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Kings Of Leon are to play a huge outdoor show in London’s Hyde Park next summer.
The Nashville band will headline a Barclaycard presents BST Hyde Park gig on July 6, joined by an impressive lineup of support acts including Pixies and Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats.
This will be a UK festival exclusive for Kings Of Leon, who will be rounding up the campaign for their acclaimed latest album ‘WALLS’.
“It’s always a pleasure to party with our amazing fans at Hyde Park,” drummer Nathan Followill said when the show was announced.
Kings Of Leon will play:
London, Hyde Park (July 6)
Meanwhile, rock legends KISS have announced a 2017 UK arena tour.
The glam-rock icons will be returning to Europe in May for KISSWORLD 2017, taking their catalogue of classics throughout the mainland before calling in at Glasgow, Birmingham and Manchester – culminating with a gig at The O2 in London.
KISS will play:
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (May 27)
Birmingham, Genting Arena (May 28)
Manchester, Arena (May 30)
London, The O2 (May 31)
Legendary magicians Penn & Teller have announced a 10-date UK tour for next June.
The duo will take a break from their hugely popular Las Vegas residency to perform shows in Manchester and Glasgow and multiple shows in London.
Penn & Teller will play:
Manchester, O2 Apollo (June 10)
Glasgow, Clyde (June 15)
London, Eventim Apollo (June 21, 22, 23, 24, 25)
Meanwhile, Olly Murs is gearing up for a run of large outdoor gigs next summer.
The Essex-born singer, who recently hit Number One with fifth album ’24 Hrs’, will play dates up and down the country including a huge homecoming show at Colchester Community Stadium on June 10.
Olly Murs will play:
Carlisle, Brunton Park (June 3)
Canterbury, The Spitfire Ground (June 6)
Colchester, Community Stadium (June 10)
Wrexham, Racecourse Stadium (June 24)
Scarborough, Open Air Theatre (July 9)
Northampton, The Country Ground (July 14)
Sussex, 1st Central County Ground (July 16)
Aberdeen, Conference and Exhibition Centre (July 21)
Inverness, Bught Park (July 22)
Swansea, Singleton Park (August 12)
Bryan Adams is also planning a series of large outdoor shows next summer.
The veteran rocker will deliver hits including ‘Run To You’, ‘Summer Of 69’ and ‘When You’re Gone’ in Southampton, Exeter, Worcester and Carlisle next July.
Bryan Adams will play:
Southampton, Ageas Bowl (July 7)
Exeter, Powderham Castle (July 13)
Worcester, Sixways Stadium (July 14)
Carlisle, Bitts Park (July 15)
Fresh from releasing ‘Mad Love’, her first album in a decade, R&B singer JoJo has announced intimate gigs in Manchester and Glasgow.
JoJo will play:
Manchester, Club Academy (January 29)
Glasgow, O2 ABC2 (January 30)
Post-punk favourites The Mission have announced a series of UK live dates for May.
The enduringly popular band, who released 11th studio album ‘Another Fall From Grace’ in September, will take to the stage in Bournemouth, Oxford, Liverpool, Newcastle, Sheffield and Leicester.
The Mission will play:
Bournemouth, O2 Academy (May 17)
Oxford, O2 Academy (May 18)
Liverpool, O2 Academy (May 19)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (May 20)
Sheffield, O2 Academy (May 26)
Leicester, O2 Academy (May 27)
Finally, indie favourites Circa Waves are also touring the UK next spring.
The Liverpool band, who dropped debut album ‘Young Chasers’ last year, will hit the road for dates up and down the country in March and April.
Circa Waves will play:
Sheffield, O2 Academy (March 18)
Newcastle, University (March 21)
Manchester, Academy 1 (March 23)
Liverpool, University The Mountfort Hall (March 24)
Oxford, O2 Academy (March 25)
Bristol, O2 Academy (March 27)
Nottingham, Rock City (March 28)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (March 30)
London, O2 Forum Kentish Town (March 31)
Norwich, UEA, The Nick Rayns LCR (April 3)
Cambridge, Junction (April 4)