If you’re a music lover on a budget, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on seeing your favourite performers live. With cheap ticket offers on concerts across the UK, there’s every chance you can get yourself to a top gig for under £25. Don’t believe us? Whether you’re looking for a last minute outing or want to plan a great night out without going into the red, we’ve rounded up the best ticket deals for under £25 in our top 10 below. Cheap concert tickets under £25 1. Django Django, £23.70 See Django Django perform at Koko Camden for £23.70. The British foursome are set to perform in London on 19 May 2015. The band are currently touring the UK to support their new album ‘Born under Saturn‘. 2. Years and Years, £18.94 See electro pop newcomers Years and Years
for £18.94. Performing at Fibbers (formerly Barfly) in York on 19 May 2015. 3. Belle and Sebastian, £20 Get cheap tickets to see Belle and Sebastian at the Hydro in Glasgow on 22 May. Tickets cost from £20. The band will be performing songs from their latest album, ‘Girls in peacetime want to dance’, released earlier this year. 4. Jose Gonzalez , £25 See Jose Gonzalez in London for £25. Get cheap tickets to the gig at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on Thursday 28 May. 5. J Cole, £11 Rap fans based in Cardiff are in for a real treat – cheap gig tickets to J Cole’s gig on 16 May. Tickets to the show, at the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, are priced from £11 6. Skepta and JME, £16.50 UK grime legends Skepta and JME will be performing as part of The Great Escape Festival in Brighton. Tickets to the gig at the Brighton Dome on 16 May are priced at £16.50 7. Lianne La Havas , £23 See UK singer Lianne La Havas at London’s Wilton’s Music Hall on 19 May. Tickets to the one-off gig London are priced at £23.40 8. The Cribs, £21 Indie favourites The Cribs are performing at The Limelight in Belfast on 21 May. Get your gig tickets for £21 from Ticketmaster. 9. Alabama Shakes, £11.36 Rock music fans can buy tickets to see Alabama Shakes perform in Manchester. Get tickets to see the ‘Hold On’ singers at O2 Apollo Manchester for £11.36 and rock out until your heart’s content. 10. Take That, £22.73 See Take That in Newcastle for £22.73. Take That will be performing at the Metro Radio Arena as part of the UK leg of their latest arena tour. The threesome will treat fans to hits from their new album III, alongside classics from their huge back catalogue.