A-ha will commemorate their debut album, Hunting High and Low, with a UK & Ireland tour in 2019. The Norwegian trio will play the album in its entirety during the tour, which includes shows in Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Leeds, London and Brighton.
Ariana Grande will visit the UK & Ireland in 2019 as part of her Sweetener World Tour. The American singer will play shows in London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Sheffield and Dublin during August and September 2019.
The Backstreet Boys will bring their DNA World Tour to UK & Ireland arenas in the summer of 2019. The American pop group will play shows in Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham and London during the tour.
Billy Joel has announced plans for a huge show at Wembley Stadium in June 2019. The legendary American musician says the Wembley gig will be his only UK performance in 2019.
Bon Jovi will be touring the UK & Ireland for the first time in six years during the summer of 2019. The legendary American rock band will play huge stadium shows in Dublin, Liverpool, Wembley and Coventry as part of their This House Is Not for Sale 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.
Bryan Adams will visit the UK in 2019 with his Shine a Light Tour. The Canadian singer-songwriter will play shows in Belfast, Wembley, Sheffield, Nottingham, Liverpool, Cardiff and Bournemouth during the tour.
Busted will hit the road with their Half Way There Tour in the spring of 2019. The three-piece pop-rock band will play shows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham and Wembley in March 2019.
Cher will bring her Here We Go Again world tour to the UK in the autumn of 2019. The multi award-winning artist will play shows in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow and Leeds during October 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.
Daryl Hall and John Oates will be touring the UK for the first time in five years during the spring of 2019. The biggest selling music duo in history will play shows in Birmingham, Wembley, Manchester and Glasgow in April and May 2019.
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.
Fleetwood Mac will be touring Europe with a new line-up during the summer of 2019. The Grammy-award winning band will play a huge show at Wembley Stadium in June as part of the new tour.
Halestorm will be touring the UK in 2019 in support of their latest album Vicious. The Grammy Award-winning American rock band will play shows in Glasgow, Nottingham, Cardiff and London during November 2019.
Jess Glynne has been named as the main support act for the Spice Girls during their UK stadium tour in May and June 2019. Jess has also lined up a series of headline UK summer shows including Forest Live 2019.
KISS will visit the UK in the summer of 2019 for a series of farewell shows. The flamboyant American rock band will play shows in Birmingham, London, Manchester, Newcastle and Glasgow during the UK leg of their End of the Road Tour.
Kylie Minogue will perform a series of UK outdoor shows during the summer of 2019. The international pop icon will play shows in London, Oxfordshire, Cornwall, Manchester, Edinburgh and Scarborough.
The Legends Live 2019 UK Tour will see four iconic acts perform on the same bill at venues across the UK. Suzi Quatro, David Essex, Les McKeown's Bay City Rollers and Smokie* will be touring the UK in April 2019.
Little Mix have a huge UK & Ireland arena tour planned for 2019. The tour will be in support of the group's fifth studio album, LM5, and will see the girls perform shows across the region in October and November 2019.
Lynyrd Skynyrd will perform their last ever UK shows in June 2019. The long-running American band will play gigs in Glasgow, Manchester, Wembley and Birmingham as part of their Last Of The Street Survivors Farewell Tour.