Here's Which Bands Are Going On Tour In 2018
From Panic! At The Disco to Troye Sivan, we've got the lowdown on when all your fave artists will be returning to the stage in 2018.
1. 5 Seconds Of Summer
The Aussie boys have announced a promo tour of small-scale venues in Europe, the US, Australia and Asia in support of current single 'Want You Back' and their upcoming third album. Tickets are on sale from Friday 2nd March at 5sos.com/tour. A larger arena jaunt is expected to be announced later this year.
2. Panic! At The Disco
Brendon is confirmed to headline Reading And Leeds festival in the UK this August bank holiday weekend. Further dates are expected to be announced around the release of the band's upcoming sixth album.
3. Fall Out Boy
Fresh off the release of 'MANIA', the boys are in the middle of a worldwide arena tour which will land in the UK this March. They will then return in August to headline Reading And Leeds Festivals.
4. Troye Sivan
Troye is currently readying his second album. The single 'My My My' has already dropped but, apart from a handful of promo appearances, no live shows have been announced as yet. We'll keep you posted.
5. Years & Years
The synth trio's second album is about to drop and they have already announced a slew of summer festival dates including Fusion Festival in Liverpool this September. Check the band's Twitter account for details.
6. Twenty one pilots
Online rumours have suggested that Tyler and Josh may have some US arena dates lined up for the end of 2018. No official confirmation has come through yet but, given that the follow-up to 'Blurryface' is expected this Autumn, we can certainly expect some form of live dates before the end of the year.
7. The 1975
Manager Jamie Oborne tweeted in March that the band would be returing to the live arena in October. Third album 'Music For Cars' is rumoured for a June release although, tbh, that may just be Matty messing with us. Either way, expect the band's first gig since headlining Latitude festival last year to happen at some point before the end of 2018. We'll update this page as soon as it is announced.