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NSG plus special guests The Deaf Institute, Manchester
Tuesday 12th March 2019
NSG Plus Special Guests O2 Academy Islington, London
Thursday 14th March 2019
NSG. It’s a simple yet vast acronym, seeping with potential. “It’s a lifestyle, a movement,” the group say. At first it stood for No Sleep Gang, then Non Stop Grinding. At the moment it means Never Stop Growing but that could change too. As member Kruddz explains, that’s why they refer to the name’s meaning as a lifestyle - it echoes what’s happening to NSG in the present moment.

They have just announced a handful of major gigs including The Deaf Institute at Manchester and O2 Academy Islington in London during March 2019.

It really is an exciting time to be a fan of NSG, so get your tickets to see her with Gigantic! As more and more people find out, the demand for the gig tickets continues to rise and so you will need to get yours before they are all snatched up. Placing your gig ticket order is made easy as you can access our huge selection 24/7 using your smartphone, computer or tablet allowing you to book your big night out relaxing at home or busy and on the go!






You’ll likely know them for their track “Yo Darlin’”, a dancefloor ready bop amassing an impressive amount of views and streams. The track also recently caught the attention of Liam Payne, who commissioned them to do a remix of one of his songs (He snapchatted himself listening to “Yo Darlin’”, a group discussion went down, everyone eventually met). Or maybe it’s from “We Dey”, a track Noisey named as one of their favourites of 2016 and described as being “an anthem that’s as melancholic as it is celebratory”. Or if, somehow, you’re an artist or embedded in the scene you’ll remember NSG from “Whine and Kotch (Afrobeats remix) " their debut single in December 2013, which brought the group to immediate controversy and fame within their local scene.

Essentially, NSG are climbing slowly toward their peak. On their own journey but also one that’s closely connected to the afro bashment sound that’s creeping across the globe, the road ahead looks golden. Where do they want to go? “Global domination, baby,” they say. “Right now we’re loading up the artillery. They said no nuclear weapons and we didn’t take that in. We’re loading them up. We’re not looking on a United Kingdom thing, we’re looking on a global thing.” Never Stop Growing indeed.


As we are only able to offer limited supplies of NSG concert tickets you will need to book early or risk them selling out very quickly. Gigantic offers excellent customer service and with ten years’ experience in providing essential gig tickets you know we are the right place to come whenever you are booking your big night out.