Tour News

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

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Peter Hook & The Light UK & Irish tour dates!

Over the last few years, former Joy Division and New Order bassist, Peter Hook has been touring extensively performing classic Joy Division and New Order albums in their entirety (usually performing double duty as a support set under the guise of ‘Slaves Of Venus’ performing mini Joy Division sets on New Order setlist tours). Peter Hook & The Light have announced another string of dates, mostly comprising of the Brotherhood/Low Life albums, however there are some Joy Division setlist dates amongst these.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues.

18th July 2015: Truck Festival, Oxford, UK
29th August 2015: Victorious Festival, Portsmouth, UK
6th September 2015: Bingley Music Live, Bradford, UK
17th September 2015: The Venue, Derby, UK
18th September 2015: Guildhall, Gloucester, UK
19th September 2015: The Picturedome, Holmfirth, UK
24th September 2015: The Art School, Glasgow, UK
25th September 2015: City Hall, Hull, UK
26th September 2015: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
1st October 2015: Chinnery’s, Southend On Sea, UK
2nd October 2015: The Brook, Southampton, UK
3rd October 2015: Assembly Rooms, Leamington Spa, UK
30th October 2015: Academy 1, Manchester, UK
6th November 2015: Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
7th November 2015: Shine On Weekender, Minehead, UK

Irish Dates rescheduled!:

31st March 2016: Mandela Hall, Belfast, NI
1st April 2016: Dolan’s, Limerick, IE
2nd April 2016: Academy, Dublin, IE

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Motley Crüe announce final tour, with Alice Cooper UK dates

With Download around the corner, and Motley Crüe playing on the final night. The Crüe have announced that they are calling it a day on the touring circuit.

They’re going out with a bang though. The tour, dubbed “All Bad Things Must Come To An End” will also be bringing along Alice Cooper for four shows in the UK:

2nd November 2015 – Newcastle Metro Radio Arena, UK
3rd November 2015 – Manchester Arena, UK
4th November 2015 – Birmingham Genting Arena, UK
6th November 2015 – London SSE Arena, Wembley, UK

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The Prodigy announce dates for the UK and Ireland.

After dropping their sixth studio album, “The Day Is My Enemy” back in March, The Prodigy have announced that they are embarking on a world tour, which will come to Europe towards the end of the year, with UK and Ireland dates in November and December. They will be supported by Public Enemy.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

22nd November 2015: Exhibition & Conference Centre, Aberdeen, UK
23rd November 2015: SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
24th November 2015: Capital FM Arena, Nottingham, UK
26th November 2015: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, UK
27th November 2015: Manchester Central, Manchester, UK
28th November 2015: Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, UK
30th November 2015: 3Arena, Dublin, IE
1st December 2015: Odyssey Arena, Belfast, NI
3rd December 2015: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, UK
4th + 5th December 2015: SSE Arena, Wembley, UK

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