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30th April 2018
Enrique Iglesias has announced plans for his first UK & Ireland arena tour in four years. The Latin pop star will play shows in London, Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham during his All The Hits Live Tour.
23rd April 2018
Madness have announced a huge new arena tour for December 2018. The group will perform 13 shows across the country during The Sound Of Madness UK Tour.
11th April 2018
Boy George and Culture Club have announced a UK tour for November 2018. The eighties pop icons will take their Life Tour to arenas across the UK with support from Belinda Carlisle and Thompson Twins' Tom Bailey.
9th April 2018
50 Cent is heading to the UK for three huge arena shows in September 2018. The hip hop superstar will play shows in Birmingham, London and Manchester as he celebrates the 15th anniversary of his debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin’.
9th April 2018
Arctic Monkeys have announced a new UK & Ireland arena tour, which is scheduled for September 2018. The tour will see the band play shows in Manchester, London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Dublin and Newcastle.
12th March 2018
Beyonce and Jay-Z have announced a series of UK stadium shows as part of their On the Run 2 joint tour. The couple have confirmed UK shows in Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester and London for June 2018.
26th February 2018
The Rolling Stones today announced the eagerly awaited dates for the UK & Ireland leg of their 'No Filter' tour. The band will play six stadium concerts across the region in May and June 2018.
23rd February 2018
Kylie Minogue has a announced a new UK & Ireland arena tour to take place in September and October 2018. The tour will be in support of the Australian singer's upcoming album Golden.
19th January 2018
Def Leppard have announced plans for a full UK tour in December 2018. The Hysteria tour will see the band perform their classic album in its entirety at arenas across the UK.
13th October 2017
Bryan Adams has announced a seven-date UK tour for May 2018. The Canadian singer will be touring in support of his soon-to-be-released Ultimate compilation album.
28th June 2017
Following a triumphant headline performance at Glastonbury last weekend, Ed Sheeran has announced a massive European stadium tour for 2018. Ed will perform shows in Belfast, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, London and Cardiff during the UK leg of the tour.
2nd May 2017
Michael McIntyre has announced a brand new stand-up show for 2018. Britain's biggest comedian will perform the show at arenas across the UK and Ireland as part of his BIG World Tour.
31st March 2017
Linkin Park have announced a short UK arena tour for July 2017. The multi award winning American rock band will perform three shows – in London, Birmingham and Manchester – as part of the One More Light World Tour.
28th March 2017
John Legend returns to the UK this autumn on his biggest tour to date. The Grammy Award-winning American soul singer will play nine UK arena shows during his Darkness and Light Tour.
6th February 2017
Following a spectacular Super Bowl half-time show, Lady Gaga has announced the Joanne World Tour which includes three UK shows in London, Birmingham and Manchester during October 2017.
9th January 2017
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band's seminal album, The Joshua Tree, U2 will play a number of stadium shows in North America and Europe during 2017. Each show on the tour will include a performance of The Joshua Tree in its entirety.
23rd November 2016
Adele has announced two shows at Wembley Stadium next summer as 'The Finale' of her world tour. Adele announced the shows through a video posted on Instagram, which featured her singing "she's coming home" to the tune of football anthem Three Lions.
16th November 2016
Bruno Mars has announced the dates for his 24K Magic World Tour, which includes several UK & Ireland arena shows in April and May 2017. The singer-songwriter will release his new album, 24K Magic, this Friday.
7th November 2016
Blink 182 have announced a 10-date UK arena tour for July 2017. The pop-punk trio will perform shows in Cardiff, Nottingham, Leeds, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Bournemouth and London during the new tour.
7th November 2016
Robbie Williams has announced a European stadium tour, which includes gigs in Manchester, Southampton, Edinburgh, Coventry, Dublin, Cardiff and London during the summer of 2017. The tour will be in support of Robbie's recently released album The Heavy Entertainment Show.