Bastille will embark on an intimate UK & Ireland tour in the lead up to their latest album release. The band led by Dan Smith will play shows in Dublin, Birmingham, Brighton, Manchester, Glasgow and London during the tour in January and February 2019.
Ben Howard will be touring the UK in late 2018 / early 2019 in support of his critically acclaimed Noonday Dream album. The English singer-songwriter will play shows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Manchester and London during the tour.
Catfish and the Bottlemen will hit the road again in 2019 with a new UK & Ireland tour. The Welsh band will play shows in Nottingham, Plymouth, Wembley, Hull, Dublin and Belfast during February 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.
Don Broco will embark on their biggest UK tour to date in 2019. The alt-rock quartet will play huge shows in Manchester, Plymouth, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Nottingham and Wembley in February 2019.
Following a massive UK stadium tour in 2018, Ed Sheeran will return to the UK in August 2019 to play five huge homecoming shows in Leeds and Ipswich. The Roundhay Park (Leeds) and Chantry Park (Ipswich) shows will be a continuation of his hugely successful Divide World Tour.
Mumford and Sons have announced plans for their biggest-ever tour, which begins in the UK in November 2018. The Grammy Award-winning folk rock band will play 60 dates around the world, including 12 shows in the UK & Ireland.
Muse will play three UK stadium shows during the summer of 2019 as part of their Simulation Theory World Tour. The alternative rock giants will play London's Olympic Stadium, Bristol's Ashton Gate Stadium and Manchester's Etihad Stadium in June 2019.
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 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.
Twenty One Pilots will be touring the UK & Ireland in 2019 in support of their new album Trench. The American musical duo will play shows at arenas in Birmingham, Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Manchester and London during the Bandito Tour.
All Time Low will tour the UK in March 2018. The American pop-punk band will perform shows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester and London during The Young Renegades Tour.
English indie rockers Alt-J won the Mercury Music Prize plus an Ivor Novello Award for their debut album An Awesome Wave. This was followed by the band's second studio album, This Is All Yours, which reached No.1 in the UK chart in 2014.
Arcade Fire will be performing 'in the round' at UK arenas in April 2018. The Infinite Content Tour will see the Canadian indie rockers playing from the centre of each venue with the audience surrounding them.
Arctic Monkeys will be touring the UK & Ireland this autumn in support of their upcoming sixth studio album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino. The Sheffield rockers will play shows in Manchester, London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Dublin and Newcastle during the tour.
Biffy Clyro is a Scottish alt-rock goup consisting of Simon Neil (guitar, lead vocals), James Johnston (bass, vocals) and Ben Johnston (drums, vocals). They achieved mainstream success with the release of their fourth studio album, Puzzle, in 2007.
Bring Me The Horizon will embark on a massive new tour in November 2018. The Sheffield rockers will play shows in five UK cities, including two nights at Alexandra Palace, as part of their First Love World Tour.
Ellie Goulding burst onto the music scene in 2010, winning the Critics' Choice BRIT Award and the BBC Sound of 2010 poll. Her debut album, Lights, reached No.1 in the UK chart.
Evanescence released their debut album, Fallen, in 2003 and it was a huge commercial success - selling more than 17 million copies worldwide. The Arkansas-based rock band picked up two Grammy Awards - Best New Artist and Best Hard Rock Performance - the following year.
American rock band Fall Out Boy released their major label debut album, From Under The Cork Tree, in 2005 and gained mainstream success. The album went double platinum and won many awards for the four-piece rock band from Illinois.