A line-up of some of the upcoming acts starring in Belgium.
‘We are young, we run green…’ That catchy opening will surely come back to you when you want to sing along. At AB they are delighted with the return of “this enjoyable, refreshing British trio around singer-guitarist Gaz Coombes (a trio that turned into a quartet.) They strive for the perfect pop-rock songs and succeed!” Supergrass returns with their Greatest Hits, the best of all those albums with titles such as I Should Coco and In It for the Money. 5 February 2020. AB Main Hall. Tickets: €29 www.abconcerts.be/en
His debut album has been upending the internet for a while now. His charisma softens every heart. Sam Fender lets his guitar speak for itself and easily wins over the world while doing so. The young Brit from Newcastle continues his rise with the long-awaited album Hypersonic Missiles. With the single of the same name and successors Leave Fast, Dead Boys and That Sound, he reveals his fine and exceptional talent. A captivating voice. 25 February. AB Main Hall. Tickets: €26 www.abconcerts.be/en
23-year-old Londoner Freya Ridings released her debut single Blackout in May 2017. Produced by Rich Costey, it has flown past 1m Spotify streams. Her latest single, Maps (a breathtaking version of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs original song) is already proving to do the same as word begins to spread of this young talent. Fast forward a few months and she has secured numerous summer festival bookings. 1 February. Botanique, Orangerie. Tickets: €22 www.botanique.be