Fatboy Slim will take his We’ve Come A Long Way Together! Tour to arenas in Cardiff, London, Bournemouth, Liverpool, Birmingham, Glasgow and Nottingham between November 4 and 20. The trek will also include his rescheduled free party at Brighton Centre on November 11 for all NHS and blue light staff. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on March 19.
The Brighton metalcore giants will take their For Those That Wish To Exist Tour to arenas in Leeds, Glasgow, Nottingham, Cardiff, and London in 2022. The trek will support the band’s new album of the same name, released in February. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on March 19. Architects also have a handful of intimate album launch shows in the diary for summer 2021.
The Texas-based duo will double up at the Roundhouse on November 7, the day after their previously confirmed show at the London venue. Tickets go on sale at 9am on March 19. Other stops on their Know You Better Tour, which was originally planned for autumn 2020, include Glasgow, Birmingham, Dublin and Manchester.
The Australian trio will play a show in Bath on October 27 as part of the rescheduled UK leg of The Glow Tour, supporting their 2020 album of the same name. Other stops on the trek include Norwich, Hull, Newcastle, Southampton, Liverpool and London, where they’ll play Alexandra Palace, during October. Original tickets will be honoured, with the new show on general sale at 10am on March 19.
Also announced this week:
- Rag’n’Bone Man has announced the Life By Misadventure Tour for October and November.
- Tom Odell has confirmed The Monsters UK Tour for 2022.
- Foals have pushed back their Swansea and Cardiff shows to August and rearranged dates to 2022.
- Kaiser Chiefs have moved their Cardiff Castle show to August.
- Jamie Cullum has moved his UK shows for a second time to the autumn.
- Joe Satriani has rescheduled the UK leg of his Shapeshifting Tour to 2022.
- The Streets have confirmed a second show at the inaugural South Facing Festival this summer.
- The Vamps have rescheduled the Cherry Blossom Tour to September.
- Olly Murs has moved his UK and Ireland shows.
- Barry Manilow has rescheduled his UK arena tour for a second time to summer 2022.
- Korn have announced an immersive global livestream event for April.