Shawn Mendes has announced details of a UK arena tour for 2017. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Canadian singer-songwriter, who came to prominence after posting covers on Vine, will hit the road in April for three shows.
Mendes’ 2015 debut album ‘Handwritten’ went to Number One in three countries including the US and Canada. His breakthrough single ‘Stitches’ also topped the charts in the UK.
He is currently preparing to release his second album, ‘Illuminate’, which will be available from September 23.
Shawn Mendes will play:
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (April 27)
Manchester, Arena (April 28)
London, The O2 (June 1)
Primal Scream have confirmed a new UK tour for this winter. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Glaswegian five-piece, who released their 11th studio album ‘Chaosmosis’ earlier this year, will embark on a string of shows in November and December.
The group, who are led by Bobby Gillespie, formed in 1982 and released their debut album ‘Sonic Flower Groove’ in 1987. Their third album ‘Screamadelica’ was their first commercially successful record and is considered one of the best of the ‘90s.
Primal Scream collaborated with US pop singer Sky Ferreira on recent single ‘Where The Light Gets In’. They were forced to cancel several European shows this summer after Gillespie fell off stage and suffered minor back injuries.
The group will kick off their latest run of dates in Edinburgh on November 21, before visiting Motherwell, Inverness, Kilmarnock, Dunfermline, Liverpool, Stoke, Birmingham, Cambridge, Bristol, Oxford, Sheffield, Nottingham, Ports-mouth and Brighton. The tour concludes in London on December 15.
Primal Scream will play:
Edinburgh, Usher Hall (November 21)
Motherwell, Concert Hall (November 22)
Inverness, Ironworks (November 23)
Kilmarnock, Grand Hall (November 25)
Dunfermline, Alhambra (November 26)
Liverpool, The Olympia (November 27)
Stoke, Keele University (December 3)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (December 4)
Cambridge, Junction (December 5)
Bristol, O2 Academy (December 7)
Oxford, O2 Academy (December 8)
Sheffield, Plug (December 10)
Nottingham, Rock City (December 11)
Portsmouth, Pyramids Centre (December 13)
Brighton, Dome (December 14)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (December 15)
The two metal acts will join forces for a series of UK dates this December, including gigs in Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, London, Cardiff and Nottingham.
“We’re really proud of our new album and we can’t wait to play these songs for our amazing fans in the UK, they are some of the best in the world!” Korn say in a press release. “This tour is gonna be sick!”
Korn’s twelfth studio album, ‘The Serenity of Suffering’, is set for release on October 21. Limp Bizkit have been working on their next record, ‘Stampede of the Disco Elephants’, although no release date has been set.
Korn & Limp Bizkit will play:
Manchester, Arena (December 12)
Glasgow, SSE Hydro Arena (December 14)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (December 15)
London, The SSE Arena, Wembley (December 16)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (December 18)
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (December 19)
Taking Back Sunday, meanwhile, have announced a run of dates for next February. Priority Tickets are available now.
The US band, who release seventh album ‘Tidal Wave’ on Friday (September 16), will make the trip across the Atlantic in February for five shows.
The Long Island group, who are led by Adam Lazzara, released their debut album ‘Tell All Your Friends’ in 2002. The record featured cult track ‘Cute Without The E (Cut From The Team)’.
They have since released a further five albums, including 2004’s ‘Where You Want To Be’ and 2006’s’ ‘Louder Now’.
The new tour is the band’s first in the UK since 2014.
Taking Back Sunday will play:
Glasgow, O2 ABC (February 14)
Manchester, O2 Ritz (February 15)
London, O2 Forum Kentish Town (February 16)
Nottingham, Rock City (February 17)
Norwich, UEA (February 18)
Glass Animals have announced their biggest UK headline show to date. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Oxford band will headline London’s O2 Academy Brixton next year, where they will play tracks from their warmly-received second album ‘How To Be A Human Being’.
The quartet formed in 2012 and their 2014 debut album ‘Zaba’ was the first release on producer Paul Ep-worth’s label, Wolf Tone.
In 2015, the group collaborated with rapper Joey Bada$$ on one-off single ‘Lose Control’.
Glass Animals will play:
London, O2 Academy Brixton (March 16)
Travis will end the year with two shows. Priority Tickets are available now.
The ’90s Glaswegian band released their eighth studio album ‘Everything At Once’ earlier this year. They found huge success on their second album ‘The Man Who’, which was released in 1999 and featured hits such as ‘Why Does It Always Rain On Me?’ and ‘Turn’.
‘Everything At Once’ was recorded in Berlin and was accompanied by a movie, which premiered at SXSW Festival 2016. It charted at Number Five in the Official UK Albums Chart.
The group, led by Fran Healy, will see out 2016 with two shows in Liverpool and Sheffield.
Travis will play:
Liverpool, O2 Academy (December 19)
Sheffield, O2 Academy (December 20)
Beautycon will head to London for the second year in December. Priority Tickets are available now.
The one-day event will allow attendees the chance to take part in Q&A sessions with their favourite beauty bloggers, sample products, attend panel discussions and meet other beauty fans.
The festival, which is also held in New York, Los Angeles and Dallas, was held in London for the first time last year.
Beautycon will take place at:
London, Olympia (December 3)
WSTR will embark on a run of dates next month. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Liverpudlian pop-punk band will play three shows in October and November, including one in their hometown.
The four-piece are set to release their debut album ‘Red, Green Or Inbetween’ in January and have previ-ously supported the likes of Neck Deep, Moose Blood and Creeper.
WSTR will play:
Sheffield, O2 Academy (October 27)
Liverpool, O2 Academy (October 31)
Leicester, The Scholar (November 1)