Next year’s outdoor events season is shaping up to be another busy one for the UK live music industry, with artists such as Blur, Harry Styles and Arctic Monkeys announced for stadium shows, while lineups have been released for festivals such as BST Hyde Park (cap. 65,000), Isle of Wight Festival and Camp Bestival (10,000).

Blur is the latest act to be announced to play at London’s Wembley Stadium (80,000). The show on 8 July, promoted by Live Nation-owned Metropolis Music, follows six nights by Harry Styles in June and a Def Leppard and Motley Grue show on 1 July.

London’s Twickenham Stadium (82,000) will host a Live-Nation-promoted Depeche Mode show on 17 July, while the Arctic Monkeys play three dates at Emirates Stadium (60,260) from 16-18 July, along with stadiums such as Hillsborough Park (39,372), Emirates Old Trafford (26,000) and Ashton Gate stadium (27,000).

Styles will also play two shows at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium (74,500) from 20-21 June, after Coldplay perform at the venue two weeks prior. The band also play at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium (53,400) from 31 May – 4 June.

Glasgow’s Hampden Park (51,866) will host Def Leppard and Motley Grue on 6 July, while Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium (67,144) will host Harry Styles / Wet Leg on 26 May and Bruce Springsteen four days later.

Elsewhere in Scotland, Pulp, Niall Horan and George Ezra will perform on Glasgow Green for DF Concert’s TRNSMT festival (50,000) from 7-9 July.

Other festivals to have released lineups include AEG Present’s BST Hyde Park, which will host P!nk, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, Take That and Blackpink.

AEG’s All Points East (40,000) at London’s Victoria Park will host Stormzy’s only live 2023 UK show in August. Other artists playing are yet to be announced.

Live Nation-owned Camp Bestival, founded by Rob da Bank, will host artists such as The Kooks, Grace Jones, Craig David Presents TS5. Meanwhile, Camp Bestival Shropshire, which launched last year, will host headline acts Primal Scream, Rudimental and Human League.

Other festivals to have released lineups include Download (85,000), Wide Awake (25,000), Mighty Hoopla (25,000), Latitude (35,000) and Isle of Wight festival (15,000).