Best of British bands on tour in 2018
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Let’s show some love to the MASSIVE British bands taking to the stage in 2018 by flying the flag at one of these amazing gigs!
You don’t get more British than Britpop - and Liam Gallagher has brought the guitar rock anthems of the 90s back in a big way.
The former Oasis legend has returned with an all-new band and is playing a massive Finsbury Park gig in June, as well as headlining several festivals. Richard Ashcroft is even opening for him on at least one appearance - how British is that?
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Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Liam’s not the only Oasis alumn to be back in 2018. Noel Gallagher has also released a hit new album with his new band High Flying Birds.
The British rocker is taking to the stage for his own UK tour in April and May before headlining a string of festivals including BBC Music’s The Biggest Weekend.
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Queen + Adam Lambert
While new lead singer Adam Lambert is from the US, the band behind him and the back catalogue of classic tracks are British through and through.
Queen + Adam Lambert have announced a tour for 2018 with three massive UK arena dates, which are likely to see the band perform every one of their greatest hits.
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Welsh rockers Stereophonics are back with their 10th studio album ‘Scream Above The Sounds’ and an epic 26-date tour across the UK and Europe.
This great British band will be pulling out all the hits including ‘The Bartender and The Thief’, ‘Dakota’ and ‘Have A Nice Day’, as well as tracks from the new record.
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Former The Smiths frontman Morrissey's own brand of mopey rock is coming to the UK in 2018.
The Mancunian singer and his band play dates across the UK in February and March to promote his new album ‘Low In High School’.
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Get the baggy trousers out of the attic and join the house of fun - Madness are performing live in 2018!
Suggs and the band are back with their lairy ska stylings in a bid to take over some of Britain’s most prestigious stately homes for a four-date tour.
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Relive the golden age of rock as Def Leppard return to pour some sugar on you in 2018.
The British rockers are set to play London’s Royal Albert Hall in March before returning from their US concerts in December for an arena tour.
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Representing Scotland (kind of, lead singer Shirley Manson is from Edinburgh but the rest of the band is American) is Garbage.
The ‘I Think I’m Paranoid’ hitmakers returned after a short hiatus with 2012 album ‘Not Your Kind Of People’ and 2016’s ‘Strange Little Birds’. They’ll be performing at venues all over the UK in September.
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Another great Scottish band are back after a short time away.
Franz Ferdinand’s new album ‘Always Ascending’ is fresh on the shelves and getting rave reviews. The band is on tour in the UK in February before taking the show on the road around Europe.
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Stay tuned to LineUp for more coverage of great British bands on tour in 2018.