British synth-pop quartet Bastille have announced nine intimate club shows around the UK in November and December, following up the summer release of ‘Doom Days’. Singer-songwriter Sam Fender, meanwhile, has confirmed autumn dates for his Hypersonic Missiles Tour of the UK and Ireland. Scottish artist Lewis Capaldi is set to double up at London’s SSE Arena Wembley on March 13 and head to TECA in Aberdeen on March 15, and SG Lewis has confirmed his biggest headline show to date at the O2 Academy Brixton in early 2020.
Norwegian-based artist Aurora will call in Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham and London, where she’ll play the Roundhouse, during November, while British rapper Mostack has announced plans to tour the UK and Ireland this autumn. Additionally, Shakespears Sister will reunite for a UK tour beginning towards the end of October.
The Brit Award-winning synth-pop quartet will play nine intimate club shows around the UK in November and December, performing their upcoming album ‘Doom Days’ in full in Coventry, Carlisle, Aberdeen, Bradford, Grimsby, Llandudno, Torquay, Portsmouth, and Margate. Tickets for the shows go on general sale at 9am on May 10. Bastille also appear at London’s Citadel Festival and Reading and Leeds this summer.
The singer and songwriter will bring his Hypersonic Missiles Tour across the country this winter, kicking things off at Manchester Academy on November 22, and hitting Liverpool, Nottingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Brighton, Bournemouth, Plymouth, Bristol, Birmingham, Newcastle, London, Cardiff, Dublin and Belfast before rounding things off at Sheffield’s O2 Academy on December 12. The new tour shares its name with the BRITs Critics’ Choice winner’s debut album, ‘Hypersonic Missiles’, which is due for release in August. Tickets go on sale at 9am on May 10.
The British rapper will hit venues in Glasgow, Dublin, Leeds, Newcastle, Manchester, Bristol, Nottingham, Liverpool, Birmingham, and London, where he’ll tackle the O2 Academy Brixton, on November 1. The Stacko Tour shares its name with the Hornsey artist’s upcoming debut album, which is due out on June 7. Tickets are on sale now, priced from £22/£22.75 including fees.
The Norwegian-based artist will call in Bristol, Manchester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham and London, where she’ll play the Roundhouse, during November. The tour will follow the release of her upcoming album, ‘A Different Kind Of Human’, out in June. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on May 10.
The Scottish singer-songwriter has added second shows at London’s SSE Arena Wembley on March 13 and TECA in Aberdeen on March 15 due to demand. Tickets for the new dates go on sale at 9am on March 10.
The songwriter, producer and musician will play his biggest headline show to date at the O2 Academy Brixton in London on February 1, with tickets for the show on general sale at 10am on May 10.
Marcella Detroit and Siobhan Fahey will reunite for shows in Nottingham, Oxford, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glagsow, Gateshead, Manchester, Bournemouth, Bath, Ipswich, Southend, Birmingham, Brighton, and London, where they’ll play Palladium, between October 31 and November 20. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on May 10.
The K-Pop group will bring their We Are Here World Tour to London’s SSE Arena Wembley on July 9, in addition to stops in Madrid, Amsterdam, Paris and Berlin between June 29 and July 13. Tickets go on sale at 10am local time on Friday May 10.
Also announced this week:
Sebadoh, Lightning Seeds, Zedd, Thrice and Refused, Conor Maynard, Bear’s Den, Ricky Gervais, Milton Jones, the Raconteurs, Martha, Two Door Cinema Club, The Night Cafe, Groove Armada, the Skints, Moon Hooch, Matt Corby, Michael Monroe, American Football, Mirrors, Stray From The Path, Shonen Knife and more. Head here for a full list and to find your tickets.