Duran Duran is one of the most successful British bands to have emerged during the 1980s. With massive hits such as The Reflex, The Wild Boys and A View to a Kill, Duran Duran swept all before them as their popularity spread worldwide.
Following a massive UK stadium tour in 2018, Ed Sheeran will return to the UK in August 2019 to play five huge homecoming shows in Leeds and Ipswich. The Roundhay Park (Leeds) and Chantry Park (Ipswich) shows will be a continuation of his hugely successful Divide World Tour.
Ellie Goulding burst onto the music scene in 2010, winning the Critics' Choice BRIT Award and the BBC Sound of 2010 poll. Her debut album, Lights, reached No.1 in the UK chart.
Elvis In Concert: Live On Screen is a unique concert experience featuring the most recognisable voice of all time, Elvis Presley, backed by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and the TCB Band. This unmissable show will be touring the UK's arenas in November and December 2019.
Eminem has announced plans for a series of European shows in the summer of 2018. The American rapper will perform two shows at Twickenham Stadium on 14th and 15th July 2018 as part of his Revival Tour.
Enrique Iglesias will be touring the UK & Ireland in October 2018 for the first time in four years. The Latin pop star will perform shows in London, Dublin, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham during his All The Hits Live Tour.
Eric Clapton CBE is one of the world's most influential musicians. With his musical roots deeply seated in blues, Clapton is credited with the creation of innovative musical styles such as psychadelic rock and blues rock.
Swedish rock band Europe, famous for the huge hit The Final Countdown, originally formed in 1979. They became one of the world's most successful rock bands during the 1980s thanks to the success of their third album. Europe's latest album, Bag Of Bones, was released in 2012.
London-born rapper Example is so named because the initials of his real name, Elliot Gleave, form the abbreviation e.g. (for example). Example has released five studio albums – including the platinum selling Playing in the Shadows which reached No.1 in the UK chart in 2011.
British electronica band Faithless has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide and is regarded as one of the top dance acts of our time. Faithless comprises Rollo, Sister Bliss and Maxi Jazz and was formed in 1995. The band is best known for the hits We Come 1, God is a DJ and Insomnia.
Fall Out Boy will join Green Day and Weezer on the Hella Mega Tour during the summer of 2020. They will perform shows in Glasgow, London, Huddersfield and Dublin during June 2020.
Fatboy Slim will embark on his biggest UK tour yet in 2019. The legendary DJ will perform In The Round from the centre of each arena in Wembley, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow, Manchester and Nottingham during February and March 2019.
Feeder is a Welsh alternative rock band which formed in 1992. Feeder achieved mainstream success following the release of the album Echo Park in 2001. Feeder has won two Kerrang! awards and three of their albums have gone platinum.
Fleetwood Mac will be touring Europe with a new line-up during the summer of 2019. The Grammy-award winning band will play a huge show at Wembley Stadium in June as part of the new tour.
Florence and The Machine completed their High As Hope tour of the UK & Ireland in November 2018. The band played shows in Leeds, Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin, London, Manchester, Brighton and Cardiff during the tour.
Foals will follow the release of their new album, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1, with a UK summer tour. The indie rock band will play shows in Manchester, Kent, Birmingham, Glasgow, Thetford, London and Bournemouth during June 2019.
Foo Fighters will return to the UK in the summer of 2018 for three huge stadium gigs. The US rockers will perform one concert at Manchester's Etihad Stadium and two concerts at London's Olympic Stadium in June 2018.
Frank Turner will be touring the UK in late 2019 in support of his eighth studio album No Man's Land. Frank Turner and his backing band, the Sleeping Souls, will play shows in Dunfermline, Cardiff, Southampton, Manchester, Newcastle, Bexhill, London and Birmingham during the tour.
Gary Barlow is best known for being the lead singer and frontman in Take That. As well as writing and performing countless hits with Take That, Gary has also released a number of solo albums.
George Ezra undertook his biggest tour to date during the spring of 2019. The chart-topping singer-songwriter played shows in eleven cities across the country during March 2019, including two huge shows at the O2 in London.