Birmingham is hosting some amazing events in 2018. There's everything from sports, shows, music gigs, comedy and more.
Here are the events in the city that are trending this week, and how you can get tickets.
Pete Tong & The Heritage Orchestra Perform Ibiza Classics
Dance music is far from something you can only appreciate when you've had a few too many shots on Broad Street - it's an art worth celebrating.
And that's just what we plan to do when Pete Tong returns to play Ibiza classics with the Heritage Orchestra on November 28.
The orchestra will celebrate the dance music legacy with interpretations of unforgettable club anthems, at Birmingham Arena led by the EDM hero.
Be part of it - tickets are available here.
All five of The Script's studio albums have enjoyed time at the top of the charts, with only one - 2012 album #3 - missing the number one slot (a number two place isn't to be sniffed at!)
Their latest offering, Freedom Child, has been another smash, and fans are super keen to see the Irish three-piece on their 13 date tour when it kicks off in February.
They arrive in Birmingham on February 15 for a night at the Genting Arena - a perfect Valentine's Day gift if ever there was one.
You can get your tickets - or a treat for a loved one - right here.
The Bhangra Showdown
The world's biggest Bhangra competition is heading to the city on February 3, and our University of Birmingham team is hoping to win for the second year running.
Groups from eight universities around Britain will head to the Genting Arena to compete for the title of UK's Best Bhangra Team.
And while taking home the crown is important to those taking part, everyone wins: the Showdown donates all profits to charity.
So embrace the singing, dancing and cool culture and get your tickets now .
Little Monsters have their claws out and they're clicking 'buy tickets now' to Lady Gaga's upcoming shows at the Genting Arena and Arena Birmingham.
The two dates, which form part of the Joanne Tour, are rescheduled from last October which the singer - real name Joanne Stefani Germanotta - postponed due to 'severe pain'.
If you had tickets then, they're still valid. If you haven't, it's not too late. Get yours here.
Brummies are keen to see Joe Bonamassa when he returns to the city as part of a seven date tour in March.
Joe promises to showcase songs from his critically acclaimed studio album Blues of Desperation with the assistance of a hand-picked group of world-class musicians.
You can also expect some of his greatest hits. We're hoping for I'll Take Care of You and Woke up Dreaming!
For tickets, click here.