Glastonbury Festival is over for another year, with many dealing with festival blues or fans at home looking to get in on the live music action.

With the festival taking a year off for its fallow year those missing out will want to get their fix of live music elsewhere.

This year's event saw headline performances from Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran but it's not always all about the top of the bill.

Some of the best sets taking place at Glastonbury are happening on all sides of Worthy Farm.

Festival goers witnessed the eclectic likes of Run the Jewels, Haim, Wiley, Shaggy and The Flaming Lips all play across the weekend.

For those at home who caught some of the live music on TV and want to know where and when the big acts are touring the UK in 2017 beyond.

Here are some of the biggest and best Glastonbury 2017 performers who are heading out on UK tours over the next 12 months:

Royal Blood

Royal Blood's UK tour kicks off in Cardiff this November

The duo recently achieved their second UK number one album with 'How Did We Get So Dark?', and celebrated with a storming Pyramid Stage set.

Glastonbury organiser named them as potential headliners in the future but for now they're heading out for their some of their biggest headline shows to date in late 2017.

They kick off their tour in Cardiff before heading to Reading, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, London, Glasgow, Nottingham, Bournemouth and Brighton.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

Katy Perry

Katy Perry is bringing her Witness Tour to the UK in 2018

Katy Perry was a surprise name on this year's Glastonbury lineup but she proved herself with a colourful and hit-filled set, featuring some of the biggest tracks of the past decade 'Firework', 'Teenage Dream' and 'Roar'.

The US popstar is returning to the UK in 2018 with her latest arena tour 'The Witness Tour', visiting London, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Glasgow.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

London Grammar

London Grammar played a beautiful set on the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury

Due to huge demand London Grammar had to add extra dates to their UK tour with stops in Belfast, Edinburgh, Manchester, London, Birmingham, Leeds, Bristol and Newcastle later this year.

They recently released their second LP 'Truth Is a Beautiful Thing', which went straight in at number one and was followed by a triumphant set on Glastonbury's John Peel Stage.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

The National

The National are set to play four shows at Hammersmith Apollo

With four shows in London and one each in Edinburgh and Manchester this September, fans are very excited about The National's return.

The tour comes alongside the release of the critically-acclaimed group's seventh studio album 'Sleep Well Beast', which is due out on September 7.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

Run the Jewels

Run The Jewels will play a headline set at O2 Brixton Academy

This duo were introduced on stage by Jeremy Corbyn, one of the most-talked about moments of the weekend, but it didn't over shadow their debut on the Pyramid Stage.

Run the Jewels are returning to the UK later this year for a handful of headline gigs in London, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham and Leeds, to showcase their trilogy of LPs.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

alt-J

alt-J will play the O2 Arena on June 16

alt-J are heading out on a seaside tour of the UK this September, following up their Other Stage set at Glastonbury.

They're heading to Brighton, Kent, Blackpool, Bournemouth and Weston Supermare for some unexpected headline shows after recently releasing 'Relaxer', their third studio album.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

Emeli Sande

Emeli Sande is heading out on an arena tour this October

The BRIT Award winner and singer-songwriter is playing some of her biggest headline shows this October as she embarks on an arena tour.

Emeli Sande will stop off in Glasgow, Aberdeen, London, Brighton, Newcastle, Cardiff, Manchester, Leeds and Birmingham to play her big hits including 'Heaven' and 'Next to Me', to thousands of fans throughout 2017.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

Lorde

Lorde is returning to the UK for headline shows after her Other Stage, Glastonbury set

Lorde played a triumphant set on Glastonbury's Other Stage, proving why she deserves the number one album across the globe.

Later this year the popstar will play dates in Brighton, London, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow as part of a growing world tour. She'll also be supported by rising star Khalid.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

Dizzee Rascal

Dizzee Rascal will play O2 Brixton Academy this October

One of grime's founding fathers, Dizzee Rascal showcased his legacy at Glastonbury's West Holt stage over the weekend with an energetic and unforgettable set.

And now 2017 sees him heading out on a huge UK tour alongside the release of his sixth studio LP 'Raskit'.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa's Self-Titled Tour is continuing into late 2017

Dua Lipa drew one of the biggest crowds at the John Peel Stage all weekend - pipped by The Killers secret set - but she proved herself as a breakthrough star of 2017.

The singer-songwriter has produced some of the biggest hits of the year so far and is continuing her Self-Titled Tour into late 2017, with dates in London, Manchester, Leeds, Brighton, Bournemouth, Birmingham, Glasgow and Newcastle.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

Loyle Carner

Loyle Carner is heading to 11 cities later this year for a headline tour

Following plenty of buzz Loyle Carner released his debut record 'Yesterday's Gone' to acclaim and followed it up with international shows and a Glastonbury set.

The rapper is returning to the UK for an 11-date UK tour this September and October and he's definitely one to catch live.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster

Little Dragon

Little Dragon's fifth studio album 'Season High' will be released in April

Swedish electronic collective Little Dragon recently returned with their first new material in three years as well as announcing a number of UK dates in Manchester, Bristol, London and Glasgow.

The group played a Glastonbury set on West Holts Stage to preview what fans can expect at their upcoming gigs.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

The Big Moon

The Big Moon are embarking on a 20-date UK tour this October

The Big Moon are heading out on a 20-date UK tour this September visiting new cities as well as favourites of theirs.

Their anticipated debut 'Love in the 4th Dimension' was released in April to acclaim and followed up with sets at Glastonbury and Reading and Leeds.

Now they'll play headline shows in London, Guildford, Leicester, Liverpool, Sheffield and many more.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketweb here

Mura Masa

Mura Masa will perform a handful of UK dates later this year

This producer has collaborated with A$AP Rocky, Charli XCX and Christine and the Queens for his debut record.

The crowd pleaser will head to London and Manchester for shows this October to showcase the self-titled debut and classic live hits.

Where to buy tickets: Ticketmaster here

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