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The Blast of Our Kind tour will commence on November 30th in Norwich and culminate in a triumphant show at London's Roundhouse on December 20th. It is the first, and a golden, opportunity for enthusiasts to see The Darkness on their own stage in support of the new, fourth album Last of Our Kind.

The unique, immersive experience of Star Wars at Madame Tussauds is a new multi-million pound experience created in close collaboration with Disney and Lucasfilm, bringing to life some of film's most powerful moments featuring extraordinarily life-like wax figures in authentic walk-in sets.

One of the most hotly tipped bands around the globe right now, Columbus Ohio’s Twenty One Pilots, have announced that they’ll be coming back to the UK for a headline tour in the winter, kicking off in Glasgow on the 4 November. The tour includes shows in Manchester, Birmingham, Oxford and London’s O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on Friday 6 November.

Get ready for a night of sensational Soul, Funk and Bollywood fusion, as the incredible London collective Botown return to The Drum on Saturday June 6. One of the most exciting and engaging music acts to emerge from London in recent years, an eight-piece fusion band that have given lovers of Bollywood and Soul music a brand new groove.

Launched in 2008 by Petricca, Walk The Moon has steadily made a name for itself as an unsigned band over the last few years, attracting a broad mix of fans who have happily submitted to a pre-show face-painting ritual conducted by band members to get everyone into the communal spirit of the event.

Birmingham’s night-time businesses are being encouraged to put themselves forward for the city’s Best Bar None Awards 2015, which will be launched today. The city-wide scheme, now in its eighth year, is the biggest in the country and champions licensed premises that provide a safe and enjoyable night out.

Legends of Reggae comes to the Tower Ballroom on Saturday 30 May, Edgbaston, Birmingham, with a line-up of greats, Ska superstar Ken Boothe will be gracing the stage with Queen Ifrica, Leroy Sibbles, Gyptian and Chaka Demus and Pliers.

Jim Reynolds is a guitarist and singer who writes and plays an eclectic mix of music. The individual pieces tap into blues, ragtime, rhythm and blues, music hall and folk traditions.

Glastonbury-based business woman, Elisabeth Janaway is revolutionising the popular UK trend that is Festival based street food. Her recently started venture, the Kid's Café strives to fulfil children's catering needs not usually found at UK Festivals.