Gig Guide: UK tour and show announcement round up for June 16

Welcome to the Gig Guide, where every Friday we give you a round up of some of the recently announced tour dates and one-off shows that will take place in the UK!


Obituary will return to the UK later this year!

Obituary comment: “It has been way too long since we’ve had the opportunity to invade the UK & Ireland properly and we could NOT be any more excited about this announcement. Finally a tour that brings us to so many cool towns and cities across the UK that allows us to get up close & personal with our fans and a true “grass roots” run! Hang on to your ass..this is going to be epic!!”



22 – Brighton, Concorde 2
23 – Portsmouth, Wedgewood Rooms
24 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
25 – Bristol, Thekla
26 – Birmingham, The Asylum
28 – Colchester, Arts Centre
29 – Norwich, Epic Studios
30 – Leeds, Stylus
31 – Glasgow, The Garage

01 Newcastle, Newcastle University Students’ Union
03 Belfast, Limelight 2
04 – Dublin, The Academy
05 – Limerick, Dolan’s Warehouse
07 – Liverpool, 02 Academy2
08 – Oxford, 02 Academy
09 – Sheffield, 02 Academy2
10 – Manchester, Club Academy
11 – Stoke-on-Trent, The Sugarmill

One Ok Rock

One Ok Rock will perform in the UK next month on a one-off headline show.



01 – London, Eventim Apollo

Boy & Bear

Credit: Maclay Heriot

Boy & Bear will be touring the UK in February!


February 2024

05 – Glasgow, King Tut’s

06 – Manchester, Gorilla

07 – London, Electric Ballroom

08 – Brighton, Komedia

09 – Bristol, Thekla


Creeper will tour the UK in November in support of new album Sanguivore.



5th – Bristol, O2 Academy

6th – Glasgow, Clyde Room

8th – Nottingham, Rock City

9th – Manchester, Academy

10th – London, 02 Shepherd’s Bush Empire


Halestorm will be back in the UK for a one-off show in December with support from Black Veil Brides.

Lzzy Hale declares, ““We are so excited to be back across the pond where the rock n roll lifers are! We are celebrating so many milestones this year including having the honour of headlining Wembley at the end of the year! To kick it up a notch we’ve invited our friends in Black Veil Brides to join us for a run as well. We can’t wait to see all of your passionate faces!”



9 – London, OVO Arena Wembley

North Atlas

North Atlas will be on their first run of headline dates in the UK in September!



23 – Glasgow, Classic Grand
28 – Manchester, Star & Garter
29 – London, The Black Heart

Your Future Is Metal

Your Future Is Metal has announced a debut live show in London next month!



15 – Walthamstow, London, Trap

Bob Vylan

Bob Vylan will be on tour in the UK in November with support from Kid Bookie and Panic Shack. Support for the Irish dates comes from Meryl Streek.

“We’ve been locked away making new music and now it’s time to get back on stage where we belong in front of the people that we love.” says Bobby Vylan.  “We’re excited to share new music with people live before anybody else gets to hear it and we’re joined by two incredible bands that are going to make this a tour to remember.”


8 – Belfast Limelight 2
9 – Dublin, Whelan’s
12 – Cambridge, Junction 1
13 – Leeds, Stylus
14 – Glasgow, Garage
16 – Newcastle, Boiler Shop
17 – Manchester, O2 Ritz
18 – Birmingham, O2 Institute
20 – Newcastle, Rock City
21- Bristol, SWX
22 – Southampton, Engine Rooms
24 – Brighton, Chalk
25 – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town

Treeboy & Arc

Credit: Jord Mercer

Treeboy & Arc have a number of UK dates coming up this year.



22 – Cheshire, Bluedot

24 – Preston, Glastonferret at The Ferret w/ Bodega
25 – Birkenhead, Future Now at Future Yard w/ The Bug Club
27 – Leeds, This Must Be The Place at Belgrave Music Hall w/ Bodega

October (*= headline)
17 – Brighton, Prince Albert*
18 – London, Moth Club*
19 – Margate, Where Else?*
20 – Bristol, Rough Trade*
21 – Cardiff, Swn Fest
25 – Manchester, YES (Basement)*
26 – Glasgow, Nice N Sleazy*
28 – Nottingham, Karma Weekender at Chameleon


ZAND will be appearing at some UK festivals later this summer!



21 – Hertfordshire, Standon Calling

26 – Reading Festival
27 – Leeds Festival

Bring Me The Horizon

Bring Me The Horizon will kick off 2024 with a UK tour in support of new record Post Human: Next Gen!

Support comes from Bad Omens, Static Dress and Cassyette!


January 2024

9- Cardiff, Cardiff International Arena
10- Bournemouth, Bournemouth International Centre
12-  Birmingham, Utilita Arena
13-  Manchester, AO Arena
14-  Glasgow, OVO Hydro
16-  Newcastle, Utilita Arena

17-  Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena
18-  Sheffield, Utilita Arena
20-  London, The O2 Arena
23 – Dublin, Ireland, 3 Arena

Elizabeth Birt

June 16, 2023

Band management assistant. Goth princess and lover of all things music and sport.


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