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.
Michael Ball and Alfie Boe have a co-headline UK tour planned for February and March 2020. The musical theatre stars will play shows in Glasgow, Aberdeen, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bournemouth, Brighton and London on their Back Together UK tour.
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.
Il Divo will return to the UK during the summer of 2019 with their Timeless Greatest Hits Live Tour. The groundbreaking classical crossover group (consisting of Urs Bühler, Sébastien Izambard, Carlos Marín, David Miller) will play eleven shows across the UK in June and July 2019.
Since releasing her debut album in 2004, Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins has become one of the best known and most successful classical crossover artists in the world. Katherine's first seven albums all reached the No.1 position in the UK classical charts, with total sales in excess of 5 million records.
Michael Ball is one of the UK's best loved musical theatre stars, having performed in some of the biggest West End productions of recent times, including Les Miserables, Aspects of Love, Phantom of the Opera, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Hairspray.
After winning BBC's Last Choir Standing in 2008, Only Men Aloud signed a five record deal with Universal Music. They have performed with the likes of Josh Groban and Bonnie Tyler and have completed four UK tours.
Winner of ITV's Britain's Got Talent in 2007, Paul Potts' debut album, One Chance flew straight to the top of the UK album chart, selling more than two million copies by the December of the same year.
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.