2024 promises to be an unforgettable year of live concerts with some star-studded names set to entertain crowds across the UK!
This summer has seen some of the biggest artists in the world sell out the most iconic venues in the UK, and we can’t wait to see more world class performers take the music scene by storm next year too. Here is your breakdown of the biggest concerts and events to look forward to in 2024…
In 2023 global superstars such as Harry Styles, Beyonce and Becky Hill were among the star-studded line up who took home some of the most prestigious awards in music, and The Brit Awards will be the biggest celebration of UK music once again in 2024.
Guaranteed to be as spectacular and as breath-taking as ever, the 31st edition of the Brits will showcase the best of British as well as the diverse range of talent the industry has to offer, making it the number one place to be when the stars are rolled out on the red carpet again on Saturday 2 March 2024.
Fans across the world tune in every year to celebrate the headline acts, creating a joyous and unforgettable atmosphere throughout the ceremony packed full of amazing live performances.
After selling out venues instantaneously across the US, Taylor Swift is heading on tour to Europe next year with several dates booked in front of over 80,000 fans at Wembley Stadium.
The global pop sensation is currently riding the wave of her era of global success after she released her record-breaking 10th studio album, Midnights, in October last year. Since then she has embarked on her Eras Tour which has taken her into a new stratosphere and led to additional dates being added to her UK Tour.
As a result of this unprecedented demand Taylor Swift will be performing at Wembley Stadium on an incredible eight nights throughout next summer, on top of multiple dates at the BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh; Anfield Stadium, Liverpool; and the Principality Stadium, Cardiff where she will be supported by popular American indie band Paramore.
Want the chance to see the one of our generation’s legendary performers take to the stage next summer? Enquire now to find out more!
Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band have announced they will be embarking on a UK and Ireland tour in 2024.
After a hugely successful four dates in the UK in 2023 in Edinburgh, Birmingham and two nights at BST Hyde Park, it has been confirmed that Bruce Springsteen will return to the UK at huge arenas.
As part of a 22 leg European tour, the star and his band have four Irish dates to look forward to, along with a trip to Cardiff and Sunderland in May, all before a very special Wembley Stadium date in July to finish the tour in style which you can enjoy in our ICON facility.
In 2023, all of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s UK dates sold out within eight hours, so get in touch now with Engage to be the first to find out how to secure your place.
The former Oasis star is going to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band’s ‘Definitely Maybe’ album by going on tour all across the UK in 2024.
The very popular 1994 album included some iconic hits such as ‘Supersonic’ and ‘Cigarettes & Alcohol’. Liam Gallagher’s 2024 tour will give fans a unique opportunity to hear him perform songs that have rarely been sung since the mid-’90s, including ‘Up In The Sky’.
Gallagher will play 12 dates in June 2024, with one of the many highlights including three nights in his home city at Manchester’s 23,500-capacity Co-Op Live.
Enquire now to find out more on how to secure your place at Liam Gallagher’s ‘Definitely Maybe’ Tour in 2024!
American pop phenomenon Olivia Rodrigo will be heading on a showstopping world tour in 2024 in support of her hit second album, Guts.
At just 20 years-old, the singer songwriter has taken the world by storm since the release of her debut single ‘Drivers License’ in 2021. The overnight success of the record changed her life, breaking several Spotify streaming records and catapulting her music to number one in the UK and US.
Rodrigo’s fairytale story in this modern age of music hasn’t slowed down either. Her follow up debut album, Sour, sparked further success and the lead single ‘Vampire’ off her second album became her third tune to reach top spot in the UK charts.
Having spoken of her admiration for Taylor Swift in the past, she will now follow in the footsteps of one of her biggest idols by touring the UK in May 2024. Her 57-date world tour will begin in America before heading across the Atlantic to perform two nights at The O2 Arena in London.
Don’t miss out on the chance to see one of the world’s biggest artists when she visits the UK in 2024…
Fans of Take That have had to show a lot of patience, but finally the pop legends are back to rule the world with new music and a new headline tour in 2024.
Finding fame in the 1990s, the iconic boy band have produced an incredible catalogue of smash hits and number one singles over the past 30 years, securing their status as one of Britain’s most successful artists.
Despite the departures of Robbie Williams and Jason Orange, the band have continued to recreate their sound and build upon their musical legacy. Led by Gary Barlow the trio relit their fire in 2023 with new releases for their ninth studio album and a memorable headline performance at BTS Hype Park.
In support of their new album, ‘This Life’, Take That will be heading on tour in 2024 for the first time in five years, performing key dates in London, Glasgow and Birmingham as they showcase their new tracks and prove their greatest days are still ahead of them.
Few bands in the world can sell out stadiums across Europe three times in as many years. However due to high demand Coldplay will be doing exactly that in 2024 with an unbelievable third run of their European Tour next summer!
Since the British rock band began their Music of the Spheres tour they have travelled around Europe twice and rocked 90,000 fans at Wembley Stadium in the summer of 2022.
Now amongst rumors that that they could make a return to the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury next summer, they have announced new dates in 2024 will see them perform 25 years’ worth of tracks for the first time in Greece, Romania and Finland. They will also entertain Rome for the first time in 20 years as well as locations in France, Germany and Austria before finishing with two huge gigs at Croke Park in Dublin.
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