Billy Idol UK Tour to Include Toyah and TV

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Billy Idol has announced that Toyah will be joining him on his October UK dates of The Roadside Tour 2022, alongside very special guest Television.

Idol’s very special guests will be Television with Tom Verlaine and the group will perform their landmark debut album “Marquee Moon” in full during the trek.

Billy will leave with new music and a stack of timeless classics for his first UK appearances since 2018 and will play 6 Arena dates. Tickets are available at

The ever-popular Toyah will add an extra touch of fun to the visit. Alongside a thriving acting career, Toyah carved out a successful music career with three top ten UK hit singles in the 1980s and the album Anthem.

Billy had this to say about adding Toyah to the tour: “We can’t wait for Toyah to join us in the UK. This is the final piece of what is going to be an epic show!”

Toyah added. “I’m thrilled to open for Billy Idol on The Roadside Tour. Billy is an icon whose music has thrilled millions around the world and continues to do so. Billy created a style of rock that inspired generations after generation ‘Rebel Yell, ‘White Wedding’ and ‘Mony Mony’ are up there with the greatest of all time.

“I can’t wait to get the tour started and am thrilled to be part of the fabulous lineup alongside Television who have made one of the first albums I’ve ever bought.”

Dates of Billy Idol The Roadside Tour 2022:
Thursday 13 October Manchester AO Arena
Monday 17 October Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Wednesday 19 October London The SSE Arena, Wembley
Friday 21 October Glasgow The SSE Hydro
Sunday October 23 Birmingham Resorts World Arena
Tuesday 25th October Leeds First Direct Arena

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