This Friday at Eventim, we’ve got tickets for a handful of the biggest names in Rock, playing some of the biggest and best venues across the UK. Don’t miss the chance to get your hands on rock and metal tickets this Friday at Eventim.
Thirty Seconds To Mars cement their live reputation as one of the most exciting bands in the world with a massive global tour, including a highly-anticipated headline return to the UK this winter.
Tickets for the November shows go on sale Friday 21st June at 9.00am at Eventim, priced from £29.50.
Speaking ahead of their UK return, Jared Leto said: “Europe has become a second home for Thirty Seconds To Mars and we are incredibly excited to return again for this new adventure. Our journey around the world continues with what will be our absolute biggest and boldest headlining arena tour this November.”
The UK dates follow-on from the record-breaking This Is War tour, which achieved the Guinness World Record for the longest ever tour by a rock band. Taking it on the road for two years – hitting nearly 60 countries on six continents – Thirty Seconds To Mars sold out arenas and played over 311 shows to three million people.
“We will be performing new songs from our just-released album LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS as well as This Is War, A Beautiful Lie and Welcome To the Universe as well as sharing an insane and amazing night full of surprise and spectacle” Jared Leto promises.
Support comes from You Me At Six.
Queens Of The Stone Age will make their Manchester Arena headline debut this winter as part of their … Like Clockwork UK tour.
The Josh Homme fronted band will be showcasing tracks from their latest album, the number one … Like Clockwork, alongside hits from their first five albums Queens Of The Stone Age, Rated R, Songs For The Deaf, Lullabies To Paralyze and Era Vulgaris.
Formed in Palm Desert, California, in the mid 90’s from Josh Homme’s previous band Kyuss, Queens Of The Stone Age first scored a hit with 2003’s rock anthem No One Knows. The band went on to release the hit songs Little Sister, Sick Sick Sick, 3’s & 7’s and My God Is The Sun from this year’s … Like Clockwork.
“an album truly fit to do-battle with rock classics of any age”
“Queens Of The Stone Age aren’t most rock bands – they’re THE rock band”
“a dark masterpiece”
DIY Magazine *********
“THE rock album of 2013 so far”
The Sun *****
The Welsh metal-core band Bullet For My Valentine have spent most of the past two years taking over the world with massive U.K., European, U.S. and worldwide tours, sharing the stage with Guns N Roses, Metallica and Iron Maiden, playing the Main Stage at just about every rock festival on the planet. Bullet For My Valentine saw their 2006 debut album THE POISON – an album The Sun called “One of the finest debut albums in rock history” – sell more than one-million copies worldwide – 350,000 in the U.S. alone – a very rare achievement for an emerging band.
Matt Tuck, vocalist/guitars in Bullet For My Valentine, said: “The boys and I are excited to announce that we will be once again crushing arenas all over the UK this December. In 2010 we got our first taste of headlining arenas and it was mind blowing, this time around it’s gonna be louder, crazier and we’ll be bringing more pyro than ever!! Make sure you get your tickets and be part of ‘The’ tour of 2013, see ya there, ROCK!”
The UK tour will also see Bullet For My Valentine supported by two of the hottest properties in UK rock, Asking Alexandria and Young Guns.
The Grammy-nominated, multiplatinum alternative rock band Papa Roach will be heading back to Europe in support of their latest album The Connection.
After visiting the UK as part of the ‘Taste of Chaos’ tour in 2010, co-headlining with Stone Sour last year, as well as an appearance at Download Festival 2013, one of this generation’s greatest live rock bands is now back headlining in their own right.
Finland’s most successful rock band to date, HIM are already well down the road towards international superstardom.
In Ville Valo, they have a charismatic frontman, talented singer and songwriter – and, dare we say it, a teenage heart-throb! Imagine Marilyn Manson with the emphasis more on the speedy glam rock side of things.