Jake Bugg will be in Oxford next month as he heads out on his ‘Your Town Tour’ across the UK.

Bugg will be headlining in some of the country’s smaller towns and venues, bringing live music back to the heart of communities.

He will perform two sets per night, acoustic and electric, rattling through his biggest hits, as well as tracks from his latest album, the Top 3-charting Saturday Night, Sunday Morning.


When? Monday 29 April 2024 - 7.00pm

Age Restrictions: 8+ (under 14's must be accompanied by an adult) 

On the O2 Academy website, tickets have sold out, however, after taking a look at Ticketmaster's website, general resale tickets are there for £39.01.

Please Note

  • No under 8s.
  • Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times.
  • Under 25s require ID to purchase alcohol.
  • No smoking. A max of 4 tickets per person and per household applies. Tickets in excess of 4 will be cancelled.

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Who is Jake Bugg?

Over the last few years, the 30-year-old, who has five albums and numerous hit singles to his name, has grown into himself and gone from strength to strength. 

His self-titled debut album, Jake Bugg, some of which was co-written with songwriter Iain Archer, was released in October 2012 and reached number one on the UK Albums Chart. 

In August 2021, Bugg released his most recent, more pop-influenced fifth album: Saturday Night, Sunday Morning.

Saturday Night, Sunday Morning’s two stellar singles ‘All I Need’ & ‘Lost’, both produced by Steve Mac, were inescapable hits, booming across the airwaves,  playlisted on Radio 1, Radio 2 and Radio X, and Jake turned in a stellar performance of  ‘All I Need’ on Graham Norton on BBC1.

“I can’t wait to get out and play tons of tunes to people in their hometowns”, Jake said.

Bugg was born in Clifton, a suburb of Nottingham, and his song Trouble Town was the theme tune to the BBC series Happy Valley.