Sam Smith has a massive UK and European tour lined up for 2018. The Thrill of It All Tour will see Sam Smith perform shows in Sheffield, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and London during the UK leg.
Carlos Santana has been performing his unique style of Latin Rock since 1967. As a band, SANTANA has collected 8 Grammy Awards and 3 Latin Grammy Awards. Carlos has also received 2 Grammy Awards as a solo artist. The band has released more than thirty albums and sold more than 100 million records!
Consisting of Jake Shears, Babydaddy, Anamatronic, Del Marquis and Randy Real, the Scissor Sisters are an American disco/pop group heavily influenced by New York's club scene. They have enjoyed huge success in the UK and Europe and are best known for their smash hit, I Don't Feel Like Dancin'.
Scouting For Girls take their name from Scouting For Boys, the 1908 Scouts handbook. They are a British Indie Pop band consisting of Greg Churchouse, Roy Stride and Peter Ellard. Their debut album, Scouting For Girls, reached number one in the UK in January 2008.
Seasick Steve will bring his Can U Cook Tour to the UK in the autumn of 2018. The American blues musician will play a series of shows across the country during November in support of his new album.
Cardiff-born Shakin' Stevens was a huge success in the eighties with hits like Green Door, Oh Julie and This Ole House. Shakin' Stevens (Michael Barratt) had fifteen top ten hits including four number ones and began his career as Shakin' Stevens and the Sunsets. Stevens left the Sunsets after being offered the role of Elvis in the West End musical of the same name.
Columbian born Shakira was a household name in Latin America long before she became known on the World stage. Initially Shakira recorded music in her native Spanish, but then in 2001 she released the album Laundry Service, which was her first recording in English. The album was an instant success and went on to sell more than 20 million copies Worldwide, propelling Shakira into the superstar league.
Shawn Mendes will visit the UK & Ireland for a string of arena dates in April 2019. The Canadian singer-songwriter will play shows in Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Dublin and London during his self-titled world tour.
Sheryl Crow is an American singer-songwriter whose career took off with the release of the hit single All I Wanna Do in 1994. The song was the third single from Sheryl's debut album, Tuesday Night Music Club, and its success helped her to win three Grammy Awards in 1995.
Simple Minds have a 40th anniversary tour planned for the spring of 2020. The Scottish rock band's 40 Years of Hits Tour will stop at Cardiff, Bournemouth, Wembley, Leeds, Brighton, Dublin, Birmingham and Glasgow in April 2020.
Simply Red will be heading out on tour in 2020, following the release of a new album Blue Eyed Soul. Mick Hucknall and his band will perform all their classic hits plus new songs at arenas across the UK & Ireland in October 2020.
Slayer will play their last ever UK & Ireland shows in November 2018. The thrash metal pioneers will play arena shows in Dublin, Wembley, Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow as part of their Farewell World Tour.
Slipknot will be touring the UK & Ireland's biggest arenas in early 2020 – in support of their chart-topping album We Are Not Your Kind. The masked metallers will perform shows in Dublin, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Sheffield, Nottingham, Cardiff, Birmingham and London in January 2020.
Snoop Dogg will be touring the UK & Ireland during the spring of 2020. The hip hop star will play shows in Dublin, Belfast, Manchester, Leeds, London and Birmingham on the I Wanna Thank Me Tour, which celebrates Snoop's 25 year career.
Snow Patrol will be celebrating their 25th anniversary with a UK & Ireland tour in late 2019. The 14-date tour begins in Cardiff on 13th November and finishes at London's Royal Albert Hall on 5th December. The band will perform classic hits as featured on their new Reworked album.
Spandau Ballet is one of Britain's most iconic bands. Led by suave frontman Tony Hadley, Spandau Ballet dominated the New Romantic scene throughout the 1980s, notching up ten Top Ten singles and four Top Ten albums during that period.
The Spice Girls are back with a UK stadium tour planned for the summer of 2019. Geri Horner, Mel C, Emma Bunton and Mel B will play shows in Cardiff, Manchester, Coventry, Sunderland, Edinburgh, Bristol and Wembley in May and June 2019.
New Wave band Squeeze formed in 1974 in Deptford, London, and had much success throughout the 80s and 90s. Their most famous member, Jools Holland, was with them from the start and through most of the 80s, but the two stalwarts of the band are Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford, who are both responsible for writing all of Squeeze's hits.
Status Quo were formed in the 60s, but commercial success didn't arrive until the 70s when the band developed their distinctive boogie-rock sound. Status Quo pursue a relentless touring schedule, which has won them many fans across the UK and mainland Europe.
Los Angeles based glam metal outfit Steel Panther consists of Michael Starr (vocals), Satchel (guitar), Lexxi Foxxx (bass) and Stix Zadinia (drums). They started out as a Sunset Strip covers band, but then started writing original music and became the 1980s parody band that they are today.