Priority Tickets for Country 2 Country, The Weeknd, KISSTORY NYE, Anastacia, Metronomy, Snarky Puppy and Underoath are available now.
Country 2 Country will return to London in March 2017. Priority Tickets are available now.
The festival, which also visits Glasgow and Dublin, will bring a host of country stars to The O2 for three days next spring.
Confirmed for the event so far are Brothers Osborne, Darius Rucker and Maren Morris.
Headliners for the festival have been announced as Brad Paisley, Reba McEntire and Zac Brown Band. Hunter Hayes, Cam, Chris Young, Jennifer Nettles and more will also appear.
Country 2 Country will take place at:
London, The O2 (March 10, 11, 12)
The Weeknd has announced details of a UK headline tour for 2017. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Canadian R&B singer will return to the country in March for a series of arena shows where he will play tracks from imminent new record ‘Starboy’.
The album, which will be released on November 25, is his third studio LP and features a guest appearance from Daft Punk on the title track. The single topped the charts in seven countries.
The only other song on the tracklisting to be confirmed is ‘False Alarm’. The track was shared online on October 11.
The Grammy Award winner previously revealed the record was influenced by Prince, The Smiths, Talking Heads and Bad Brains.
He will play seven shows across the UK, starting at Manchester Arena on March 5. The tour will then move onto London, Glasgow, Newcastle and Birmingham, before wrapping up in Leeds on March 14.
The Weeknd will play:
Manchester, Arena (March 5)
London, The O2 (March 7, 8)
Glasgow, The SSE Hydro (March 10)
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena (March 11)
Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena (March 13)
Leeds, First Direct Arena (March 14)
KISSTORY NYE will ring in the new year at three venues across the south of England and Wales. Priority Tickets are available now.
The club night, which promises old skool, hip-hop, dance, R&B and garage tunes throughout the night, will take place in London, Bristol and Cardiff on New Year’s Eve.
DJs and performers in London will include Swerve, Big Brovaz and Blazin’ Squad, while club-goers in Bristol and Cardiff will be treated to sets by Shortee Blitz, Sharky P, Funky D and more.
KISSTORY NYE will take place at:
London, Building Six at The O2 (December 31)
Bristol, SWX (December 31)
Cardiff, Glam (December 31)
Anastacia has announced a lengthy tour for next year. Priority Tickets are available now.
The American singer-songwriter, whose biggest hits include ‘I’m Outta Love’ and ‘Left Outside Alone’, will embark on ‘The Ultimate Collection’ tour, appearing across the UK in May and June.
The pop star will be playing her greatest hits on the run of dates. She is rumoured to be working on a new album, which would be her first since 2014’s ‘Resurrection’.
Anastacia will play:
Bristol, Colston Hall (May 25)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (May 27)
Birmingham, Symphony Theatre (May 28)
Sheffield, City Hall (June 3)
Cardiff, St David’s Hall (June 4)
Nottingham , Royal Concert Hall (June 5)
Ipswich, Regent Theatre (June 7)
London, Eventim Apollo (June 8)
Bournemouth, BIC Windsor Hall (June 10)
Brighton, Dome (June 11)
Metronomy will perform in London next May. Priority Tickets are available now.
Producer and songwriter Joe Mount will be joined by his backing band as they return to London’s O2 Academy Brixton.
Mount released his latest album ‘Summer 08’ earlier this year, which was the first Metronomy album solely recorded by the musician since debut record ‘Pip Paine (Pay The £5000 You Owe)’.
Metronomy will play:
London, O2 Academy Brixton (May 19)
Snarky Puppy will visit the UK for three dates in May. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Brooklyn instrumental ensemble will head across the Atlantic next year for shows in Glasgow, Manchester and London.
The group, who have performed with Justin Timberlake, Snoop Dogg, Erykah Badu and more in the past, released ‘Culcha Vulcha’, their first studio album in eight years earlier this year.
Snarky Puppy will play:
Glasgow, O2 ABC (May 2)
Manchester, O2 Apollo (May 4)
London, O2 Academy Brixton (May 5)
Underoath have confirmed details of a UK tour for 2017. Priority Tickets are available now.
The Tampa post-hardcore band split in 2013, but reunited shortly after in 2015. They played their first show back together in March 2016 at the Self Help Fest in San Bernadino, California.
The six-piece will return to the UK in May, when they will visit Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham and Bristol.
Underoath will play:
Glasgow, O2 ABC (May 4)
Newcastle, O2 Academy (May 5)
Birmingham, O2 Institute (May 6)
Bristol, O2 Academy (May 11)