Sell Tickets
  • Log In
  • Help
  • EN GBP
Sell Tickets
Gigsberg is a secondary ticket marketplace. All tickets are guaranteed and secure. Prices are set by sellers and may be above or below face value.
We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you select “continue” or continue to browse the site without customizing your choices, you agree to the use of cookies. For more information on our use of cookies you may see our Privacy Policy as well as change your cookie settings at any time.
Continue

Sorry, we could not find Events in Cardiff

Search suggestions:

    • Beirut

      image

      Tramshed, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      25 August 2019 (Sunday), 19:00

      No tickets left

    • Wales v Ireland - Summer Internationals 2019

      image

      Principality Stadium, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      31 August 2019 (Saturday), 15:00

      No tickets left

    • WWE NXT UK TakeOver

      image

      Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      31 August 2019 (Saturday), 18:30

      No tickets left

    • WWE NXT UK Live

      image

      Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      01 September 2019 (Sunday), 17:00

      No tickets left

    • Wales vs Azerbaijan - Euro 2020 Qualifying

      image

      Principality Stadium, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      06 September 2019 (Friday), 21:45

      No tickets left

    • Pixies

      image

      Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      13 September 2019 (Friday), 18:30

      No tickets left

    • Bianca Del Rio

      image

      Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      17 September 2019 (Tuesday), 19:00

      No tickets left

    • Hozier

      image

      St David's Hall, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      17 September 2019 (Tuesday), 19:30

       

      Andrew Hozier-Byrne, known professionally as Hozier, is an Irish musician, singer, and songwriter from County Wicklow. He had his international breakthrough after releasing his debut single "Take Me to Church", which had been certified multi-platinum in several countries, including the US, the UK, and Canada.

       

      In 2013, he released his debut EP, featuring the single "Take Me to Church". His debut studio album, released in 2014, topped the chart in Ireland and scored top ten positions on global charts.

      It has been certified 6× platinum in Ireland and multi-platinum in several countries. He embarked on an American and a European tour to support the album.

       

      In September 2018, Hozier released an EP, titled Nina Cried Power, featuring the title track as a single. He released his second album, Wasteland, Baby!, in March 2019. It debuted atop the US Billboard 200.

      He is scheduled to embark on a worldwide tour, beginning in spring 2019, to support the album.

      No tickets left

    • Professor Brian Cox

      image

      Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      18 September 2019 (Wednesday), 20:00

      Before he became a renowned professor of physics and all things related to science, Brian Cox was a keyboard player in the Irish band D:Ream. His time in the band was well spent, and although he’s turned to in the science department now, past history with the band is remembered well. Brian Cox also serves as a television presenter for BBC’s scientific programming.

       

      Although Cox has left his band days behind, you still have a chance of seeing him in his entertaining live show that takes audiences to the edge of our current understanding about the origin and evolution of our solar system and the universe. He has several dates around England, starting on January 31st at The Anvil in Basingstoke. He’s also planning on visiting the Derby Arena, Manchester Arena, and the Arena Birmingham. As of right now, the last day to see him in 2019 is on October 11th in Oslo, Norway.

       

      Professor Brian Cox Background

       

      Brian Cox was born in March of 1968 in Oldham, Lancashire, England. There he spent a fun childhood doing gymnastics, dance, and plane spotting. His parents both worked, but they made the effort to spend quality time with Brian throughout his youth. Although he’s very well-known for his extensive knowledge in complicated fields like quantum physics, Cox had a rough start in elementary school.

       

      Before getting into higher education, Cox played as a keyboardist for the rock band, Dare. They released two albums together, before Cox began working with another band, D:Ream.

       

      Brian Cox studied physics at the University of Manchester during his music career. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree with first-class honors and a Master of Philosophy degree in physics. After D:Ream disbanded in 1997, he completed his Doctor of Philosophy degree in high-energy particle physics at the University of Manchester. His thesis, Double Diffraction Dissociation at Large Momentum Transfer, was based on research he did on the H1 experiment at the Hadron Elektron Ring Anlage (HERA) particle accelerator at the DESY laboratory in Hamburg, Germany.

       

      Professor Brian Cox’s Biggest Hits

       

      Although Cox doesn’t play anymore, he definitely left his mark on the music world in the past. Some of the greatest hits while he worked with his band were, “Things Can Only Get Better”, “U R The Best Thing”, and “Unforgiven”.

      49 tickets left

      From: £59 Buy Now
    • Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in Concert

      image

      St David's Hall, Cardiff, United Kingdom

      19 September 2019 (Thursday), 20:00

      No tickets left

  • GDPR Compliance

  • SSL Secure Connection

  • Gigsberg Ticket Guarantee