Andrea Bocelli will visit the UK for two shows at the O2 Arena in November 2018. The world's most beloved tenor will then be back in the UK during the autumn of 2019 for further shows in Birmingham, Glasgow, Belfast and Leeds.
André Rieu, together with his 60 piece Johann Strauss Orchestra and international soloists, will tour of the UK & Ireland's biggest arenas in December 2018.
Architects will be touring the UK in early 2019 in support of their eighth studio album Holy Hell. The metal band will play shows in Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and London during January 2019.
Bastille will embark on an intimate UK & Ireland tour in the lead up to their latest album release. The band led by Dan Smith will play shows in Dublin, Birmingham, Brighton, Manchester, Glasgow and London during the tour in January and February 2019.
Ben Howard will be touring the UK in late 2018 / early 2019 in support of his critically acclaimed Noonday Dream album. The English singer-songwriter will play shows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Manchester and London during the tour.
The Black Eyed Peas will be touring the UK for the first time in eight years during the autumn of 2018. The American pop trio will play shows in London, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Milton Keynes during the Master Of The Sun Tour.
Black Stone Cherry will be touring the UK's arenas this winter. The Kentucky rockers will play shows in Cardiff, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds and Wembley in December 2018.
Boy George & Culture Club will be back touring the UK's arenas in 2018. The eighties pop icons will play 11 shows across the UK in November as part of their Life Tour.
After 25 years together, Boyzone will embark on their final tour in early 2019. The veteran Irish boy band will play a series of arena shows across the UK & Ireland in January and February 2019 during The Farewell Tour.
Bring Me The Horizon will embark on a massive new tour in November 2018. The Sheffield rockers will play shows in five UK cities, including two nights at Alexandra Palace, as part of their First Love World Tour.
Catfish and the Bottlemen will hit the road again in 2019 with a new UK & Ireland tour. The Welsh band will play shows in Nottingham, Plymouth, Wembley, Hull, Dublin and Belfast during February 2019.
Chvrches will continue their Love is Dead Tour with a string of UK & Ireland shows in 2019. The Scottish three-piece will perform in London, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Belfast and Dublin during February 2019.
David Byrne has extended his American Utopia World Tour to include a series of UK & Ireland arena shows during the autumn of 2018. The former Talking Heads frontman will play shows in Leeds, Glasgow, Dublin, Birmingham, Cardiff, London, Brighton, Nottingham and Manchester during the tour.
Def Leppard have a huge UK arena tour planned for late 2018. The hard rock legends will perform their classic album Hysteria in its entirety during a run of arena shows in December 2018.
Don Broco will embark on their biggest UK tour to date in 2019. The alt-rock quartet will play huge shows in Manchester, Plymouth, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Nottingham and Wembley in February 2019.
Following a massive UK stadium tour in 2018, Ed Sheeran will return to the UK in August 2019 to play five huge homecoming shows in Leeds and Ipswich. The Roundhay Park (Leeds) and Chantry Park (Ipswich) shows will be a continuation of his hugely successful Divide World Tour.
Elton John has announced plans for his final worldwide concert tour. The Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will see the global pop icon perform more than 300 shows from September 2018 through to its conclusion in 2021.
Enrique Iglesias will be touring the UK & Ireland in October 2018 for the first time in four years. The Latin pop star will perform shows in London, Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham during his All The Hits Live Tour.
Fatboy Slim will embark on his biggest UK tour yet in 2019. The legendary DJ will perform In The Round from the centre of each arena in Wembley, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester and Nottingham during February and March 2019.
Florence and The Machine will be touring the UK & Ireland in support of their fourth studio album High As Hope. Florence Welch and co will play shows in Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin, London, Manchester, Brighton and Cardiff during the tour.