothing. So grab some tickets, have a class night out and thank me later.

*This is a new feature of Peanut Mixtape and it’ll get updated once a month. If you have a gig in Newcastle that you want featured, drop us a line at contact@peanutmixtape.com with the date, venue, acts and a ticket link and we’ll put it in the gig guide. *

February

01: Fun Lovin’ Criminals @ Northumbria Institute

The original rockers come to Tyneside with their hip hop music. Having found fame in the late 1990s, Fun Lovin’ Criminals are most well known for their debut album Come Find Yourself.

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03: Broken Hands, Them Things and FEVA @ The Cluny 2

Not one to be missed, Broken Hands boisterous, Royal Blood level rock and you can’t go wrong with local favourites Them Things and FEVA to warm up.

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03: Lux Lisbon, Josh Hodgson, Peter Whale @ Tyne Bank Brewery

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08: Matt Dunbar with the Autonomous Collective, Mahatma Raindrop, Dolan Springs, Alex Kirtley @ Little Buildings

Matt Dunbar played with the Autonomous Collective for the first time in December and it was wonderful. No doubt this night will be one to remember, especially with the help from the talented support acts.

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09: A Festival, A Parade, PLAZA @ Sage, Gateshead

Following the success of their Cold Shower EP, A Festival, A Parade are coming to the Sage for one night only. Seeing their The National style music in that setting is sure to be a very special affair. Not to be missed.

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09: Twist Helix, Bugeye, Echolines, Novyi Lef @ Head of Steam

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15: Lauren’s Court, Casual Threats, Feral Family, Slurs @Tynemouth Surf Cafe

Three incredible local bands for just a fiver, you can’t beat that. You’d spend more on a drink in most places on a Friday night. Lauren’s Court are set to deliver sweet melancholy melodies whilst Casual Threats, Feral Family and Slurs provide a solid roster to prep the crowd.

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16: Indigo Velvet, The Pasolas, Mayfare @ Tynemouth Surf Cafe

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18: The Struts @ Newcastle University SU

Famous for songs like ‘Could Have Been Me’ and ‘Body Talks’, southern indie rockers The Struts promise a night not to be forgetting with their stadium sized rock.

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20: Thieves of Liberty, Lupa, Your Graduation @ Head of Steam

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21: Ruts DC @ Riverside

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23: Butterjunk, Courtyards and White Houses @ Tynemouth Surf Cafe

Dreamy indie pop outfit Butterjunk grace the four walls of Tynemouth Surf Cafe with their beachy tunes. It’s not to be missed with their undeniably catchy indie and the supports are the icing on the cake.

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23: Blue Oyster Cult @ Newcastle O2 Academy

American rockers Blue Oyster Cult seem unstoppable even in their old age, having been travelling the world, playing music for over five decades. Their stop in Newcastle will no doubt be a special event.

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25: The Pylons, Sauvage, Worry Party @ Tynemouth Surf Cafe

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28: Sea Girls @ Northumbria Institute

Tipped by many to be one of the ones to watch in 2019, Sea Girls have come a way in short while. From Think Tank in October to Northumbria Institute now, it seems word is getting around about the London four piece.

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28: The Pale White @ Georgian Theatre, Stockton

It’s the absolute boyos, why would you miss it? Don’t be silly.

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