We have had some fantastic new concerts added recently in some world-class venues up and down the country. There are so many to choose from so we thought we would make it easier and have put together a list of our top picks.
From Taylor Swift to Andrea Bocelli performing at corporate hospitality packages at Wembley Stadium to the Arena Birmingham, you will be spoilt for choice.
1. Taylor Swift
Following the release of her brand new album 'Reputation' Swift has once again taken the music industry by storm. She will be bringing her new tour to none other than Wembley Stadium, where the Grammy-award winning artist has graced the stage once before back in 2013 for the summertime ball.
2. Fall Out Boy
The band are bringing their MANIA tour to the world-famous O2 Arena in March next year as part of their European tour. They are due to release their seventh studio album at the start of 2018 which will be eagerly anticipated by fans across the globe.
3. Liam Gallagher
Performing on his home turf Liam Gallagher will make his way to Emirates Old Trafford with the return of his debut solo album and a UK arena tour. Fans can expect to hear hits such as 'Wall of Glass' & 'Chinatown', with a variety of hospitality packages available to make the night really special.
4. Andrea Bocelli
If you fancy something a little bit different for your concert experience then there is nothing better than seeing the legendary Andrea Bocelli live at The O2. Reportedly the biggest selling solo classical artist of all time with over 80 million worldwide album sales, Bocelli has performed for four US Presidents, two Popes and many Royal families across the world, as well as at high-profile ceremonies for the Olympic Games and the World Cup. This will truly be a once in a lifetime experience.
5. Eric Clapton
Performing in Hyde Park as part of the British Summertime event. With a decades-long career and countless accolades to his name, Eric Clapton is also something of a local, having first played Hyde Park with Blind Faith on June 7th, 1969. This is certainly going to be one of 2018's unmissable music events.