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Paramore announce UK and Irish dates in June



With their fifth album ‘After Laughter’ due to drop in the next month, Tennessee’s Paramore are due to come back to Europe for a tour in June and a fistful of UK and Irish dates are listed as part of the tour. You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

15th June: Olympia Theatre, Dublin, IE
16th June: Waterfront Hall, Belfast, NI
18th June: O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK
19th June: Royal Albert Hall, London, UK
21st June: Colston Hall, Bristol, UK
22nd June: Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK

For more information and tickets, please visit paramore.net


Alter Bridge announce UK and Ireland shows in June.


On the heels of releasing their fifth studio album, The Last Hero, Alter Bridge will be embarking on a European tour throughout June and July. They make a stop in the UK and two stops in Ireland. You will be able to catch them at the following dates and venues.

11th June 2017: Download Festival, Donington, UK
20th June 2017: Olympia Theatre, Dublin, IE
21st June 2017: Ulster Hall, Belfast, NI

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

VANT announce UK and Irish tour dates for 2017!


Not long after getting off tour with You Me At Six, as well as their own solo dates. VANT have announced that they’re going back on the road in the new year for a headline tour. The London lads will be headed to both the UK and Ireland in February and March. You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

February 24th 2017: Rescue Rooms, Nottingham, UK
February 25th 2017: The Wardrobe, Leeds, UK
February 26th 2017: Academy 2, Dublin, IE
February 27th 2017: Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast, NI
March 1st 2017: Gorilla, Manchester, UK
March 2nd 2017: Plug, Sheffield, UK
March 3rd 2017: O2 Institute 2, Birmingham, UK
March 4th 2017: Sin City, Swansea, UK
March 5th 2017:  O2 Academy 2, Oxford, UK
March 7th 2017: Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth, UK
March 8th 2017: Thekla, Bristol, UK
March 9th 2017: Electric Ballroom, UK

For more information and dates, please visit wearevant.com!

All Time Low return to the UK and Ireland for another tour!



After touring Europe with Future Hearts not once, but twice, the All Time Low are returning to UK and Irish shores yet again. This time, the dates are set for March 2017.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:
March 10th 2017:
Eventim Apollo, London, UK
March 11th 2017: Great Hall, Cardiff University, UK
March 13th 2017: Guildhall, Southampton, UK
March 14th 2017: Corn Exchange, Cambridge, UK
March 15th 2017: O2 Academy, Leeds, UK
March 16th 2017: O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK
March 18th 2017: Guild Of Students, Liverpool, UK
March 19th 2017: Ulster Hall, Belfast, NI
March 20th 2017: Olympia Theatre, Dubin, IE
March 22nd 2017: O2 Academy, Bristol, UK
March 23rd 2017: O2 Apollo, Manchester, UK
March 24th 2017: O2 Academy, Sheffield, UK
March 25th 2017: O2 Academy, Newcastle, UK
March 27th 2017: Corn Exchange, Edinburgh, UK
March 28th 2017: O2 Academy, Glasgow, UK
March 30th 2017: UEA, Norwich, UK
March 31st 2017: O2 Acdemy, Brixton, UK

For information and tickets, please visit alltimelow.com.

The Skids announce 40th anniversary UK and Irish tour.


Scottish punk legends, The Skids will be taking to the road again next spring to celebrate their 40th anniversary. The line-up will consist of former members Richard Jobson, Bill Simpson and Mike Baillie, as well as Big Country guitarists Bruce and Jamie Watson. You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

May 3rd & 4th 2017 – PJ Molloys, Dunfermline, UK
May 5th 2017 – Liquid Room, Edinburgh, UK
May 6th 2017 – O2 ABC, Glasgow, UK
May 26th 2017 – The Academy, Dublin, IE
May 27th 2017 – Limelight 1, Belfast, NI
June 1st 2017 – Picture Dome, Holmfirth, UK
June 2nd 2017 – O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK
June 3rd 2017 – O2 Academy, Leeds, UK
June 4th 2017 – Roadmenders, Northampton, UK
June 8th 2017 – Bierkellor, Bristol, UK
June 9th 2017 – Academy, Oxford, UK
June 10th 2017 – Academy, Sheffield, UK
June 15th 2017 – Junction, Cambridge, UK
June 16th 2017 – Roundhouse, London, UK
June 17th 2017 – Concorde 2, Brighton, UK
June 21st 2017 – 1865, Southampton, UK
June 22nd 2017 – Robin 2, Bilston, UK
June 23rd 2017 – Academy, Newcastle, UK
June 24th 2017 – Stone Valley Festival, Durham, UK
June 29th 2017 – Town Hall, Montrose, UK
June 30th 2017 – Glen Pavilion, Dunfirmline, UK

For more information and tickets, please visit theskids.com


Iron Maiden announce ‘Book Of Souls Tour’ UK and Ireland dates!


It’s been just about a year ago when Iron Maiden unleashed their 16th studio album, The Book Of Souls, and have been relentlessly touring stadiums and festivals since it’s release. The band have announced a slew of European dates, mostly within the UK and Ireland (after a few dates in mainland Europe). Support on the tour comes from Shinedown.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues

May 6th 2017: 3Arena, Dublin, Ireland
May 8th 2017: Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK
May 10th 2017: Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, UK
May 11th 2017: First Direct Arena, Leeds, UK
May 14th 2017: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, UK
May 16th 2017: SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
May 17th 2017: AECC GE Oil and Gas Arena, Aberdeen, UK
May 20th 2017: Echo Arena, Liverpool, UK
May 21st 2017: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham, UK
May 24th 2017: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK
May 27th 2017: O2 Arena, London, UK

For more information, please visit ironmaiden.com.

Primal Scream announce UK and Ireland tour!


primal_scream_2016-promo-6501The Scream are back! After releasing their 11th album, Chaosmosis back in March earlier in the year, Primal Scream will be taking to the road at the end of the year in support of it. The dates include a fairly extensive UK tour and a couple of stops over in Ireland.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

November 21st 2016: Usher Hall, Edinburgh, UK
November 22nd 2016: Concert Hall, Motherwell, UK
November 23rd 2016: Ironworks, Inverness, UK
November 25th 2016: Grand Hall, Kilmarnock, UK
November 26th 2016: Alhambra, Dunfirmline, UK
November 27th 2016: Olympia, Liverpool, UK
November 30th 2016: Olympia, Dublin, IE
December 1st 2016: Limelight 1, Belfast, NI
December 3rd 2016: Keele University, Stoke, UK
December 4th 2016: O2 Institute, Birmingham, UK
December 5th 2016: Junction, Cambridge, UK
December 7th 2016: O2 Academy, Bristol, UK
December 8th 2016: O2 Academy, Oxford, UK
December 10th 2016: Plug, Sheffield, UK
December 11th 2016: Rock City, Nottingham, UK
December 13th 2016: Pyramids Centre, Portsmith, UK
December 14th 2016: Dome, Brighton, UK
December 15th 2016: O2 Academy, Brixton, UK

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

Jimmy Eat World announce UK and Ireland tour dates!


jimmy_eat_world-2016-promo-1bWith their upcoming 9th studio album Integrity Blues due for general release on October 9th on RCA, Arizona quartet Jimmy Eat World are UK and Ireland bound again throughout the month of November.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

Nov 4th 2016: O2 Guildhall, UK
Nov 5th 2016: Troxy, London, UK
Nov 7th 2016: Olympia Theatre, Dublin, IE
Nov 8th 2016: Limelight 1, Belfast, NI
Nov 9th 2016: Barrowland, Glasgow, UK
Nov 10th 2016: Academy, Manchester, UK
Nov 19th 2016: O2 Academy, Bristol, UK
Nov 20th 2016: O2 Academy, Birmingham, UK
Nov 21st 2016: O2 Forum, London, UK

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

Black Star Riders announce UK and Irish tour dates!


While Thin Lizzy spinoff group, Black Star Riders are currently in the studio working on their third album ‘Heavy Fire’, the band have announced a bunch of tour dates for 2017. They will be bringing The Amorettes with them (having previously toured with them last year on The Killer Instinct tour), as well as GUN.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

March 2nd 2017: Tramshed, Cardiff, UK
March 3rd 2017: William Aston Hall, Wrexham, UK
March 4th 2017: Academy, Dublin, IE
March 5th 2017: Limelight 1, Belfast, NI
March 7th 2017: Ironworks, Inverness, UK
March 8th & 9th 2017: O2 ABC, Glasgow, UK (Co-headline show, BSR close the show on the 9th)
March 10th 2017: O2 Academy, Newcastle, UK
March 11th 2017: O2 Academy, Leeds, UK
March 12th 2017: O2 Ritz, Manchester, UK
March 14th 2017: Rock City, Nottingham, UK
March 15th 2017: UEA, Norwich, UK
March 16th 2017: O2 Academy, Bristol, UK
March 17th 2017: O2 Kentish Town Forum, London, UK
March 18th 2017: O2 Institute, Birmingham, UK
March 19th 2017: O2 Academy, Bournmouth, UK

For more information and tickets, please visit blackstarriders.com!

Avenged Sevenfold announce UK and Ireland tour dates!


With Avenged Sevenfold‘s seventh studio album currently in the works, the California quintet will be headed UK and Ireland bound as soon as their New Years celebrations are concluded. The tour kicks off in Dublin on January 7th and then the band head over to the UK to fulfil a smattering of UK dates. Support will come from Disturbed and In Flames (with the exception of Dublin, where In Flames will not be on the bill).

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

January 7th 2017: 3Arena, Dublin, IE
January 10th 2017: SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
January 12th 2017: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, UK
Jaunary 13th 2017: Genting Arena, Birmingham, UK
January 15th 2017: Sheffield Arena, Sheffield, UK
January 16th 2017: Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK
January 18th 2017: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, UK
January 19th 2017: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK
January 21st 2017: O2 Arena, London, UK

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


Bad Company announce ‘Swan Song’ UK/IE Arena tour!


Bad Company are back on the road for their Swan Song arena tour across the UK and Ireland. Featuring original members, Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs and Simon Kirke. The band released their first live album Live In Concert 1977 & 1979 last month. Special guests will feature RSO: Richie Sambora + Orianthi.

You can catch them at the following dates and venues:

14th October 2016: 3Arena, Dublin, IE
15th October 2016: First Direct Arena, Leeds, UK
17th October 2016: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, UK
19th October 2016: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham, UK
21st October 2016: Genting Arena, Birmingham, UK
24th October 2016: Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK
25th October 2016: SSE Hydro, Glasgow, UK
27th October 2016: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, UK
29th October 2016: o2 Arena, London, UK

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