Festival season may be over, but this autumn and winter will see some of music’s biggest names and rising stars appear in Southampton.

The Sherlocks, McFly, Embrace, Cian Ducrot and Australia’s DMA’s are set to perform, while indie stars The Vaccines have just announced their own Guildhall date in February with tickets on sale on Friday.

Local acts Sean McGowan, Jack Francis and The Manatees have headline shows at venues across the city, and Southampton’s Calum Lintott will launch his debut album at The 1865 in November.

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Welsh rock band Trampolene, whose lead singer Jack Jones has close family ties to Southampton and plays lead guitar with Pete Docherty, stops off at The Joiners in October.

South Yorkshire band The Sherlocks, will bring three top ten albums to The Engine Rooms, supported by south coast band Crystal Tides and Southampton’s Pioneers in October.

Daily Echo: The Sherlocks at Engine Rooms Southampton May 2022

The Engine Rooms also bring Scottish rockers The View, Liverpool’s Circa Waves and Miles Kane, and West Yorkshire band Embrace, who are celebrating 25 years of their debut album The Good Will Out.

The 1865 present The Bluetones in October and Bruce Foxton’s From The Jam in November, while The Joiners also has Only The Poets, Spector, Enola Gay and Cowboyy.

Elsewhere, rising stars Tom A Smith and Majura are at Heartbreakers in November, Liverpool’s Stone support DMA’s at The Guildhall in December, and Newcastle’s Andrew Cushin brings his debut album, Waiting For The Rain, to The Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea in October, fresh from supporting Louis Tomlinson in Europe.

Daily Echo: The Vaccines frontman Justin Young at 02 Guildhall Southampton

The return of The Vaccines, fronted by Southampton-born Justin Young, will follow the release of their sixth album called Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations. The band last played The Guildhall in 2019 and supported The Rolling Stones at St Mary’s in 2018.

Guildhall headliners McFly and singer Cian Ducrot drew huge crowds at Victorious Festival in August, with the indie-pop band celebrating 20 years together and the Irish songwriter his first number one album.

Nineties legends Sleeper bring their unplugged tour to The Brook in November before Star Sailor and blues sensation Laurence Jones both return to the same venue in December, while indie-guitarist Dylan John Thomas and Mansun frontman Paul Draper play Papillon on Commercial Road.