No, you haven’t stepped into a timewarp, some of the biggest acts of the late 90s really are touring again
Fans of nu-metal or late 90s R&B and garage – or those just nostalgic for a simpler, pre-millenium age – are sure to be in for a treat with some of the biggest musical names of the time hitting the road in the near future.
Taking place across March and April of 2017, the Following My Intuition tour winds its way across the country, kicking off in Liverpool on March 18 and finishing up in Dublin a few weeks later, on April 7.
The tour will see David promoting the album of the same name, his first since 2010’s Signed, Sealed, Delivered. The album is set for release on September 30.
The full Following My Intuition tour dates are as follows:
March 18: Echo Arena, Liverpool
March 19: Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth
March 21: Pavilions, Plymouth
March 22: Brighton Centre, Brighton
March 24: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
March 25: The O2, London
March 28: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
March 29: Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle
March 31: First Direct Arena, Leeds
April 1: Arena, Manchester
April 3: SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
April 4: GE Oil & Gas Arena, Aberdeen
April 6: SSE Arena, Belfast
April 7: 3 Arena, Dublin
Tickets for all of the above dates go on sale from September 23, and can be found by heading to CraigDavid.com
Elsewhere, nu-metal legends Korn and Limp Bizkit recently announced that they will be embarking on a joint UK tour this coming December.
The tour is set to be in support of Korn’s 12th album, The Serenity of Suffering, which is due for release on October 21.
Limp Bizkit will also be playing songs from their new album Stampede of the Disco Elephants, although no release date for that record has yet been announced.
In a press release, the band simply said: “This tour is gonna be sick!”
The full dates for Limp Bizkit and Korn’s UK tour are as follows:
December 12: Arena, Manchester
December 14: SSE Hydro Arena, Glasgow
December 15: Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham
December 16: SSE Wembley Arena, London
December 18: Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
December 19: Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham
Tickets for the tour are currently on pre-sale via LiveNation.co.uk, and go on general sale on September 16