Pussycat Dolls are reuniting for their first tour in 10 years. Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Jessica Sutta, and Carmit Bachar will play a series of arena shows across the UK & Ireland in April 2020.
Queen and Adam Lambert will bring their critically acclaimed Rhapsody Tour to UK arenas in 2020. The winning rock combination will perform shows in London, Manchester and Birmingham during June 2020.
Alternative Rock legend, R.E.M. shot to stardom with the release of their album, Document in 1987 and were announced as America's Best Rock and Roll Band by Rolling Stone magazine. R.E.M. has also enjoyed eight UK number one albums since 1991.
Alternative rock band Radiohead have produced some of the most critically acclaimed albums of the past 20 years – including OK Computer (1997), Kid A (2000) and In Rainbows (2007). The band has won three Grammy Awards and an army of loyal fans along the way.
Rammstein will play three huge shows across the UK during the summer of 2020. The German metal band will play Coventry's Ricoh Arena, Belfast's Boucher Playing Fields and Cardiff's Principality Stadium as part of their 2020 European Stadium tour.
Rebecca Ferguson was a runner-up in the seventh series of ITV's The X-Factor in 2010, losing out to Matt Cardle in the live final. Despite losing out in the final, Rebecca was offered a recording contract and went on to release her debut album, Heaven, in December 2011.
Red Hot Chili Peppers unique mix of funk, punk and hard rock has made them one of the most recognisable and popular bands on the planet. Originally formed in Los Angeles in the mid 1980s, the Chilis had to wait until the release of their fourth album, Mother's Milk in 1989, before they gained widespread popularity.
Rick Astley will be touring the UK's arenas during the spring of 2020. The 'Never Gonna Give You Up' singer will play eleven shows across the country on his Greatest Hits tour, starting in Leeds on 3rd April and ending in Brighton on 19th April.
Rihanna has sold more than 200 million records worldwide, making her one of the biggest selling artists of all time. Her many hits include SOS, Umbrella, Take a Bow, Only Girl (In the World), What's My Name?, We Found Love and Diamonds.
Rita Ora will be touring the UK in support of her second studio album, Phoenix, in 2019. The singer will play shows in Cardiff, Bournemouth, London, Birmingham, Liverpool, Leeds and Glasgow during May 2019.
Originally finding fame with Take That in the early 90s, Robbie Williams is now one of the most recognisable and popular British musicans ever. After leaving Take That in 1995, Robbie enjoyed huge success with his solo work. Some of Robbie's best known tracks include Angels, Rock DJ and Millennium.
Rod Stewart will be touring the UK for the first time in three years during 2019, following the release of his latest album Blood Red Roses. The legendary rocker will play shows across the country from May through to December 2019.
Roger Waters was a founder member of Pink Floyd, one of the most successful and critically acclaimed rock bands in history. Between Pink Floyd's formation in 1965 and his departure in 1984, Roger Waters was the band's bass player, co-lead singer and primary songwriter. He penned many of Pink Floyd's classic albums, including The Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall.
As well as being part of the massively successful boy band Boyzone, Ronan Keating has also pursued a successful solo career. As a solo artist, Ronan has released a total of 8 studio albums, of which three have reached number one in the UK album chart.
Roy Orbison & Buddy Holly: The Rock 'N' Roll Dream Tour will visit arenas across the UK & Ireland during the autumn of 2019. Combining holographic performance with a live band and backing singers, audiences can enjoy an evening of greatest hits from Roy Orbison and Buddy Holly.
Canadian rock band Rush is considered to be one of the most progressive and popular rock bands on the planet. The trio – consisting of Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart – have sold more than 40 million records worldwide thanks to their inventive musicianship and intelligent lyrics.
Russell Watson is probably Britain's finest tenor. His career started early, as a child performing at a working men's club. However, it wasn't until 2001 that he sky-rocketed as a classical-cum-pop artist, after singing at three large sporting events including the Rugby League final at Wembley Stadium.
S Club 7 were formed in the late 1990s as a 7-piece pop group with an accompanying TV show. The format was very successful and, during the five years that the group was together, they had four UK No.1 singles and one UK No.1 album to celebrate.
Sade is a British R&B band originally formed in the early eighties and takes its name from the lead vocalist, Sade Adu. Their debut album, Diamond Life, released in 1984, reached the number two spot in the UK album chart but achieved a 4x Platinum status. Sade's follow-up album, Promise reached the top spot in the UK album chart the following year.
Sam Fender will be touring the UK during the spring of 2020 in support of his number-one debut album Hypersonic Missiles. The Geordie singer-songwriter will play shows in Manchester, Glasgow, London, Leicester, Cardiff, Leeds and Newcastle during the tour.