Ryan Adams cancels

Ryan Adams cancels April UK trip

USA singer-songwriter Ryan Adams has cancelled upcoming dates he was due to play in the UK to support latest album Prisoner. He has cited a lineup change to his band as the reason for the decision.

The affected dates are:

April 20 – Parr Hall – Warrington
April 21 – Assembly – Leamington Spa

Other dates later in the year remain unaffected:

August 17-20 – Green Man Festival – Brecon Beacons
September 8 – Ulster Hall – Belfast  (SOLD OUT)
September 14 – Apollo – Manchester (SOLD OUT)
September 15 – Usher Hall –  Edinburgh (SOLD OUT)
September 17 – Sage 1 – Gateshead
September 18 – O2 Academy – Leeds (SOLD OUT)
September 19 – O2 Academy – Bournemouth
September 21 – Corn Exchange – Cambridge
September 22 – Royal Albert Hall –  London (SOLD OUT)

Weezer release new song ‘Feels Like Summer’, announce UK tour

It’s time for some Weezer action as the band have released a new single titled ‘Feels Like Summer‘ for the masses to enjoy as well as a few UK dates!

You can check out the song below as well as what shows they’re doing too.

10/23/17          Leeds, UK @ Academy

10/24/17          Glasgow, Scotland @ O2 Academy

10/25/17          Manchester, UK @ Apollo

10/27/17          Birmingham, UK @ Academy

10/27/17          London, UK @ Wembley Arena

Metallica announces UK/EU leg of ‘WorldWired’ tour

You should now be finally excited to see that Metallica are going to be come back to the UK and Europe as part of their dubbed ‘WorldWired‘ tour!

You can check out all the dates below as well as a snipped of what you might expect!

Sept. 4, 2017     –    Amsterdam, Netherlands  –  Ziggo Dome
Sept. 6, 2017     –    Amsterdam, Netherlands  –  Ziggo Dome
Sept. 8, 2017     –    Paris, France  –  AccorHotels Arena
Sept. 10, 2017   –    Paris, France  –  AccorHotels Arena
Sept. 12, 2017   –    Lyon, France  –  Halle Tony Garnier
Sept. 14, 2017   –    Cologne, Germany  –  Lanxess Arena
Sept. 16, 2017   –    Cologne, Germany  –  Lanxess Arena
Oct. 22, 2017     –    London, England, UK  –  The O2 Arena
Oct. 24, 2017     –    London, England, UK  –  The O2 Arena
Oct. 26, 2017     –    Glasgow, Scotland, UK  –  The SSE Hydro
Oct. 28, 2017     –    Manchester, England, UK  –  Manchester Arena
Oct. 30, 2017     –    Birmingham, England, UK  –  Genting Arena
Nov. 1, 2017      –    Antwerp, Belgium  –  Sportpaleis
Nov. 3, 2017      –    Antwerp, Belgium  –  Sportpaleis
Feb. 1, 2018      –    Lisbon, Portugal  –  MEO Arena
Feb. 3, 2018      –    Madrid, Spain  –  Wizink Center
Feb. 5, 2018      –    Madrid, Spain  –  Wizink Center
Feb. 7, 2018      –    Barcelona, Spain  –  Palau Sant Jordi
Feb. 10, 2018    –    Turin, Italy  –  Pala Alpitour
Feb. 12, 2018    –    Bologna, Italy  –  Unipol Arena
Feb. 14, 2018    –    Bologna, Italy  –  Unipol Arena
Feb. 16, 2018    –    Mannheim, Germany  –  SAP Arena
Mar. 27, 2018    –    Herning, Denmark  –  Jyske Bank Boxen
Mar. 29, 2018    –    Hamburg, Germany  –  Barclaycard Arena
Mar. 31, 2018    –    Vienna, Austria  –  Wiener Stadthalle
April 2, 2018      –    Prague, Czech Republic  –  O2 Arena
April 5, 2018      –    Budapest, Hungary  –  Sports Arena
April 7, 2018      –    Stuttgart, Germany  –  Schleyerhalle
April 9, 2018      –    Stuttgart, Germany  –  Schleyerhalle
April 11, 2018    –    Geneva, Switzerland  –  Palexpo
April 26, 208      –    Munich, Germany  –  Olympiahalle
April 28, 2018    –    Krakow, Poland  –  Tauron Arena
April 30, 2018    –    Leipzig, Germany  –  Leipzig Arena
May 2, 2018      –    Oslo, Norway  –  Telenor Arena
May 5, 2018      –    Stockholm, Sweden  –  Ericsson Globe
May 7, 2018      –    Stockholm, Sweden  –  Ericsson Globe
May 9, 2018      –    Helsinki, Finland  –  Hartwall Arena
May 11, 2018    –    Helsinki, Finland  –  Hartwall Arena