Icelandic synth-punks Kælan Mikla be in the UK supporting the legendary Ville Valo across five dates in March 2023.
The band said: “We are honored to be joining VV for his Neon Noir tour in 2023. We’ve known Ville Valo for his incredible work with HIM since we were little and we’re so excited to be a part of this next chapter!”
10, Bristol, O2 Academy
11, Nottingham, Rock City
13, Glasgow, Garage
14, Manchester, O2 Ritz
15, London, O2 Forum Kentish Town
While She Sleeps
While She Sleeps will perform at Alexandra Palace next year!
The band said: “We’re gunna be a bunch of fucking punx in a palace haha.
“This show will be the embodiment of our entire life’s work. Prepare for the biggest Sleeps show imaginable. It’s time for us to take that leap & we’ve never been more ready. For us, headlining our first arena-sized venue is proof that if we can do this, YOU the people have the potential to do anything. We’re here to make our stamp on history, not wait around for permission.”
23: London, Alexandra Palace
Blink-182 are back with the original lineup of Mark, Tom and Travis and are going on a world tour next year – which includes a few UK dates!
Support comes from The Story So Far.
2 – Glasgow, OVO Hydro
4 – Belfast, UK, SSE Arena
5 – Dublin, 3Arena
11 – London, The O2
14 – Birmingham, Utilita Arena
Oct 15 – Manchester, UK – AO Arena^
Those Damn Crows
Those Damn Crows will head off on a UK run in February!
Frontman Shane Greenhall exclaims: “We are all so stoked to bring our Crow headline show all across the UK, we cannot wait to perform for you all and to play brand new songs… live and loud, from our latest album Inhale/Exhale. DO NOT MISS THIS!!!”
17 – Leeds, Key Club
18- Manchester, Academy 3
19 – Newcastle, Riverside
21 – Glasgow, The Garage
22 – Bradford, Nightrain
24 – London, Islington Assembly Hall
25 – Swansea Arena
Polyphia will kick off their next European tour with a few UK shows in May!
09 – Bristol, SWX
10 – Glasgow, Garage
11 – London, Shepherd’s Bush
12 – Birmingham, 02 Institute
13 – Manchester, 02 Ritz
Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe
Def Leppard and Mötley Crüe will be in the UK on tour next year – together!
“After finally getting back on the road and having a monumental summer tour in the US & Canada this year, we’re beyond thrilled to be bringing this massive stadium tour to major cities all over the world, and kicking off Europe in Sheffield where it all started for us 45 years ago. We’re looking forward to seeing you out there, somewhere soon!” said Joe Elliott of Def Leppard.
“We had an incredible time playing The Stadium Tour in North America this summer and we truly can’t wait to take the show around the globe with The WORLD Tour in 2023. Crüeheads in Latin America and Europe: Get ready! We’re coming for you next and can’t wait to finally see all of you out there again next year!” Mötley Crüe said in a joint statement.
22 – Sheffield, Bramall Lane
1 – London, Wembley Stadium Connected by EE
2 – Lytham, Lytham Festival (festival date)
6 – Glasgow, Hampden Park Stadium