New York radio station Z100 announces a killer line-up for their annual Z100 Jingle Ball holiday concert, including Lady Gaga, Pitbull, Kelly Clarkson, Demi Lovato, LMFAO, Foster the People, Gym Class Heroes, David Guetta, and Hot Chelle Rae. Kim and Khloe Kardashian, Karmin, and Lamar Odom are set to appear as guest hosts. The special event takes place December 9th at Madison Square Garden.
Widespread Panic announces dates for their “Wood Tour” at the beginning of next year. The twelve-date, four-city acoustic tour might be your last chance to see the American jam band as it is rumored that the band may go on hiatus for the rest of the year. See them in Silver Spring, Atlanta, Denver, and Aspen.
Stevie Wonder performs alongside plenty of special guests at the 16th annual House Full of Toys charity event for children. It occurs December 17th at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles. Past guests have included Eric Benet, Jonas Brothers, and Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds.
Lady Antebellum reveals tour dates for their “Own the Night 2012 World Tour” with guests Darius Rucker and Thompson Square. The tour starts January 27th in Tulsa and travels to Denver, Auburn Hills, Evansville, Rosemont, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Vancouver, and more.
American punk rock band NOFX launches a West Coast tour this December with Old Man Markley and an assortment of bands from the skate punk era. The tour makes stops in Las Vegas, Ventura, San Diego, Anaheim, West Hollywood, San Francisco, and Portland.
Reigning CMA “Male Vocalist of the Year” Blake Shelton, after enjoying five consecutive No. 1 singles from his latest album “Red River Blue” is hitting the road with his “Well Lit & Amplified Tour 2012.” Catch him in Edmonton, Orlando, Thackerville, Toledo, Saint Louis, Lincoln, Rapid City, Columbus, Duluth, Fairfax, Seattle, and many more.
“American Idol” winner David Cook is on tour supporting his latest album “This Loud Morning.” The Houston-born singer-songwriter travels to Houston, Austin, Grand Prairie, Winston Salem, Cincinnati, Athens, Wilmington, Falls Church, Milwaukee, Kansas City, Clifton Park, Glenside, New York, and more.
30 Seconds to Mars wrap up their European tour by performing two select dates at New York’s Hammerstein Ballroom. The “Mars 300 Celebration” December 6th and 7th mark the 300th and final show the band will play in support of their critically acclaimed third studio album “This Is War.” The 300th show will also set a Guinness World Record for the most shows played during a single album cycle, and the two Hammerstein shows will commemorate the occasion.
Cyndi Lauper is currently on tour in support of her eleventh studio album, “Memphis Blues.” She’ll be in Carmel, Aurora, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Denver, Los Angeles, and Reno, with a special benefit concert at the Beacon Theatre in New York City.