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That’s right is another of our eerily accurate tour prediction features, where we look at which artists could announce a UK tour for 2018. With some big names already announced for 2017, including Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith and others. Who will announce next? Find out our tour predictions here.
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The Rolling Stones
Legendary, English rock band, The Rolling Stones toured Europe with their No Filter tour in 2017. But with no UK dates announced as of yet, fans of The Rolling Stones wait with baited breath to see if UK tour dates will be announced for 2018. Imagine watching The Rolling Stones performing their greatest hits with the same intensity and energy as when they first started more than 50 years ago. The Rolling Stones UK tour would likely see them perform stadiums such as Wembley Stadium, Etihad Stadium, Stadia of Light, Principality Stadium and others. Register your interest in The Rolling Stones hospitality 2018, here.
King of rap, Eminem’s brand-new album ‘Revival’ will be released on Friday 15th December, with a huge line up of celebrity collaborations including the likes of Beyonce, Pink and Ed Sheeran. Eminem is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in rap music, known for his quick lyricism and passionate style, Eminem has maintained his important legacy for almost two decades. Following on from his huge performance at Wembley Stadium in 2013, An Eminem UK tour 2018 would likely see him perform at stadiums such as Twickenham Stadium and Manchester’s Old Trafford. Register your interest in Eminem hospitality 2018, here.
Beyonce & Jay-Z
Perhaps a wild card option for 2018, both Beyonce and Jay Z could be looking to tour next year. Given than Jay Z will complete the North American part of his 4:44 tour in 2017, and that he performed at V Festival earlier this year, Jay Z could be looking to tour in the UK in 2018.
Beyonce has recently been releasing a variety of collaborative songs such as, featuring on: Eminem’s Walk on Water, and Ed Sheeran’s Perfect. Beyonce will also headline at Coachella Music Festival in 2018. Could these two artists tour together in 2018 as they have before? A Beyonce & Jay-Z UK tour would likely see them perform at stadium such as, Wembley Stadium, Etihad Stadium, Hampden Park, Principality Stadium and select others. Register your interest in Beyonce and Jay Z hospitality 2018, here.
Country mega star, Garth Brooks is wrapping up his North America tour at the top of his game. His tour has broken a North American record with 6.4 million ticket sales, he’s achieved his 20th No.1 single ‘Ask Me How I Know’ in the US, and has been awarded CMA’s Entertainer of the Year. Garth Brooks has been teasing fans in Ireland and the UK with tour dates, which could see performances in Croke Park, Aviva Stadium or Wembley Stadium. Register your interest in Garth Brooks hospitality 2018, here.
2017 has been a huge year for Pink as she released her comeback album ‘Beautiful Trauma’ which went straight to the top of the charts. Pink’s incredible career spans almost two decades, known for her upbeat, empowering hits such as Raise Your Glass, Just Give Me A Reason and So What. Pink has already announced North American and Australian tour dates for 2018, but given her performance at V Festival in 2017 we expect she will also announce UK dates for 2018. A Pink UK tour would come to arena sized venues, such as Arena Birmingham, Genting Arena, Manchester Arena and select others. Register your interest in Pink hospitality 2018, here.
Paul McCartney is not just a legend due to having been a member of the Beatles, he’s a legend in his own right too. One of the world’s most talented singer-songwriters, Paul McCartney has brought his One on One tour to the US, Australia, New Zealand, South America and much of Europe, but has not yet returned home to the UK. A Paul McCartney UK tour in 2018 would visit prestigious arena’s such as Arena Birmingham, Genting Arena, Manchester Arena, or larger venues such as London Stadium, or perhaps even iconic concert venues such as the Royal Albert Hall. Register your interest in Paul McCartney hospitality 2018, here.
Britney Spears’ hugely successful Las Vegas residency is drawing to a close after an incredible four years. There can be no greater icon of the 2000s than Britney Spears, the lyrics to her many anthems are engraved in each of our minds. Britney Spears may choose to tour the UK for the first time in 5 years with her most recent album Glory. A Britney Spears UK tour would likely visit arenas such as Arena Birmingham, Manchester Arena, the O2 Arena, and select others. Register your interest in Britney Spears hospitality 2018, here.