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.
Bullet For My Valentine are a four-piece hard rock band from Bridgend in Wales. To date, they have released a total of four albums. The band's most recent album, Temper Temper, was released in February 2013.
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.
Cast is a four-piece band from Liverpool that was part of the Britpop movement in the mid-nineties. Cast's front man, John Power, was also the former bassist with The La's. Cast enjoyed considerable success with their debut album, All Change, which was released in 1995. The album spawned the top-ten singles Alright, Sandstorm and Walkaway.
Girls Aloud member Cheryl Cole began her solo career in 2009. Cheryl's debut solo single, Fight For This Love, became one of the biggest selling singles of the year. Cheryl's first two solo albums - Words and Messy Little Raindrops - both reached No.1 on the UK chart.
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.
Sir Cliff Richard is something of a British institution. He has been a constant fixture on the British music scene since the 1950s, when he first started recording music with his backing group The Shadows. More than fifty years later, Cliff Richard has amassed more single sales than any other UK artist and has sold an incredible 250 million records worldwide.
Coldplay have sold over 80 million records worldwide and have received numerous awards – including eight BRIT Awards, seven Grammy Awards and five MTV Video Music Awards.
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.
David Byrne has extended his American Utopia World Tour to include a series of UK & Ireland arena shows during the autumn of 2018. The former Talking Heads frontman will play shows in Leeds, Glasgow, Dublin, Birmingham, Cardiff, London, Brighton, Nottingham and Manchester during the tour.
Def Leppard have a huge UK arena tour planned for late 2018. The hard rock legends will perform their classic album Hysteria in its entirety during a run of arena shows in December 2018.
Demi Lovato will visit the UK as part of a European tour in the summer of 2018. The American singer-songwriter will play shows in London, Birmingham, Glasgow and Manchester during her Tell Me You Love Me Tour.
Dua Lipa has announced plans for her biggest headline shows to date. The English pop sensation will play shows in Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff and London in April 2018.
Duran Duran is one of the most successful British bands to have emerged during the 1980s. With massive hits such as The Reflex, The Wild Boys and A View to a Kill, Duran Duran swept all before them as their popularity spread worldwide.
Elbow will play a handful of UK arena shows in March 2018. Guy Garvey and co will perform shows in Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds and London during the short tour.
Enrique Iglesias will be touring the UK & Ireland in October 2018 for the first time in four years. The Latin pop star will perform shows in London, Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham during his All The Hits Live Tour.
Eric Clapton CBE is one of the world's most influential musicians. With his musical roots deeply seated in blues, Clapton is credited with the creation of innovative musical styles such as psychadelic rock and blues rock.
Swedish rock band Europe, famous for the huge hit The Final Countdown, originally formed in 1979. They became one of the world's most successful rock bands during the 1980s thanks to the success of their third album. Europe's latest album, Bag Of Bones, was released in 2012.
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.
Foo Fighters will return to the UK in the summer of 2018 for three huge stadium gigs. The US rockers will perform one concert at Manchester's Etihad Stadium and two concerts at London's Olympic Stadium in June 2018.