American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe have sold more than 100 million records since forming in Los Angeles in 1981. Band members Nikki Sixx, Tommy Lee, Mick Mars and Vince Neil have completed countless world tours over the past 34 years – all in typically raucous fashion!
Motörhead is one of the best known heavy metal bands on the planet. Formed in 1975, the band has been at the forefront of the British heavy metal scene for the past 40 years.
Mumford and Sons have announced plans for their biggest-ever tour, which begins in the UK in November 2018. The Grammy Award-winning folk rock band will play 60 dates around the world, including 12 shows in the UK & Ireland.
Muse will play three UK arena shows during the autumn of 2019 as part of their Simulation Theory World Tour. The alternative rock giants will play London's O2 Arena and Birmingham Arena in September 2019.
British Hip-Hop sensation N-Dubz originally found exposure on pirate radio, but have since released some of the best-selling singles of the past few years. Their 2009 album, Against All Odds, achieved platinum status in under a month.
Ne-Yo is a Grammy award winning R&B singer-songwriter who first broke into the music industry by writing songs for other well known artists. Then, in 2006, Ne-Yo released his debut album, In My Own Words, which made him a chart-topping recording artist in his own right. To date Ne-Yo has released four studio albums; his most recent release is Libra Scale.
Neil Diamond is a Grammy Award-winning American singer-songwriter, whose many hits include Sweet Caroline, Cracklin' Rosie and Love On The Rocks. In his 50+ years in the music business, Neil Diamond has sold more than 130 million albums worldwide, making him one of the most successful artists ever.
Nickelback was formed by the Kroeger Brothers and Ryan Peake in 1995, and is one of Canada's most successful rock bands. The band's many hits include: How You Remind Me, Photograph, Burn It To The Ground and Rockstar.
Nicki Minaj and Future will visit the UK & Ireland in March 2019 for a short run of arena dates. The global hip-hop icons will play shows in London, Birmingham, Dublin, Glasgow and Manchester during their NickiHndrxx Tour.
Nile Rodgers & Chic have lined up a short series of outdoor UK concerts for the summer of 2019. The disco legends will play shows at Newmarket and Haydock Park Racecourses in June and a show at Cardiff Castle in July.
Nine Inch Nails was created by Trent Reznor in 1988 as an industrial rock project. Reznor continues to lead the band as its only official member. Nine Inch Nails is considered a pioneer in the industrial music movement, having been highly influential in the evolution of electronic music over the past 25 years.
The NKOTBSB Tour is a co-headlining tour between two of America's most successful boy bands: New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys. The boy bands initially joined forces for a North American tour during the spring and summer of 2011. However, there are now plans to extend the tour worldwide.
Noah and the Whale is a critically acclaimed indie-folk-rock band from London. Noah and the Whale's debut album, Peaceful, the World Lays Me Down, reached number 5 in the UK album chart when it was released in 2008. The band's second album, The First Days of Spring, was released a year later and whilst it didn't do quite so well in the charts, it still received very positive reviews from music critics.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will be playing a number of outdoor headline shows and festivals across the UK & Ireland in 2019. Noel Gallagher and his band have lined up shows in Cardiff, Newcastle, Norwich, Manchester, Dublin and Exeter.
Olly Murs has a massive UK & Ireland arena tour planned for the spring of 2019. The tour will be in support of the singer's new album, You Know I Know, and includes two shows at London's O2 Arena, plus an outdoor show at Gloucester's Kingsholm Stadium.
OMD - Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark - was formed in 1978 by Paul Humphreys and Andy McCluskey. The final two band members of the original line-up, Martin Cooper and Malcolm Holmes, joined the group in 1980 and the four remained as the core of the band until 1989 when all but McCluskey left. Andy McCluskey kept the OMD name and continued to tour and record until 1996 with various new group members including Dave Hughes and Nigel Ipinson.
Boy band sensation One Direction formed during the seventh series of The X Factor. The boys had entered the contest as solo singers, but during bootcamp they were asked by Nicole Scherzinger to form a band, which then went on to reach the final.
American rock band One Republic became an international success after releasing the hit singles Apologize and Stop and Stare in 2007. The five-piece band from Colorado Springs formed in 2003 and first achieved commercial success on MySpace as an unsigned act.
After winning BBC's Last Choir Standing in 2008, Only Men Aloud signed a five record deal with Universal Music. They have performed with the likes of Josh Groban and Bonnie Tyler and have completed four UK tours.
Paloma Faith has a series of outdoor shows planned for the summer of 2018. The English singer-songwriter will play a mixture of festivals and headline shows at venues across the UK in June, July and August.