Mabel will be touring the UK & Ireland in early 2020 in support of her debut album High Expectations. The English singer-songwriter will perform shows in Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Norwich, Southampton, Birmingham and London during January and February 2020.
Madonna is the original 'Queen of Pop'. During an incredible career, Madonna has sold more than 300 million records worldwide and has received seven Grammy Awards.
McFly are back together with a huge UK arena tour planned for the spring of 2020. Tom, Danny, Dougie and Harry will perform 11 shows across the country on their reunion tour, starting in Liverpool on 26th April and ending in Nottingham on 10th May.
Michael Bublé will celebrate the release of his new album, Love, with a UK arena tour in 2019. The Canadian superstar has lined up a number of extra shows for Aberdeen, Newcastle, Liverpool, Nottingham and London in November and December 2019.
Rick Astley will be touring the UK's arenas during the spring of 2020. The 'Never Gonna Give You Up' singer will play eleven shows across the country on his Greatest Hits tour, starting in Leeds on 3rd April and ending in Brighton on 19th April.
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.
Sam Fender will be touring the UK during the spring of 2020 in support of his number-one debut album Hypersonic Missiles. The Geordie singer-songwriter will play shows in Manchester, Glasgow, London, Leicester, Cardiff, Leeds and Newcastle during the tour.
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.
Stereophonics will be touring the UK's biggest arenas again in 2020. The tour will be in support of the band's new studio album, Kind, and includes 12 shows across the country during February and March.
The Who will be touring the UK's arenas during the spring of 2020. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will be joined by a full orchestra for the shows, starting in Manchester on 16th March and ending in Wembley on 8th April.
Aussie pop-rock band 5 Seconds of Summer rose to international fame when One Direction invited them on their 'Take Me Home' world tour in 2013. 5SOS performed live across the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand during the tour.
Adam Ant was one of the 1980s best known pop stars. Initially he led the group Adam and the Ants with whom he scored a string of top ten hits, including the number-one singles Stand and Deliver and Prince Charming.
Adele's debut album, 19, was released in 2008 and is now certified seven times platinum. Her second album, 21, was released in 2011 and it became a worldwide hit – winning her six Grammy Awards, two BRIT Awards and three American Music Awards.
Aerosmith is one of America's finest musical exports, producing countless hits such as Love in an Elevator, Dude (Looks Like a Lady) and Angel. The band also had a smash hit with I Don't Want To Miss a Thing from the soundtack to the film Armageddon.
After winning series five of ITV's The X-Factor, Alexandra Burke shot to stardom and became one of Britain's brightest new stars. Her debut single, Hallelujah, took the Christmas number one spot in December 2008. Alexandra's debut album, Overcome, was released a year later and also reached the top spot on the UK album chart.
Alice Cooper will bring his new show – Ol' Black Eyes Is Back – to UK arenas in the autumn of 2019. The veteran rocker will play shows in Manchester, Aberdeen, Leeds, Brighton, London, Birmingham and Cardiff during the tour.
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, September and October 2019.
Avril Lavigne is a Canadian singer-songwriter who shot to fame in 2002 following the release of her debut album, Let Go, which topped album charts around the world. The success of her first album was matched by further chart-topping albums: Under My Skin in 2004 and The Best Damn Thing in 2007.
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.