On the heels of their joint album release this August, Jay-Z and Kanye West will hit the road together starting September 22 in Detroit, followed by shows in Toronto, Montreal, East Rutherford, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Tacoma, Vancouver, San Jose, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, Greensboro, Baltimore, and ending up in Boston on November 3. See The Throne Tour: Jay-Z & Kanye West in the MyCityRocks Ticket Exchange.
Elton John visits Bethel, Saratoga Springs, Noblesville and Cuyahoga Falls from September 3-8, and then heads to Canada for newly announced shows in Oshawa (September 9), Windsor (September 10), Sydney (September 13), and Summerside (September 14). The rocket man then starts the first leg of his new Las Vegas residency from September 28 to October 23 at Caesars Palace.
Judas Priest has expanded its fall farewell tour, adding new shows in Phoenix, Concord (California), Cincinnati, Saint Charles (Missouri), Cleveland, Quebec City, Montreal, Reading, and Miami.
Canadian rocker Avril Lavigne kicks off a 16 city tour of Canada on October 1, starting out in Victoria and ended on October 25 in Montreal.
After touring Europe in October and November, the Tori Amos Night of Hunters tour hits North America on November 29 in Atlanta, and then heads to Philadelphia, New York City, Washington DC, Boston, Toronto, Chicago, Vancouver, Seattle, Oakland, Los Angeles, Austin and Dallas during December.
Jason Mraz announced several new shows this week, visiting Columbia, Maryland (performing with Colbie Caillat) on September 24, then heading to Portsmouth, Virginia the following night. Then on November 23 and 25, Mraz will be in New York City, followed by dates in San Diego on November 28 & 29.
Weird Al Yankovic goes on tour in September and October in support of Alpocalypse, his first album in five years. Cities visited will include Puyallup, Colorado Springs, Denver, Dallas, Houston, Austin, Mobile, Nashville, Atlanta, Red Bank, Boston, Washington, DC and Morristown.
Weird Al Yankovic
Classical Violinist David Garrett has scheduled an early 2012 series of concerts, starting on January 15 in San Diego, and then visiting Mesa, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Seattle, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Red Bank, Washington, DC, and New York City.
Primus will be in Morrison, Colorado with The Flaming Lips on August 3, Kanrocksas in Kansas City on August 5, and then the band starts a “two sets each evening” tour on September 23 in Boston that visits more than 15 additional cities through late October.
Colbie Caillat has added a ton of new dates to her summer and falls schedule, visiting more than 35 cities between now and late October.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
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Tickets showed up in the MyCityRocks Ticket Exchange today for Manny Pacquiao vs Juan Manuel Marquez. The fight takes place on November 12 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
The upcoming UFC schedule includes UFC 133: Evans vs Ortiz August 6 in Philadelphia, UFC Live August 14 in Milwaukee, UFC 135: Jon Jones vs Quinton Rampage Jackson September 24 in Denver, UFC 136: Edgar vs Maynard October 8 in Houston, and UFC 137: St-Pierre vs Diaz October 29 in Las Vegas.
Elton John has scheduled four new concerts in Canada for September 2011. He will be at the General Motors Centre in Oshawa on September 9, the WFCU Centre in Windsor on September 10, Centre 200 in Sydney, Canada on September 13, and the Credit Union Place in Summerside on Prince Edward Island on September 14. See Elton John Tickets in the MyCityRocks Ticket Exchange.