5 Gigs you should see this week including Bruno Mars, Giggs and Ben Pearce: 17th- 24th April

We hope you had an eggcellent bank holiday and looking forward to another week of live music, from chart toppers to brilliant live artists, so check out our choice of gigs to go to this week.

Bruno Mars, 18th April @ 02 Arena

Bruno, the King of 'blinged up funk' is back with his 24K Magic album and consequent international tour. After the success of 'That's What I Like,' and '24K Magic' this year, the show is bound to be full of energy, a chance for 'indulgent escapism.' Not to mention that he's brought along Anderson. Paak as his support act. You've probably been persuaded.  

Tickets here.

Charli XCX, 20th April @ The Jazz Cafe

Charli dropped a mixtape last month, 'Number 1 Angel,' which features MØ, Uffie and Raye. Along with her previous songs, 'After the Afterparty,' 'Boom Clap,' and her feature on Iggy Azalea's 'Fancy,' she has a roster of hits under her belt, showcasing the best of 'moody yet catchy pop.' 

Tickets here.

Giggs, 21st April @ Eventim Apollo Hammersmith

Giggs has been releasing acclaimed rap for almost ten years now, and is still going strong with his 2016 album, Landlord. He was also just featured twice on Drake's playlist, More Life, so is no doubt in high demand. 

Tickets here.

Ben Pearce, 22nd April @ The Nest, London

Ben Pearce burst onto the house scene a couple of years ago with 'What I Might Do' and along with his just released 2017 EP, Ascension, he has the power to make your Saturday night a pretty great one. 

Tickets here. 

Isaiah Rashad, 23rd April @ Koko London

American hip hop recording artist, singer, and record producer Isaiah creates honest music, and his "anxieties bleed through the rap revelry in verse." He has collaborated with Kendrick Lamar, SZA, and ScHoolboy Q to name a few, and tickets are still available to see him at Koko

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