Aussie pop-rock band 5 Seconds of Summer rose to international fame when One Direction invited them on their 'Take Me Home' world tour in 2013. 5SOS performed live across the UK, US, Australia and New Zealand during the tour.
50 Cent will play three of the country's biggest arenas during a short UK tour in September 2018. The hip hop superstar will celebrate the 15th anniversary of his debut album, Get Rich or Die Tryin', with shows in Birmingham, London and Manchester.
A-ha have extended their Hunting High and Low Tour to included extra UK dates in 2020. The Norwegian trio will play their debut album in its entirety during the tour, which includes shows in Bournemouth, Liverpool, Birmingham and London.
Australian rock band AC/DC is one of the best selling bands of all time, with a staggering 200+ million albums sold worldwide. AC/DC are pioneers of heavy metal music and have crisscrossed the globe on countless world tours.
Adam Ant was one of the 1980s best known pop stars. Initially he led the group Adam and the Ants with whom he scored a string of top ten hits, including the number-one singles Stand and Deliver and Prince Charming.
Adele's debut album, 19, was released in 2008 and is now certified seven times platinum. Her second album, 21, was released in 2011 and it became a worldwide hit – winning her six Grammy Awards, two BRIT Awards and three American Music Awards.
Aerosmith is one of America's finest musical exports, producing countless hits such as Love in an Elevator, Dude (Looks Like a Lady) and Angel. The band also had a smash hit with I Don't Want To Miss a Thing from the soundtack to the film Armageddon.
Alanis Morissette is celebrating the 25th anniversary of her breakthrough album, Jagged Little Pill, with a world tour in 2020. The Canadian singer-songwriter will play shows in London, Birmingham, Dublin and Manchester during the tour.
After winning series five of ITV's The X-Factor, Alexandra Burke shot to stardom and became one of Britain's brightest new stars. Her debut single, Hallelujah, took the Christmas number one spot in December 2008. Alexandra's debut album, Overcome, was released a year later and also reached the top spot on the UK album chart.
English tenor Alfie Boe is perhaps best known for playing the role of Jean Valjean in the West End musical Les Misérables. As a recording artist, Alfie Boe has released eight studio albums. He is often referred to as being the nation's favourite tenor.
Alice Cooper will bring his new show – Ol' Black Eyes Is Back – to UK arenas in the autumn of 2019. The veteran rocker will play shows in Manchester, Aberdeen, Leeds, Brighton, London, Birmingham and Cardiff during the tour.
Alicia Keys will visit the UK & Ireland for a series of arena dates during the summer of 2020. The Grammy Award-winning American R&B singer-songwriter will play shows in Dublin, Manchester, Birmingham and London as part of ALICIA The World Tour.
All Time Low will tour the UK in March 2018. The American pop-punk band will perform shows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Birmingham, Manchester and London during The Young Renegades Tour.
English indie rockers Alt-J won the Mercury Music Prize plus an Ivor Novello Award for their debut album An Awesome Wave. This was followed by the band's second studio album, This Is All Yours, which reached No.1 in the UK chart in 2014.
Alter Bridge will be touring the UK in late 2019 in support of their new album. The American hard rock band will play shows in Nottingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham, Cardiff and London during their Walk The Sky Tour.
The world's most beloved tenor Andrea Bocelli will visit the UK & Ireland during the autumn of 2020 to perform three shows in London and Dublin.
André Rieu together with his 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra, the Platin Tenors and a number of international soloists, will be touring the UK & Ireland's biggest arenas again in April and May 2020.
Arcade Fire will be performing 'in the round' at UK arenas in April 2018. The Infinite Content Tour will see the Canadian indie rockers playing from the centre of each venue with the audience surrounding them.
Architects will be touring the UK in early 2019 in support of their eighth studio album Holy Hell. The metal band will play shows in Manchester, Glasgow, Cardiff and London during January 2019.
Arctic Monkeys will be touring the UK & Ireland this autumn in support of their upcoming sixth studio album Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino. The Sheffield rockers will play shows in Manchester, London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Dublin and Newcastle during the tour.