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A$AP Rocky & Wiz Khalifa
Double headline tour from rap and hip hip heavyweights, A$AP Rocky and Wiz Khalifa.
André Rieu: And the Waltz Goes On
In what will surely be the mane event for fans of international violin-playing, André Rieu mops up the permanent wave of enthusiasm for his signature style, and returns to the UK to do what only he and his instrument can do.
Def Leppard and Whitesnake
Strap yourself in for a hirsute night of arena rock – Def Leppard and Whitesnake on co-headline tour.
The foppish 80s yacht-botherers return for their first full UK tour in seven years (although true fans will still be drying out their shoulder pads following their rain-soaked appearance at Edinburgh Castle in 2009), with a new album to punt.
Fleetwood Bac: Fleetwood Mac Tribute
The ensemble performs rock in tribute to the award-winning band.
Following the success of their 2013 return the 1970s MOR behemoths are back on the road with their ‘On With The Show’ tour. The group will be joined by singer Christine McVie following a 16 year absence.
Florence + the Machine
Lusty vocalist with a fine line in stage gear and one of the most distinctive voices in pop on a short arena tour.
Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons
Forget the many Jersey Boys tribute shows and revel in the real falsetto as Frankie Valli performs classic hits from 'Walk Like a Man' to 'Beggin''.
The veteran rock band performs a farewell British tour, with special guest Alice Cooper.
The ultimate hair metal bad boy rockers (just read tell all biog The Dirt for definitive proof) on their final tour, they've signed a contract that means they'll be sued if they play under the 'Mötley Crüe' name again, last ever chance to hear 'Girls Girls Girls', 'Dr Feelgood' or 'Smokin' in the Boys Room' live.
Wed 4 Nov
Times to be confirmed / £35–£45 / 0844 338 8000
With Alice Cooper.
The rhinestone-encrusted troubadour serenades with such well-worn classics as 'Song Sung Blue', 'Love on the Rocks' and the seminal 'Sweet Caroline'. Altogether - 'hands touching hands …'
Old school rock from the Canadians that brought you 'This is How You Remind Me' and 'Rockstar', they might be universally derided but sell albums by the bucketload.
After a host of farewell tours, Hucknall and his pseudo-soul crew band together again for their Reformed! 30th anniversary tour.
Wet Wet Wet
The Glasgow soul popsters tour their greatest hits, and some other people's greatest hits as well.