Paloma Faith has a series of outdoor shows planned for the summer of 2018. The English singer-songwriter will play a mixture of festivals and headline shows at venues across the UK in June, July and August.
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.
Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini released his debut album, These Streets, in 2006. It peaked at No.3 and remained in the charts for an incredible 196 weeks. Paolo's next two albums – Sunny Side Up (2009) and Caustic Love (2104) – both reached No.1 in the UK chart.
Paramore will play a handful of UK arena shows in early 2018. The Grammy Award-winning pop-punk trio will stop at Cardiff, London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow during the UK leg of their Tour Three.
Paul McCartney will play his first UK shows in over three years during December 2018. The Beatles legend will perform live at arenas in Liverpool, Glasgow and London as part of his Freshen Up tour.
Paul Weller will play a full UK & Ireland arena tour in February and March 2018. The legendary sing-songwriter will begin the tour in Dublin on 12th February and end the tour in London on 3rd March.
With its roots firmly in grunge, Pearl Jam's debut album, Ten, broke out into the more mainstream alternative rock scene. With more than 60 million records sold worldwide, Pearl Jam continue to wow audiences with their originality.
Peter Andre first found fame as a pop star in the mid 1990s – with a string of UK hit singles including Mysterious Girl, Flava and I Feel You. He returned to fame in the mid 2000s following his stay in the jungle on ITV's I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!.
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.
Pixie Lott's debut single, Mama Do, shot straight to number one in the UK in June 2009. Since then she has continued to wow critics and fans alike. Pixie Lott won the MTV Europe Award for Best UK & Ireland Act and also Cosmopolitan's Ultimate Newcomer Award in 2009.
Prince is one of the most prolific and talented songwriters the world has seen. He has written hundreds of songs for himself and other artists, many of which have become hits. Some of Prince's biggest hits include Purple Rain, Raspberry Beret and Cream.
Originally a burlesque dance group, Pussycat Dolls evolved into a multi-national award-winning music franchise in 2003. The group toured in 2009 following the release of their album, Doll Domination with support from Ne-Yo, Lady Gaga and Queensbury.
Queen and Adam Lambert first teamed up for a live performance on the eighth series of the TV show American Idol, on which Lambert was a contestant. Following another hugely impressive performance at the MTV Europe Music Awards two years later, Queen asked Lambert to join them for more live shows as lead singer.
Alternative Rock legend, R.E.M. shot to stardom with the release of their album, Document in 1987 and were announced as America's Best Rock and Roll Band by Rolling Stone magazine. R.E.M. has also enjoyed eight UK number one albums since 1991.
Alternative rock band Radiohead have produced some of the most critically acclaimed albums of the past 20 years – including OK Computer (1997), Kid A (2000) and In Rainbows (2007). The band has won three Grammy Awards and an army of loyal fans along the way.
Rebecca Ferguson was a runner-up in the seventh series of ITV's The X-Factor in 2010, losing out to Matt Cardle in the live final. Despite losing out in the final, Rebecca was offered a recording contract and went on to release her debut album, Heaven, in December 2011.
Red Hot Chili Peppers unique mix of funk, punk and hard rock has made them one of the most recognisable and popular bands on the planet. Originally formed in Los Angeles in the mid 1980s, the Chilis had to wait until the release of their fourth album, Mother's Milk in 1989, before they gained widespread popularity.
Rick Astley is back with a new album and a new UK tour scheduled for the autumn of 2018. The chart-topping eighties icon will play more than 15 dates on a tour that begins in Glasgow on 25th October and ends in Liverpool on 17th November.
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.