Festival season might be coming to an end, but the world of music never stops – it just moves indoors. From massive stadium productions to more intimate affairs, we picked seven artists and their upcoming tours that everyone will be talking about this season. First things first, bag yourself some tickets (if you haven’t already!), then keep scrolling to work out what to wear…
Lizzo has been releasing albums since 2013, but it wasn’t until this year, when she released her third studio album Cuz I Love You, that she attracted major mainstream attention. Her mood-boosting pop-meets-rap hits are all about body inclusivity, race and sexuality, so you’re going to need a fierce outfit to match her vibe. Keep the look simple but confident by playing with cool textures – think faux leather and clashing animal prints.
The tour will show at various O2 Academy venues across the U.K. between 6-11th November.
2. CherDo you believeeeee…that Cher has sold over 100 million records worldwide, making her one of the most successful artists in history? She’s coming to the UK this October, so you absolutely can’t miss it! If you’ve managed to sort yourself out with some tickets get your best The Cher Show glam on with this shimmering metallic number. For the shoes, stick with trainers and dance all night.
The tour will show at various arena venues across the U.K. between 20th October-3rd November
3. Lewis Capaldi
Having supported fellow acoustic-guitar-playing sweetheart Ed Sheeran all summer, it’s finally time for Lewis Capaldi to step out on his very own tour this November – and boy, are we excited! This hilarious Scottish singer-songwriter is best known for his chilled-out melodies, so keep things relaxed in boyfriend jeans and comfy double denim.
The tour will show at various arena venues across the U.K. between 22nd November – 8th December.
Dominic Harrison (a.k.a Yungblud) only released his debut album in July 2018 but has already had some BIG hits – we’ve been hearing I think I’m OKAY on the radio all summer! His music spans genres of rock, pop and even rap and his aesthetic is punk-meets-old-school Blink 182. So, for this gig, go for grunge with a snakeskin mini skirt and chunky boots. Then, add metallic details for extra edge.
The tour will show at various arena venues across the U.K. between 19th-29th November.
5. Two Door Cinema Club
As well as their latest album False Alarm, this trio has a string of hits under their belt which we can’t wait to hear live on their tour this autumn. What You Know and Something Good Can Work will forever take us back to our early-2010s obsession with indie-pop and what’s more indie that a classic pair of skinny jeans? Pair a slightly distressed black pair with a fun flowing halter top and a colour-pop bag to give it a modern touch.
The tour will show at various arena venues across the U.K. between 3rd-16th October.
6. Vampire Weekend
Father Of The Bride has been the soundtrack of the summer, and we are SO excited for Vampire Weekend to return to a stage near us this November! The album is defined by it’s contrast of heavy lyrics against upbeat summertime rhythms, so channel this combo in your outfit by matching a bright and breezy midi skirt with harder leather pieces and chain jewellery.
The tour will show at various arena venues across the U.K. between 7th-14th November.
Inspired by Björk’s ninth studio album Utopia, the Cornucopia tour is more theatrical performance than simply music concert: expect artistic digital visuals, out-of-this-world stage design and a huge Icelandic choir. This extravagance has always shined through in Björk’s super avant-garde style too, so layering a full-length silky kimono (with tassels!) over your outfit will be a nice nod to her infamous flamboyance.
The tour will show in London and Glasgow on the 19th & 25th November respectively.