Bastille have announced a huge UK arena tour for October and November.
The Dan Smith-fronted band will play 10 arena shows up and down the country in support of their forthcoming second album ‘Wild World’, which will be released on September 9.
Bastille will play:
Bournemouth, BIC (October 28)
Plymouth, Pavilions (October 29)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (October 31)
London, The O2 (November 1)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (November 4)
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (November 5)
Manchester, Arena (November 6)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (November 8)
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (November 12)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (November 13)
Meanwhile, US rock band Alter Bridge have announced a UK tour for November and December.
The Orlando-based rockers will bring their formidable live show to arenas in Manchester, London, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow and Leeds, with support on all dates coming from Volbeat, Gojira and Like A Storm.
Alter Bridge will play:
Manchester, Arena (November 23)
London, The O2 (November 24)
Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena (November 26)
Birmingham, Genting Arena (November 27)
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (November 28)
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (December 1)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (December 2)
A Day to Remember have also announced a UK arena tour, which will take place in January of next year.
The pop-punk/metalcore band will play five dates in support of their forthcoming sixth album ‘Bad Vibrations’, which is due out on August 19.
A Day To Remember will play:
Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena (January 22)
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (January 23)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (January 25)
London The SSE Arena, Wembley (January 27)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (January 28)
Meanwhile, popular vocal harmony group The Overtones have announced their ‘Christmas with The Overtones’ tour for later this year.
The five-piece will play 19 dates up and down the country, beginning at Dumfermline’s Alhambra Theatre on November 23 and wrapping up at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on December 22.
The Overtones will play:
Dunfermline, Alhambra Theatre (November 23)
Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall (November 24)
Blackpool, Opera House (November 25)
Manchester, Bridgewater Hall (November 28)
Reading, The Hexagon (November 29)
Oxford, New Theatre (December 2)
Southampton, Guildhall (December 5)
Ipswich, Regent (December 7)
Sheffield, City Hall (December 9)
Birmingham, Symphony Hall (December 10)
Scunthorpe, Baths Hall (December 11)
Gateshead, Sage Theatre (December 12)
York, Barbican Theatre (December 14)
Bristol, Colston Hall (December 15)
London, indigo2 at The O2 (December 16)
Guildford, G-Live (December 19)
Cambridge, Corn Exchange (December 20)
Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall (December 21)
Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall (December 22)
Finally, rising hip-hop star Jez Dior has announced a pair of intimate UK shows for this September.
Jez Dior will play:
Manchester, Soup Kitchen (September 15)
London, Birthdays (September 16)
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