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Priority Tickets for Blink-182, Phil Collins at Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park, Jack Whitehall, Busted, Simple Minds, Calum Scott and De La Soul are available this week.

Blink-182 have announced details of a new UK headline tour for 2017. Priority Tickets are available now.

The pop-punk band released their seventh studio album ‘California’ earlier this year with brand new member and former Alkaline Trio singer and vocalist Matt Skiba.

In a new documentary, bassist Mark Hoppus recently revealed that Skiba was the only person in the running to join the band. “The only person we talked about coming and playing our shows was Matt. The reception to Matt was amazing, overwhelming. People were chanting his name before we even came out and played,” he said.

Drummer Travis Barker recently said the band hope to release an EP around Christmas featuring songs that didn’t make it onto ‘California’.

The new tour was announced on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show earlier this week (November 6). The band were hosting a takeover of the show at the time.

Blink-182 will play 10 dates across the UK in July. The run of dates will begin in Cardiff on July 3 before heading to Nottingham, Leeds, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Bournemouth and London.

Blink-182 will play:

Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (July 3)
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (July 4)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (July 5)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (July 7)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (July 9)
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (July 11)
Manchester, Arena (July 14)
Liverpool, Echo Arena (July 15)
Bournemouth, BIC (July 17)
London, The O2 (July 19)

Priority Tickets for Blink 182 are available from 9am on Wednesday, November 9. O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

Phil Collins has been announced as the latest headliner for Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park. Priority Tickets are available from 9am on Thursday, November 10.

The rock veteran will come out of retirement 10 years after nerve damage forced him to quit playing drums.

The former Genesis member and solo star has said he is unlikely to be behind a kit on the new dates, but said he would practice the drum solo on ‘In The Air Tonight’ in his garage as that is “something I feel I should do”.

He recently sold out a run of five dates at the Royal Albert Hall at the start of June. He will headline the festival at the end of that month.

Phil Collins will play:

London, Barclaycard presents British Summer Time Hyde Park (June 30)

Priority Tickets for Phil Collins are available from 9am on Thursday, November 10. O2 customers get tickets 24 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

Jack Whitehall has confirmed a London headline show for 2017. Priority Tickets are available now.

The comedian, who has appeared on programmes such as Backchat and A League Of Their Own and hosted The Royal Variety Performance in 2015, will bring his stand-up show to The O2 next February.

Whitehall was also one of the stars of Channel 4’s student sitcom Fresh Meat and appeared in 2015’s The Bad Education Movie. He has previously sold out shows at Eventim Hammersmith Apollo and The SSE Arena, Wembley.

Jack Whitehall will play:

London, The O2 (February 24)

Priority Tickets for Jack Whitehall are available now. O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

Busted, meanwhile, have announced extra dates for their tour next year. Priority Tickets are available now.

The reunited trio – James Bourne, Charlie Simpson and Matt Willis – had previously announced an extensive nationwide tour, beginning in Norwich on January 29 and concluding in Dublin on March 1.

The band have now added a new date in Norwich on January 28, along with extra shows in Bournemouth and Liverpool.

The trio will release their first album in 12 years, ‘Night Driver’, on November 25 following a successful UK and Ireland comeback tour which took place this May and June.

Busted’s new shows will take place in:

Norwich, UEA (January 28)
Bournemouth, O2 Academy (February 4)
Liverpool, University Students’ Union (February 17)

Priority Tickets for Busted are available now. O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

Simple Minds are to the UK in May. Priority Tickets are available now.

The Glaswegian rock band are set to release ‘Acoustic’ on November 11 – a compilation featuring acoustic reworkings of tracks from across their career.

The tour will begin in Gateshead on May 19, before heading to Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Bridlington, Nottingham, London, Bristol, Cardiff, Southampton and Poole.

Simple Minds will play:

Gateshead, Sage One (May 19)
Birmingham, Symphony Hall (May 21)
Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall (May 22)
Manchester, Bridgewater Hall (May 23)
Bridlington, The Spa (May 25)
Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall (May 26)
London, Palladium (May 27)
Bristol, Colston Hall (May 29)
Cardiff, St David’s Hall (May 30)
Southampton, Mayflower (June 1)
Poole, Lighthouse (June 2)

Priority Tickets for Simple Minds are available now. O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

Calum Scott has announced details of a new London show for 2017. Priority Tickets are available now.

The singer-songwriter rose to fame after appearing on TV talent show Britain’s Got Talent in 2015.

His cover of Robyn’s ‘Dancing On My Own’ reached Number Two in the Official UK Singles Chart earlier this year. In May, the singer revealed he had signed a deal with Capitol Records, with whom he will release his debut album.

Calum Scott will play:

London, KOKO (March 14)

Priority Tickets for Calum Scott are available now. O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.

De La Soul will cross the Atlantic in March for seven headline shows. Priority Tickets are available now.

The American hip-hop group will perform in Newcastle, Bristol, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and Norwich next spring in support of latest album ‘And The Anonymous Nobody’.

The trio’s debut album ‘3 Feet High And Rising’, which was released in 1989, was both a critical and commercial success. ‘And The Anonymous Nobody’ is their ninth full-length album and took 12 years to make, with the band making all the samples used on the record themselves.

De La Soul will play:

Newcastle, Northumbria Students Union (February 22)
Bristol, Colton Hall (February 24)
Nottingham, Rock City (February 25)
Leeds, O2 Academy (February 28)
Manchester, Albert Hall (March 2)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (March 3)
Norwich, Nick Rayns LCR UEA (March 8)

Priority Tickets for De La Soul are available now. O2 customers get tickets 48 hours before general release. Search ‘O2 Priority’ for tickets.