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.
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 will embark on a massive 16-date UK & Ireland tour during 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.
Ozzy Osbourne will be rocking arenas across the UK for the last time in 2019. The Black Sabbath veteran will play shows in Nottingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham and London during February 2019 as part of his farewell tour.
Panic at the Disco will be touring the UK in 2019 – in support of their sixth studio album Pray for the Wicked. The acclaimed American band will play shows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Birmingham, London and Manchester in March 2019.
Pete Tong's Ibiza Classics show will be touring the UK in late 2019. The new show, featuring The Heritage Orchestra conducted by Jules Buckley, will visit arenas in eight UK cities during December 2019.
Pink will play a number of stadium shows across the UK & Ireland during the summer of 2019 as part of her Beautiful Trauma World Tour. The American pop star has lined up shows in Dublin, Cardiff, Glasgow, Liverpool and Wembley for June 2019.
Post Malone will embark on his first UK and European arena tour in 2019. The American rapper will play shows in Dublin, Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester during February before heading to mainland Europe. He'll return to play London's O2 Arena in March 2019.
Rita Ora will be touring the UK in support of her second studio album, Phoenix, in 2019. The singer will play shows in Cardiff, Bournemouth, London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds and Glasgow during May 2019.
Originally finding fame with Take That in the early 90s, Robbie Williams is now one of the most recognisable and popular British musicans ever. After leaving Take That in 1995, Robbie enjoyed huge success with his solo work. Some of Robbie's best known tracks include Angels, Rock DJ and Millennium.
Rod Stewart will be touring the UK for the first time in three years during 2019, following the release of his latest album Blood Red Roses. The legendary rocker will play shows across the country from May through to December 2019.
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.
Snow Patrol are back with a new album and a UK & Ireland tour planned for late 2018 / early 2019. The band will play shows in Newcastle, Belfast, Dublin, Birmingham, London, Leeds, Manchester and Glasgow during the Wildness Tour.
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.
Stereophonics have a number of outdoor shows planned for the summer of 2019. The tour includes a couple of 'Forest Live' shows, plus a 20th anniversary celebration of their iconic concert at Morfa Stadium in Swansea. This time the band will play Swansea's Singleton Park.
Take That will celebrate their 30th anniversary with a Greatest Hits UK arena and stadium tour in 2019. Take That will play shows in Sheffield, Glasgow, Manchester, Dublin, London, Birmingham, Milton Keynes, Southampton, Bristol, Norwich, Middlesbrough and Huddersfield during the tour.
The 1975 will be touring the UK & Ireland's biggest arenas in early 2019. The BRIT Award-winning group will play ten shows across the region, starting in Belfast on 9th January and ending in Sheffield on 25th January.
The Chemical Brothers will embark on their biggest UK arena tour to date in the autumn of 2019. The dance duo will play shows in Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and Birmingham in November 2019.
The Eagles will visit the UK & Ireland during the summer of 2019 as part of a new European tour. The iconic American band will perform shows in Wembley, Manchester, Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds, Glasgow and Dublin during June and July 2019.
The X Factor Live Tour will visit cities across the UK & Ireland in February and March 2019. Contestants from the 15th series of the TV show will be wowing audiences up and down the country.