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All Time Low ‘Back To The Future Hearts’ tour UK & Ireland dates.


Hang on a minute! Didn’t these lads only play this side of the pond a few months back? Yep, and they’re returning earlier than usual for what’s become their annual crusade across the Atlantic (They actually just performed Belsonic in Belfast a couple of days ago!). All Time Low will return to the UK and Ireland in February for the European leg of the ‘Back To The Future Hearts’ tour, and this time they’re taking on the arenas.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

10th Feb 2016: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK
11th Feb 2016: The O2, London, UK
12th Feb 2016: Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK
13th Feb 2016: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, UK
15th Feb 2016: SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
16th Feb 2016: 3Arena, Dublin, IE

For more information and tickets, please visit alltimelow.com.


Texas 25th anniversary tour


Texas are back to celebrate their 25th anniversary with a new release, ‘Texas 25’ and an accompanying tour. The tour will feature both songs and stories of the bands career spanning the 25 years, and the band will do an Irish date before spending a month touring around Europe before returning to the UK to conclude the tour.

You can catch Texas at the following dates and venues:

11th Nov 2015: Olympia Theatre, Dublin, IE
13th Dec 2015: Roundhouse, London, UK
15th Dec 2015: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
16th Dec 2015: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, UK
18th Dec 2015: SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
19th Dec 2015: AECC, Aberdeen, UK

For more information and tickets, please visit www.texas.uk.com


Motorhead’s 40th anniversary UK tour!


It’s somewhat scary to believe that recording went under way for Motorhead’s debut release, “On Parole” almost 40 years ago, isn’t it? And Lemmy is still going and showing no signs of letting up, along with Phil and Mikkey. The 40th anniversary tour has been announced and they’re making a few stops in the UK in 2016.

Their forthcoming album, ‘Bad Magic’ is set for release on the 28th of August.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

23rd January: City Hall, Newcastle, UK
24th January: Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow, UK
26th January: O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK
27th January: Oasis, Swindon, UK
29th January: Eventim Apollo, London, UK

For more information and tickets, please visit imotorhead.com.


Motionless In White to tour the UK and Ireland.


After dropping their third studio album, ‘Reincarnate’ last September, it seems like Motionless In White can’t keep off the road in support for it. They return to the UK and Ireland in November and December.

They are bringing Chelsea Grin and New Year’s Day along with them for support. You can catch them at the following venues and dates:

23rd November: Mandela Hall, Belfast, NI
24th November: The Academy, Dublin, IE
26th November: Club Academy, Manchester, UK
27th November: University Union Building, Leeds, UK
28th November: Garage, Glasgow, UK
29th November: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
1st December: Asylum, Birmingham, UK
2nd December: The Fleece, Bristol, UK

For more information and tickets, please visit motionlessinwhite.net.


The Lemonheads announce UK and Ireland tour.


The Lemonheads are going back on the road and returning to the UK and Ireland this October. It will be the first full band tour Evan Dando & Co have done since their 2012 tour.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

1st October: The Library, Birmingham, UK
2nd October: The Gate, Cardiff, UK
4th October: Limelight 2, Belfast, NI
5th October: The Academy, Dublin, IE
7th October: The Ritz, Manchester, UK
8th October: Indigo2, London, UK

For more information, please visit thelemonheads.net


Megadeth & Lamb Of God co-headline tour.


After being unceremoniously ousted from Metallica, an upset Dave Mustaine took a year out before forming Megadeth. By 1985, their debut release ‘Killing Is My Business… And Business is good. 30 years and 14 studio albums later, with a 15th due to drop this year, Megadeth will do a small anniversary tour across the UK and Ireland in November.

They share the headline with Lamb Of God, who are fresh off from headlining the second stage at Download. Drummer, Chris Adler will be performing double duty, playing for both Megadeth and Lamb Of God.

Support comes from Children Of Bodom and Sylosis.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues.

9th November: 3Arena, Dublin, IE
11th November: Braehead Arena, Glasgow, UK
12th November: O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK
14th November: SSE Arena, Wembley, UK
15th November: O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK

For more information, please visit megadeth.com and lamb-of-god.com.