Black Stone Cherry will be touring the UK's arenas this winter. The Kentucky rockers will play shows in Cardiff, Newcastle, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds and Wembley in December 2018.
Californian pop-punk band Blink 182 formed in 1992 and found mainstream success with the release of their third studio album, Enema of the State, which spawned the hits All the Small Things and What's My Age Again?. The band split in 2005 but reformed again in late 2008 with plans for a new album and tour.
Bon Jovi will be touring the UK & Ireland for the first time in six years during the summer of 2019. The legendary American rock band will play huge stadium shows in Dublin, Liverpool, Wembley and Coventry as part of their This House Is Not for Sale Tour.
Boy George & Culture Club will be back touring the UK's arenas in 2018. The eighties pop icons will play 11 shows across the UK in November as part of their Life Tour.
Following the success of their sell-out farewell tour in early 2019, Boyzone will perform their very last UK shows at five select venues across the country in October 2019. The veteran Irish boy band will play shows in Birmingham, Glasgow, Nottingham, Manchester and London during The Final Five UK tour.
Brad Paisley will visit the UK & Ireland for a short run of shows during the autumn of 2019. The American country music star will play shows in London and Dublin as part of his latest World Tour with support from Chris Lane.
Brian Wilson is a founding member of The Beach Boys and is widely acknowledged as being one of the most innovative and influential artists within popular music. In addition to his involvement with The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson has recorded eleven solo studio albums. His latest studio album – No Pier Pressure – was released in April 2015.
Bring Me The Horizon will embark on a massive new tour in November 2018. The Sheffield rockers will play shows in five UK cities, including two nights at Alexandra Palace, as part of their First Love World Tour.
Britney Spears will bring her Las Vegas show Piece of Me to the UK & Ireland during the summer of 2018. The legendary pop star will perform the show at venues in Scarborough, Manchester, Dublin, Glasgow, London, Birmingham and Blackpool.
BROS burst on to the pop scene in 1987 with the single When Will I Be Famous?, which reached No.2 in the UK chart. The answer to the question posed by their hit single came immediately. In the 2-year period that followed, the band had eight Top 10 hits, a platinum-selling album and achieved worldwide fame.
Bruce Springsteen, or 'The Boss' as he is also known, is widely regarded as one of the most influential songwriters of our time. He has sold more than 120 million records during his career, and has received an incredible 20 Grammy Awards.
Hawaiian singer-songwriter Bruno Mars released his debut album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, in 2010. The album propelled him to worldwide fame with the smash hits Just the Way You Are, Grenade and The Lazy Song.
Bryan Adams will visit the UK in 2019 with his Shine a Light Tour. The Canadian singer-songwriter will play shows in Belfast, Wembley, Sheffield, Nottingham, Liverpool, Cardiff and Bournemouth during the tour.
BTS will return to the UK during the summer of 2019 as part of their Love Yourself: Speak Yourself world tour. The South Korean boy band sensation will play two huge shows at Wembley Stadium during the tour.
Bullet For My Valentine are a four-piece hard rock band from Bridgend in Wales. To date, they have released a total of four albums. The band's most recent album, Temper Temper, was released in February 2013.
Busted will hit the road with their Half Way There Tour in the spring of 2019. The three-piece pop-rock band will play shows in Glasgow, Cardiff, Manchester, Birmingham and Wembley in March 2019.
Scottish DJ and producer Calvin Harris released his debut album, I Created Disco, in 2007 and it reached number 8 in the UK chart. All fourteen tracks on the album were written, produced and performed solely by Calvin.
Carrie Underwood will bring her Cry Pretty Tour to UK arenas in June and July 2019. The American country singer-songwriter will play shows in Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester and London as part of the tour.
Cast is a four-piece band from Liverpool that was part of the Britpop movement in the mid-nineties. Cast's front man, John Power, was also the former bassist with The La's. Cast enjoyed considerable success with their debut album, All Change, which was released in 1995. The album spawned the top-ten singles Alright, Sandstorm and Walkaway.
Catfish and the Bottlemen will embark on another series of UK arena dates during the autumn of 2019. The Welsh indie rock band will play shows in Birmingham, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Liverpool and Leeds in November 2019.