Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald announced last night that they will be coming to Carrow Road in 2017 for the final date of their hotly-anticipated Wonderland Tour.
Pop band Take That is set to play a gig in Norwich next summer as part of the group’s newly announced Wonderland Live tour.
Inspiring champions of Norfolk’s rich cultural scene were celebrated at a special awards ceremony at Norwich Cathedral’s Hostry.
Punk rock band Stiff Little Fingers are bringing their 40th anniversary tour to Norwich next spring.
Music from around the world and a mix of comedy acts feature in the latest line-up at Norwich Arts Centre.
A concert at the weekend will see two musical sisters bring back to life a long-lost rural Norfolk world captured in words by their great-great aunt.
With the festive season fast approaching preparations are under way for one of the Eastern Daily Press’ seasonal traditions.
Legendary rock band The Who played in Norfolk a number of times during the sixties, and author Richard Houghton is appealing for people to share their memories of these gigs for his latest book.
American pop-punk band All Time Low will be performing at UEA on Thursday March 30 2017 as part of their extensive UK tour, which will also stop in Cambridge.
A pop sensation will take to the stage for his only live performance of the year to drive up donations for an East Anglian charity.
The Never Gonna Give You Up singer is the first act to confirm he will perform in Thetford Forest’s line up of summer concerts in 2017.
Superbike champion James Toseland is the obvious focal point, but Toseland is greater than the sum of the parts, even if sound problems made this gig a disappointment.
Up and coming performers and well-established artists shared the stage at a festival celebrating local talent in Norwich.
He’s known for being a cheeky Essex chappie who sung his way into the nation’s hearts on the X Factor.
Now in its seventh year and spread across an impressive 10 venues, Norwich Sound and Vision is an annual highlight in the city’s live music calendar.
Fans of the pop punk band have been left disappointed this morning, as tickets to Busted’s headline tour were sold out by 9.30am.
A Norwich music group is to perform its next concert in memory of one of its most enthusiastic supporters.
Music acts galore will be taking to stages across the city over the next few days for the annual Norwich Sound and Vision festival.
At just 17 years of age, they’ve taken the music world by storm.
Noughties pop rock royalty Busted are to perform an intimate gig in Norwich as part of their new tour.
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