KISS & Motley Crue, Beyonce, One Direction, CSN, Drake, 311, Avicii, Fiest & More

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Seal,
Diana Krall,
Joe Bonamassa,
Lana Del Rey,
War,
Michael Bolton,
Disney Live! Phineas and Ferb,
Dierks Bentley,
Fresh Music Festival, and
Collective Soul.

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Oprah Winfrey
Elton John
Ringo Starr And His All Starr Band
Phish
Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks
Radiohead
Florence And The Machine
NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament
Daniel Tosh
WWE
Iron Maiden
Eddie Vedder
Bruce Springsteen
James Taylor

Def Leppard & Poison, Glenn Frey, Madonna, Elton, Sting, John Mayer & More

Def Leppard & Poison unite yet again for a U.S. summer tour beginning in June. The duo haven’t toured together since 2009 and look forward to another North American adventure. They team up withLita Ford as an opener. The tour kicks off in Salt Lake City and comes to Irvine, Las Vegas, Denver, Kansas City, Atlanta, Tampa, Nashville, Clarkston, Newark, Wantagh, Rosemont, and more. Buy These Tickets

After taking a 20-year break from solo albums, the Eagles’ Glenn Frey is stepping back into the spotlight with a new album “After Hours,” which is a collection of cover songs of his favorite pop standards. He puts his own take on classic tunes like “The Look of Love,” “The Good Life,” and “Route 66.” He follows the album, due out in May, with a string of U.S. dates that takes him to New York City, Washington, D.C., Englewood, Bethlehem, and Mashantucket.Buy These Tickets

Canadian rockers, Barenaked Ladies, announce dates for their “Last Summer on Earth tour.” Joining them will be Blues TravelerCracker, and Big Head Todd, as they play more than 30 arenas across North America. Kicking off in July, the tour will be in Toldeo, Canandalgua, Kettering, Chicago, Vienna, Raleigh, Charlotte, West Palm Beach, Austin, Spring, Dallas, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and more. Buy These Tickets

With a booked European tour already selling out, Sting adds more U.S. and Canada summer dates. Performing with his five-piece band consisting of Dominic Miller, Vinnie Colauita, David Sancious, Peter Tickell, and Jo Lawry, Sting plays New York City, Thackerville, Atlanta, Atlantic City, Lewiston, and Calgary. Buy These Tickets

The Steve Miller Band, which has been rocking audiences for two generations, will bring its high-energy shows across the U.S. for a 2012 tour. Led by Wisconsin native Steve Miller, the band, which has sold more than 30 million records, open their summer tour in June in Englewood, New Jersy. The tour comes to Red Bank, Morristown, Cleveland, South Bend, Morton, Friant, Mountain View, Lincoln, Cincinnati, Hyannis, Gilford, Glen Allen, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Madonna adds yet another date to accommodate fans missing out on her sold out tour. She is now dropping by Detroit, November 8th, in addition to such cities as New Orleans, Houston, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Saint Paul, Clevelnad, Atlanta, Miami, Saint Louis, and more.Buy These Tickets

Elton John adds more dates to his “The Million Dollar Piano” residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The legendary performer also has plans for other U.S. shows including New York City, Springfield, Fort Wayne, and more. Buy These Tickets

Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks have teamed up for a summer tour and due to overwhelming popularity have added dates in Washington, D.C., Tulsa, Houston, and Greensboro. Buy These Tickets

Garbage has scheduled its first U.S. tour dates since 2005. The alternative rock band is preparing to release its fifth studio album, “Not Your Kind Of People,” since 2005’s “Bleed Like Me.” Touring in support of the new album, Garbage comes to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Tucson, Tempe, Houston, Austin, Aspen, Denver, Salt Lake City, Boston, and more. Buy These Tickets

John Mayer is forced to take “an indefinite break from live performing” as a result of the same vocal cord problems that forced him to cancel his fall tour last year. He is anticipating a second surgery and has no definite timetable for a return but in the meantime plans to write another album in the time he would have been touring. His upcoming album, “Born and Raised,” will still be released on schedule.

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Ian Anderson,
Primus,
Chickenfoot, and
Brad Paisley.

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Radiohead
Oprah Winfrey
Dave Matthews Band
International Soccer Friendly: Mexico vs. Brazil
UFC 146: Junior Dos Santos vs Alistair Overeem
Daniel Tosh
Red Hot Chili Peppers
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Elton John
Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan & Lauren Alaina
47th Academy of Country Music Awards
Van Halen
NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament
Charles Aznavour
Nickelback, Bush, Seether & My Darkest Days
Kenny Chesney, Kris Kristofferson & Willie Nelson

Madonna, Oprah, BTR, Radiohead, Nickelback, Il Volo, Yanni, Furthur & More

Radiohead adds more dates for their U.S. national tour, including stops in Mansfield and Newark. Other stops include Washington, DC, Cincinnati, Manchester, Auburn Hills, Camden, Santa Barbara, and more. Buy These Tickets

Nickelback have recruited the services of U.K. rock vets Bush, South African rockers Seether, and newcomers and fellow Canadians My Darkest Days for a massive 39-date summer tour of North America. They are supporting their latest album “Here and Now” with what they say will be their “biggest, baddest, most over-the-top show yet,” and come to Moline, Grand Rapids, Detroit, Columbus, New York City, Montreal, Toronto, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harford, and more, starting in April. Buy These Tickets

Il Volo released their debut live CD along with a new batch of North American tour dates. The live CD and DVD, “Il Volo Takes Flight – Live From The Detroit Opera House,” was filmed on their first North American tour last year and features the three teenage tenors performing such Italian classics as “O Sole Mio” and “Un Amore Cosi Grande.” The Italian operatic pop group comes to Minneapolis, Saint Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Chicago, Rochester, Toronto, New York City, Boston, Washington, DC, and more. Buy These Tickets

Furthur announces plans for its 2012 summer tour, kicking off July 5th in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. The band, created by The Grateful Dead alums Phil Lesh and Bob Weir, also come to Boston, Wallingford, Philadelphia, Columbia, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, and more, with an eight night engagement at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.Buy These Tickets

Yanni announces more dates for his massive 2012 North America tour. Supporting his most recent album, “Truth of Touch,” the self-taught pianist and composer follows the heels of his sold-out world tour with a tour through the U.S. and Canada. Catch the multi-platinum selling artist when he comes to Miami, Saint Louis, Boston, Montreal, Holmdel, Salt Lake City, Morrison, Albuquerque, Phoenix, and many more. Buy These Tickets

After last summer’s successful debut with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Canadian songstress Sarah Mclachlan announces that she will embark on a complete orchestra tour this summer. In each city McLachlan will work with a local symphony orchestra program, rotating players and arrangements nightly. The tour kicks off in June and comes to Toronto, Shelburne, Toledo, Nasville, Rochester, Atlanta, Columbia, Boston, Atlantic City, and more. Buy These Tickets

Multi-platinum, musical phenomenon, Celtic Thunder continues to pay homage to the musical culture of Ireland with a 2012 tour. The fall tour starts in Canada on September 5th and travels to St. John’s, Sydney, Halifax, Moncton, Windsor, Hershey, Boston, Westbury, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Salem, Bethlehem, and more. Buy These Tickets

Supporting their first studio album in nearly 12 years, Primus hits the road for their latest release “Green Naugahyde.” The tour starts in May and includes several festival stops, including Wakarusa and Houston’sFree Press Summer Fest. The band also makes stops in Columbia, Huntington, Syracuse, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Nashville, Flagstaff, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and more. Buy These Tickets

The BNP Paribas Open kicks off this week in Indian Wells. The tournament features the world’s top tennis players battling for the one million dollar championship prize. Among those included in the field are defending champ and the world’s number one Novak Djokovic, along with Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Caroline Wozniacki, Maria Sharapova, and women’s world number one Victoria Azarenka who is coming off a 17 match win-streak. Buy These Tickets

And once the action wraps up in Indian Wells, the ATP and WTA tours head out to Key Biscayne/Miami, Florida for the Sony Ericsson Open, which is expected to add Serena Williams and Kim Clijsters on the women’s side and see additional Federer, Nadal, Murray, and Djokovic battles on the men’s side. Buy These Tickets

The 2012 NCAA March Madness is now upon us. With 67 games of your favorite college hoops, collegiate teams battle for their place in the Final Four and onward to the National Championship in the New Orleans April 2nd. With games in Dayton, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Portland, Nashville, and more, the action kicks off March 13th.Buy These Tickets

The lineup for this year’s Rainforest Fund has been announced and includes performers Sting, Elton John, James Taylor, Meryl Streep, Rosanne Cash, Vince Gill, and a number of surprise guests. The Rainforest Fund was founded by Sting and his wife Trudie Styler to bring awareness to the destruction of the world’s rainforests. This year’s benefit is April 3rd at Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Buy These Tickets

Oprah Winfrey takes the stage in Canada for her Oprah’s Lifeclass Tour, her popular series that connects viewers with the lessons that guide her life. She will be joined on stage by hand-picked experts including life and business coach Tony Robbins, spiritualist Deepak ChopraBishop T.D. Jakes, and inspirational author Iyanla Vanzant. The series comes to Toronto April 16th for two shows. Buy These Tickets

Austin, Texas, hosts an all-star tribute to the Man in Black with the We Walk The Line Johnny Cash Benefit. Slated to perform are Kenny Chesney, Kris Kristofferson, Amy Lee, Lucinda Williams, Brandi Carlile, Andy Grammer, Shooter Jennings, Rhett Miller, and more. Proceeds from the event go to Charley’s Fund to help find a cure for fatal children’s disease Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The event is April 20th at Moody Theater. Buy These Tickets

Tap into the wonderful 2012-2013 season of the New York Metropolitan Opera . With productions of “Carmen,” “Otello,” “The Tempest,” and more, enjoy magical performances at the world-renown Lincoln Center in New York City. Buy These Tickets

Cee-Lo Green launches his Las Vegas residency with “Cee-Lo Green Presents Loberace”. Described as “part dance party, part live intimate concert,” the show combines fantastical stage design and wardrobes, with showgirls and music from Prince to The Rolling Stones, and even Cee-Lo’s own hits. The residency begins August 29th at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Brad Paisley,
Coheed & Cambria,
Switchfoot,
Scorpions,
K.D. Lang,
Jane’s Addiction,
Ron White,
Sting,
String Cheese Incident,
Ghostland Observatory, and
Zappa Plays Zappa.

John Mayer, Phish, LMFAO, BTR, GNR, Scorpions, Rod Stewart/Stevie Nicks & More

It seems that Rod Stewart & Stevie Nicks had such a good time co-headlining their spring 2011 “Heart & Soul Tour” that they’ve decided to do it again with a summer tour. Last year’s arena tour treated fans to three-hour plus shows that included favorite tunes by Nicks and Stewart, along with a few duets. Nicks, a Hall of Fame inductee as a member of Fleetwood Mac, released her seventh studio album, “In Your Dreams” in 2011. The duo comes to Cleveland, Cincinnati, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Orlando, and Sunrise, with more dates to be announced. Buy These Tickets

This summer Big Time Rush embarks on their second major national tour which will take them to over 50 cities in the U.S. and Canada. The boy band, which stars on the Nickelodeon TV show of the same name, is currently in the middle of its sold-out “Better With U Tour.” After a few months rest they’ll begin their summer tour in July, joined on select dates by Australian pop singer Cody Simpson and “X-Factor” finalist and newly-signed Nickelodeon star Rachel Crow. The tour comes to Columbus, Milwaukee, Maryland Heights, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Dallas, Tulsa, Phoenix, Irvine, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Guns N’ Roses makes their triumphant return to the City of Angels in March, where the band first formed in 1985. “The LA Takeover” has the band playing three nights in intimate venues throughout Los Angeles. It kicks off March 9th at the Hollywood Palladium, which Guns N’ Roses last played 22 years ago. The band then makes its first appearance at The Wiltern March 11th and West Hollywood’s House Of Blues on the Sunset Strip March 12th. Buy These Tickets

Seven-time Grammy winner John Mayer announces plans for a spring tour that will give fans a preview of his upcoming album, “Born And Raised,” and help U.S. military vets. He has partnered with Northern California Institute of Research and Education (NCIRE), which aids veterans transitioning back to their civilian lives. The tour kicks off in Bloomington, and travels to East Lansing, Grand Rapids, Orono, Detroit, Providence, West Point, Buffalo, Wallingford, Memphis, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and more. Buy These Tickets

Phish will return to the road this June when they launch their 2012 North American summer tour. The tour kicks off with a two-night stand at DCU Center in Worcester, MA, and a headlining performance at theBonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. It also features several two and three-night engagements along the East Coast and Midwest/Great Lakes regions. In April, Phish will release “Junta,” its first full-length studio album, as a Limited Edition Deluxe 3-LP vinyl set. This marks the band’s second release in conjunction with Record Store Day, and will be available exclusively at participating independently owned record stores. You can see the band in Worcester, Egg Harbor Township, Portsmouth, Cincinnati, Burgettstown, East Troy, Wantagh, Saratoga Springs, and more. Buy These Tickets

LMFAO are touring in support of their sophomore album, “Sorry For Party Rocking,” which was recently certified gold and is quickly approaching platinum. The single “Party Rock Anthem” has sold more than 10 million units worldwide. Their U.S. tour will bring them to over two dozens venues in the U.S. in May, including Columbus, Auburn Hills, Minneapolis, Rosemont, Morrison, Salt Lake City, Spokane, Seattle, Los Angeles, Oakland, Tulsa, Dallas, and more. Buy These Tickets

The Scorpions extend their farewell tour through 2012 and possibly the beginning of 2013. With that comes more U.S. and Canadian dates from the legendary German rock band. Find them in Reno, Salt Lake City, Morrison, Albuquerque, Tucson, San Diego, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Chicago, Holmdel, Montreal, Toronto, Philadelphia, and more. Buy These Tickets

American singer, television actress, and Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth announces her first ever national tour. The 19 city tour starts in Seattle in early May, and will feature songs from her latest album, “Some Lessons Learned,” as well as Broadway show tunes, including selections from “Wicked” and “Promises, Promises” as well as a few numbers from “Glee.” She comes to Seattle, Berkeley, Los Angeles, Denver, Houston, Dallas, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Baltimore, Toronto, Cleveland, and more. Buy These Tickets

Idina Menzel, known for her roles from “Wicked” and “Glee,” has announced dates for a North American tour. Her other credits include her Tony-nominated role as Maureen Johnson in the Broadway musical “Rent,” the film version of “Rent,” Kesa/The Wife/The Actress in the musical “See What I Wanna See,” an appearance on ABC’s “Private Practice,” and a part in the Disney film “Enchanted.” She’s touring in support of her latest album “Idina Menzel Live: Barefoot At The Symphony” due out March 6th and comes to Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, Modesto, San Francisco, Santa Rosa, Las Vegas, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Saint Louis, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Chicago and The Doobie Brothers announce a co-headline tour that will feature individual sets from each band followed by a grand finale encore with both groups sharing the stage and playing each other’s hits. Chicago also teams up with the American Cancer Society for the “Sing With Chicago” promotion, marking the third consecutive year the band has offered fans the chance to meet them and sing Chicago’s classic tune “If You Leave Me Now” in concert with the band. The tour comes to Tucson, Stateline, Wheatland, Universal City, Morrison, Kansas City, Dallas, Spring, Atlanta, Raleigh, and more. Buy These Tickets

Living rock legend Steve Winwood, known for his work with the Spencer Davis Group, Traffic, and Blind Faith with Eric Clapton, begins a spring tour in Milwaukee May 11th. The tour makes stops in Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Chicago, Detroit, Portsmouth, New York City, Atlantic City, Red Bank, and more. Buy These Tickets

Scottish singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Ian Anderson best known for his work as the leader and flautist of British rock band Jethro Tull, announces the 2012 “Thick As A Brick Tour.” It will be the first time Anderson performs “Thick As A Brick,” the number one Billboard album that Ian wrote the music and lyrics to, in its entirety since 1972. U.S. dates have been announced for West Palm Beach, Atlantic City, Grand Prairie, Houston, and Chicago. Buy These Tickets

Neil Diamond celebrates the 40th anniversary of his landmark 1972 live album, “Hot August Night,” by returning to Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre, the scene of his success, August 11th through the 16th. He is set for a summer tour that kicks off in Sunrise and travels to Tampa, Atlanta, Wantagh, Washington, DC, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, and more. Buy These Tickets

New Elton John dates have been announced for Grand Forks, Fort Wayne and Mankato. You can also catch the legendary performer at Springfield, Las Vegas, Red Deer, New York City, and more. Buy These Tickets

Madonna’s tour has been selling out instantly, which often means a tour will add additional dates, and Madonna’s world tour is no exception. With a show added for Miami, you can also find the Queen of Pop in Seattle, San Jose, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, Kansas City, and more. Buy These Tickets

Fiona Apple schedules a handful of shows following her appearance at this year’s Pitchfork’s showcase at SXSW. The songstress then heads out on the road to Chicago, Washington, DC, Brooklyn, Atlantic City, New York City, and Boston. Buy These Tickets

Bon Jovi is once again teaming up with Tiger Woods to help out with his annual Tiger Jam Charity Concert, April 28th in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Events Center. In addition to a headline performance from Jon Bon Jovi and friends, the event includes a performance by American Idol winner David Cook. Since its launch in 1998, Tiger Jam has raised more than $13 million for the foundation’s programs. Buy These Tickets

Boston will embark on its first tour in nearly four years, according to Tom Scholz, just in case on the off-chance the Mayans were right about the whole end of the world thing in 2012. The “2012” tour begins June 28th in Hollywood, Florida, at the Seminole Hard Rock Live, and continues to Saint Augustine, Orlando, Rama, Columbus, Norfolk, and Bethlehem.Buy These Tickets

USA Soccer vs. Antigua – U.S. soccer scored a triumphant achievement when they beat Italy in for the first time ever on Italy’s own soil. They hope to take that momentum with them into their qualifying round for the 2014 World Cup at home against Antigua. The match is June 8th at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. The Americans are trying to qualify for their seventh straight trip to soccer’s championship. Buy These Tickets

USA Soccer vs. Scotland – The U.S. welcomes Scotland for an international friendly, May 26th, in Jacksonville, Florida. The exhibition game will be the first match between the two teams since 2005. Buy These Tickets

Catch more soccer action, as the U.S. hosts Mexico vs. Brazil. The international friendly is June 3rd at Dallas Cowboys Staduim in Arlington, Texas. Buy These Tickets

Other soccer events include Argentina vs. Brazil. This international friendly hosted by the U.S. happens June 9th at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Aziz Ansari,
All American Rejects,
The Chieftains,
Dayglow: Worlds Largest Paint Party,
Jim Gaffigan,
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds,
Celtic Thunder,
K.D. Lang,
Brian Regan,
Train,
Carlos Santana, and
Daughtry.