Lots of big events and comebacks on sale tomorrow, so we'll jump straight in:
First up as some of you may be aware Prince has announced 21 shows throughout the summer in London, including 8 nights at the O2 arena, playing on Wednesday 1st, Friday 3rd, Saturday 4th, Tuesday 7th, Friday 10th, Saturday 11th and Tuesday 14th August. Expect these to sell out quickly when they go on sale tomorrow morning at 9am, at £31.21 a ticket, which includes a copy of his new album 3121.
Alternatively you can text for tickets today if your mobile is on the O2 network: text PRINCE to 2020 and you'll get a password.
Deptford boys Athlete return for three dates at Koko on Tuesday 10th, Wednesday 11th and Friday 12th July to start off their campaign
for their new album, which is out later this year.
Former Blink 182 frontman Tom Delonge returns to the capital for a one off show at the Astoria with his band Angels and Airwaves on Friday 24th August as a warm up for Reading and Leeds.
Psychedelic indie darlings Kula Shaker return in June with a new album, and are playing two dates in London on Wednesday 13th June at the Hoxton Bar and Grill, and on Friday 15th June at Bush Hall. Tickets on sale at 9:30 tomorrow morning.
Thin Lizzy and Queensryche have announced that they're going on a joint tour together, stopping off across the UK before their tour climaxes by playing Shepherds Bush Empire on Thursday and Friday 13th and 14th December.
On Saturday morning tickets go on sale for Sum 41 who play the Astoria on 5th July for a one off show to preview material from their forthcoming new album.
Earlier this week tickets quietly went on sale for Regina Spektor at the Southbank Centre on Friday 7th September – book them from the Southbank Centre direct for £20 a ticket, but be quick – tickets are already half gone.
Finally, if you want something to do tomorrow night, Pull Tiger Tail are playing a "secret" set at the Year Zero Club night at the Proud Gallery in Camden. Support comes ably from To My Boy and The Patty Winters Show. £6 on the door, 8pm til 3am.
By Phil Singer