Saxon & Uriah Heep announce Co-Headline dates

Hell, Fire & Chaos – The Best Of British Rock & Metal is the title of the upcoming United States tour by two British Legends in the Rock and Metal genre


With almost 50 studio albums combined and numerous live records, selling multi-millions, this tour will truly be THE BEST OF BRITISH ROCK AND METAL!

The tour is a 100% co-headline with both bands playing equal set lengths, with some cities Uriah Heep closing and others Saxon.

SAXON were formed in 1979 and became leaders in the NWOBHM movement alongside bands such as Iron Maiden and Def Leppard and inspiration to the likes of Metallica, Pantera, etc. Touring to support their 24th studio album Hell, Fire & Damnation, released on January 19th 2024, the band have continued to be at the top of their game throughout the years. Headlining many of the major rock festivals annually in Europe as well as an extensive touring commitment around the world, their massive and loyal fan base continues to grow and the band don’t look as though they are slowing down at any point soon. Their setlist will consist of all the classic tracks such as Wheels Of Steel, 747 (Strangers in the Night), Strong Arm of the Law, Power and the Glory, Denim and Leather.

URIAH HEEP are currently into their 54th year and have never stopped! With a 25 studio albums catalog, the band are touring to support their 2023 release Chaos & Colour that has had rave reviews from both fans and media alike worldwide. As part of the “Big Four” in the 70’swhich also included Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, Uriah Heep were pioneers in the hard rock field and an inspiration to many major touring and recording Artists still to this day. The band continue to tour around the world with 63 countries under their belt over the years.  Having sold over 40 million records, fans old and new continue to flock to shows and festival appearances to experience the classic hits such as Easy Livin’, Gypsy, Stealin’, Sweet Lorraine and July Morning.

The Tour will take in the following cities with dates as follows:

Tuesday April 23rd  Fort Lauderdale, FL – The Parker

Wednesday April 24th  Tampa, FL – Hard Rock Event Center

Thursday April 25th  Orlando, FL – The Plaza Live

Sunday April 28th  Louisville, KY – Mercury Ballroom

Tuesday April 30th  Morgantown, WV – The Metropolitan Theatre

Wednesday May 1st  Pittsburgh, PA – Roxian Theatre

Thursday May 2nd  Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s Peak

Friday May 3rd  Englewood, NJ –  Bergen Performing Arts Center

Sunday May 5th  Boston, MA  – Citizens House of Blues

Tuesday May 7th  Long Island, NY – Patchogue Theatre

Wednesday May 8th  Glenside, PA – Keswick Theatre

Friday May 10th  Peekskill, NY – Paramount Hudson Valley Arts

Saturday May 11th  Cleveland, OH – TempleLive at the Cleveland Masonic

Sunday May 12th  Elkhart, IN – Lerner Theatre

Monday May 13th  Detroit, MI – St. Andrew’s Hall

Tuesday May 14th  Grand Rapids, MI – GLC Live at 20 Monroe

Thursday May 16th  Marietta, OH – People’s Bank Theatre

Friday May 17th  Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s

Saturday May 18th  Joliet, IL – Rialto Square Theatre

Sunday May 19th  St. Charles, IL – Arcada Theatre

Tuesday May 21st  Nashville, IN – Brown County Music Center

Wednesday May 22nd  Milwaukee, WI – Pabst Theater

Friday May 24th  Springfield, MO – Gillioz Theatre

Saturday May 25th  Wichita, KS – TempleLive at Scottish Rite Center

Wednesday May 29th  Houston, TX – House Of Blues

Thursday May 30th  San Antonio, TX – Tobin Center for the Performing Arts

Friday May 31st  Dallas, TX – Glass Cactus