One of the most anticipated tours of the year arrives as KISS & Motley Crue join forces for a summer tour. Combining the costumes, makeup, music, and pyrotechnics you’ve come to expect from both bands, “KISS & Motley Crue: The Tour” comes to Bristow, Virginia Beach, Raleigh, Atlanta, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Dallas, Englewood, Chula Vista, and many more.
One month after completing a tour with Big Time Rush, the British boy band One Direction returns to the U.S. for their own headlining tour. The popularity of the band was shown when they were greeted by tons of screaming teens during the group’s appearance on the “Today” show, followed by their chart-topping debut album “Up All Night,” and already sold-out arena dates. The boys come to Fairfax, East Rutherford, New York, Camden, Toronto, Detroit, Rosemont, San Diego, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Anaheim, Dallas, and more.
After the birth of her first child, Beyonce has confirmed show dates for Atlanta City, sparking rumors that possibly a tour is in the works. Beyonce is scheduled to play three dates at Revel Resorts’ Ovation Hall May 25th to the 27th.
Multi-Platinum artist Drake announces a 27-city amphitheater tour. Touring in support of his “Take Care” album, the “Club Paradise Tour” also includes special guests J. Cole, Waka Flocka Flame, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, and French Montana. The tour comes to Springfield, Concord, Irvine, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Atlanta, Clarkston, Noblesville, Memphis, Camden, and more.
Crosby, Stills & Nash gives fans plenty of chances to see them this summer with a 50+ date summer tour. The legendary trio will be in full action from April to September with shows in Tuscaloosa, Biloxi, Alpharetta, Nashville, Paducah, Cincinnati, Toledo, Saint Louis, Highland Park, Milwaukee, Kansas City, and many more.
311 unites with Slightly Stoopid for this summer’s “Unity Tour.” This will be the 10th consecutive summer 311 has headlined or co-headlined this event. They are also supporting their 2011 album, “Universal Pulse.” Slightly Stoopid also has a new album coming out on March 30th, which was recorded at Bob Weir’s studio and features collaborations with Weir, Ivan and Ian Neville, and Tommy Chong. The tour travels to Sioux Falls, Maryland Heights, Dallas, New Braunfels, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Atlanta, Charlotte, and more.
Swedish DJ Avicii makes plans for “AVICII – LE7ELS,” billed as the “world’s first-ever electronic dance music all arena tour.” Produced in conjunction with At Night and Ash Alliance and Goldenvoice, the same people who bring you the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival and the Stagecoach country music festival, the tour kicks off at Houston’s Reliant Arena and comes to Fort Worth, New Orleans, Detroit, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Tampa, Boston, Buffalo, and more, with more dates to be announced soon.
Norah Jones kicks off her North American tour in June, a month after the release of her new album, “Little Broken Hearts.” Produced and co-written by Danger Mouse, her fifth studio album is a departure from the jazz of her Grammy-winning release “Come Away With Me,” and she describes it as a concept album about a difficult breakup. The tour comes to Indianapolis, Memphis, Atlanta, Nashville, Vienna, Philadelphia, Rochester, Boston, Wallingford, New York City, and more.
Jack White announces his first ever solo headlining tour, without the help of The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather, or Meg White. The tour is in support of his debut solo album, “Blunderbuss,” due out April 23rd. He will be joined by Alabama Shakes, who release their much-anticipated debut LP, “Boys & Girls,” on April 10th. The tour comes to Nashville, Asheville, New York City, Detroit, Quincy, Vancouver, Eugene, Los Angeles, Calgary.
Grammy winner Ben Harper embarks on his first headlining acoustic tour in September which includes a stop at New York City’s Carnegie Hall. The shows, described as an “intimate outing” with the singer, will span Harper’s entire discography including songs from his 1994 debut “Welcome To The Cruel World” through his latest release, “Give Till It’s Gone.” Harper plays Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Troutdale, Vienna, Ann Arbor, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, Burlington, Boston, and more.
Singer/songwriter Colbie Caillat teams up with fellow singer/songwriter Gavin Degraw for a summer U.S. tour. Caillat is supporting her latest release “All Of You,” and Degraw is supporting his latest album “Sweeter,” which was released last September. They are joined on tour by special guest Andy Grammer and come to Simpsonville, Biloxi, Pittsburgh, Philadephia, New York City, Bethlehem, Pomona, Norfolk, Baltimore, Atlanta, Austin, and more.
The British electronic indie band Hot Chip announces dates for the U.S. and Canada. The band’s fifth studio release is due out June in the U.K. and U.S, and is the follow-up to their 2010’s “One Life Stand.” The group comes to Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Oakland, and Vancouver.
Batman Live allows you to experience the caped-crusader as you never have before – as a live-action performance with high-intensity stunts, 42 cast members, elaborate sets, pyrotechnics, and a 105-foot bat-shaped LED video wall. Produced by Nick Grace of Water Lane Productions, the show has been a hit in Europe and Latin America and comes to North America with shows in Anaheim, Saint Paul, San Jose, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Oklahoma City, Rio Rancho, Colorado Springs, and Loveland.
The one-of a kind variety show Cirque Dreams: Pop Goes The Rock features a mash-up of celebrated pop and rock tunes spanning the decades. The production features daring aerialists, gravity defying balancers, powerful strongmen, and an array of edgy awe-inspiring acts, accompanied by a hip dance crew, cool singers, and a band performing over 20-chart topping hits live on stage. The show travels to Grand Prairie, Hollywood, Florida, Saint Petersburg, Bartlesville, San Bernardino, Fresno, Boise, Santa Barbara, and more.
Feist comes to North America with a summer tour and festival appearances. The Canadian singer/songwriter plays Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Sled Island Festival, and SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, among others. She is joined on select dates by Bon Iver andThe Low Anthem, and comes to Phoenix, Austin, Indianapolis, Nashville, New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Rockville, Burlington, Quincy, and more.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Lana Del Rey,
Disney Live! Phineas and Ferb,
Fresh Music Festival, and
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