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.
Barry Manilow will return to the UK in 2020 for a limited number of arena shows. The musical legend will perform his many hits when he visits Birmingham, Newcastle, Manchester, Cardiff, London, Leeds and Glasgow in May and June 2020.
Celine Dion will bring her Courage World Tour to UK & Ireland arenas during the autumn of 2020. The Canadian singer will play shows in Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin and London in September 2020.
David Gray will mark the 20th anniversary of his multi-million selling White Ladder album with a UK & Ireland arena tour in 2020. The English singer-songwriter will play shows in Liverpool, Glasgow, Cardiff, Bournemouth, London, Leeds, Birmingham, Belfast and Dublin during the tour.
Deacon Blue have a UK & Ireland tour planned for 2020 in support of a new album titled City Of Love. The Scottish pop-rock band will play 23 venues across the region from October through to December 2020.
Dido has a new UK & Ireland tour planned for late 2019. The English singer-songwriter will play shows in Birmingham, Glasgow, Dublin, Manchester, Brighton, Ipswich, Sheffield and London during the tour.
Dua Lipa has announced plans for a 10-date UK & Ireland arena tour in 2020. The English pop sensation will play shows in London, Manchester, Leeds, Cardiff, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow and Dublin on her Future Nostalgia Tour.
Elbow will be touring the UK & Ireland during the spring of 2020 in support of the band's new album Giants Of All Sizes. Guy Garvey and co will perform 23 shows across the region, starting in Dublin on 28th March and ending in London on 28th April.
Elton John has announced plans for his final worldwide concert tour. The Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour will see the global pop icon perform more than 300 shows from September 2018 through to its conclusion in 2021.
The Hella Mega Tour will see rock heavyweights Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer perform shows in Glasgow, London, Huddersfield and Dublin during June 2020. The tour will be in support of Green Day's 13th studio album, Father of All ****, which is due for release in early 2020.
Halsey will be touring the UK & Ireland during the spring of 2020 in support of her new album Manic. The American singer-songwriter will play shows in Glasgow, London, Dublin and Manchester as part of her Manic World Tour, with support from Pale Waves.
Harry Styles has announced a huge world tour for 2020, which includes several UK & Ireland arena shows. The tour will be in support of the former One Direction singer's second solo album, Fine Line, which is set for release in December 2019.
James Blunt will perform nine UK arena shows in 2020 as part of a massive European tour. The singer-songwriter will play shows in Birmingham, Manchester, Hull, Newcastle, Glasgow, Nottingham, Cardiff, Brighton and London during his Once Upon a Mind Tour.
The Jonas Brothers will bring their Happiness Begins Tour to UK & Ireland arenas in 2020. The American pop-rock trio will play shows in Birmingham, Dublin, London, Glasgow and Manchester during January and February.
Kaiser Chiefs will be touring the UK in early 2020 in support of their new album Duck. The indie rockers will play shows in Nottingham, Bridlington, Hull, Edinburgh, Blackpool, Birmingham, Plymouth, Bournemouth, Brighton, Cardiff and London during the tour.
Lana Del Rey will visit the UK in 2020 for a series of huge arena shows. The American singer-songwriter will play shows in London, Manchester, Glasgow and Birmingham in support of her latest album Norman Fucking Rockwell.
Little Mix have a massive UK summer tour planned for 2020. The world's biggest girl group will play 21 shows across the country – starting in Falkirk on 26th June and ending in Aberdeen on 26th July.
Mabel will be touring the UK & Ireland in early 2020 in support of her debut album High Expectations. The English singer-songwriter will perform shows in Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Norwich, Southampton, Birmingham and London during January and February 2020.
Madonna is the original 'Queen of Pop'. During an incredible career, Madonna has sold more than 300 million records worldwide and has received seven Grammy Awards.
McFly are back together with a huge UK arena tour planned for the spring of 2020. Tom, Danny, Dougie and Harry will perform 11 shows across the country on their reunion tour, starting in Liverpool on 26th April and ending in Nottingham on 10th May.