NHL Playoffs, NFL, Rush, Phish, Marc Anthony, System of a Down & More

Fights, hits, and suspensions have already marked this year’s NHL Hockey playoffs as bruising old-style hockey makes a comeback. The playoffs are just gathering steam and already over 11 game misconducts have been handed out. The second round of the National Hockey League playoffs start on Friday when the third-seed Phoenix Coyotes host the fourth-seed Nashville Predators. Also, second-seed St. Louis Blues host the eighth-seed Los Angeles Kings in the opening game of their Western Conference semi-final on Saturday. Hockey action comes to New York City, Sunrise, Glendale, Washington, DC, Saint Louis, Philadephia, Newark, Kanata, Glendale, and more. Buy These Tickets

With the NFL draft upon us, the 2012 NFL season is just around the corner. With all eyes on what NFL prospects Andrew Luck andRobert Griffin III will bring to their prospective teams, along with The NY Jets acquisition of superstar quarterback Tim Tebow, and Superbowl Champion Peyton Manning playing without a Colt’s jersey for the first time in his career, tickets are now available for NFL action in New York City, Canton, San Diego, Orchard Park, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, Kansas City, Jacksonville, Detroit, Cincinnati, Miami Gardens, Seattle, and more. Buy These Tickets

Three giants of Latin music join forces for the Gigant3s Tour featuring superstars Marc AnthonyMarco Antonio Solis & Chayanne. Marking the first time the three artists have toured together, the 14-stop tour kicks off in August. It promises to be a multi-media spectaculars and one-of-a-kind musical event. The tour comes to Miami, Orlando, East Rutherford, Uncasville, Atlantic City, Rosemont, Anaheim, San Jose, Houston, Dallas, Laredo, San Antonio, El Paso, and Las Vegas. Buy These Tickets

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Jackson Browne brings his iconic career back to the road for an acoustic summer tour. The American singer-songwriter and musician who has sold over 17 million albums in the United States alone, delivers a unique show each evening because he does not follow a predetermined setlist. He tours with Nickel Creek founding member Sara Watkins, who is supporting her second solo album, “Sun Midnight Sun.” They come to Los Angeles, Charlotte, Greenville, Nashville, Richmond, Durham, Vienna, Philadelphia, Newport, Gilford, Holyoke, New York City, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, and more. Buy These Tickets

Californian rockers, System of a Down, teams with Deftones for a two-week North American 2012 headlining tour. While the Deftones are currently recording their seventh studio album due for release later this year, they are taking a break from recording for their first tour of the year. The tour includes stops in Camden, Holmdel, Wantagh, Washington DC, Mansfield, Clarkson, and Rosemont. Buy These Tickets

Just when you thought it was over, Puscifer adds a June U.S. tour that kicks off with their set at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival. The three-week tour by the electro-rock group features frontman Maynard James Keenan from Tool and A Perfect Circle. The tour combines music, sketch comedy, and multimedia. Still supporting their 2011 album “Conditions of My Parole,” the group comes to Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Baltimore, Asbury Park, Reading, Richmond, Columbus, Saint Paul, Houston, Prescott, and more. Buy These Tickets

Sublime With Rome, the band has sold more than 17 million albums worldwide, announces a new tour with Cypress Hill and Pepper. Cypress Hill and Sublime with Rome teamed up earlier this year for the2012 Smokeout Festival, and continue the collaboration, bringing the tour to Pittsburgh, Chicago, Columbus, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, El Paso, Las Vegas, Bethlehem, Ridgefield, Morrison, and more. Buy These Tickets

Five Finger Death Punch tops the bill for the Trespass Americasummer U.S. tour with Killswitch Engage. The hard-rocking tour includes Trivium, Pop Evil, Emmure, God Forbid, and Battlecross. The tour, presented by Metal Hammer magazine, promises to be a “theme-park-thrill-ride for metalheads.” Catch the tour in Broomfield, Billings, Milwaukee, Fort Wayne, Lubbock, San Antonio, Beaumont, Nashville, Evansville, Syracuse, Hartford, and more. Buy These Tickets

American-Canadian singer-songwriter and composer Rufus Wainwright announces another set of U.S. dates for a summer tour. Supporting his seventh studio album “Out Of The Game” due out in May, the album, produced by Mark Ronson, features guest appearances from his sister Martha Wainwright, members of The Dap-Kings, Sean Lennon, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner. Find Rufus this summer in Los Angeles, San Diego, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Vienna, Philadelphia, Purchase, Boston, Portland, Shelburne, Louisville, Bloomington, and more. Buy These Tickets

This year’s Identity Festival announces its 2012 lineup which includes surprise official headliner Eric Prydz. What makes this such a surprise billing is that until recently the Swedish DJ’s fear of flying prevented him from performing outside of Europe. He will be joined by Wolfgang Gartner, Madeon, Paul Van Dyk, Porter Robinson, Arty, Noisia, Showtek, and many more. The festival comes to Cincinnati, Pontiac, Toronto, Mansfield, Bristow, Wantagh, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Tampa, Miami, Dallas, Spring, Phoenix, and more.Buy These Tickets

Iceland’s Sigur Ros ends their four year live hiatus with an appearance at the Bestival Festival in the U.K. and a North American tour. Their sixth studio album, “Valtari” is scheduled for a May 28th release. The band comes to Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, Troutdale, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Def Leppard & Poison,
Jimmy Buffett,
Joshua Radin,
The Hives,
Andrew Bird,
Yes,
Ray Davies,
Gavin DeGraw & Colbie Caillat,
Train, and
The Dukes of September: Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald & Boz Scaggs.

 

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Kelly Clarkson & The Fray
Russell Peters
Tyler Perry’s Madea Gets A Job
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Madonna
KISS & Motley Crue
Wicked
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Rush, iHeartRadio, Van Halen, Springsteen, Linkin Park, Train & More

Iconic prog-rock band Rush reveals a new album and new tour.“Clockwork Angels” will be the group’s first studio effort since 2007’s “Snakes & Arrows.” The concept album follows a protagonist’s journey through a world of steampunk, alchemy, and an exotic carnival, the tale of which is also being penned into a novel by prolific science fiction author Kevin J. Anderson in collaboration with Rush drummer and lyricist Neil Peart. The trio comes to Manchester, Bristow, Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, Chicago, Columbus, Saint Louis, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Bridgeport, and more. Buy These Tickets

Clear Channel’s iHeartRadio Music Festival returns for its second year. The overwhelming success of last year’s inaugural festival paved the way for the event to return to Las Vegas for a two-day musical extravaganza at the MGM Grand Garden Arena September 21st and 22nd. Although this year’s lineup is will not be announced until July 9th, last year’s performers included Lady Gaga, Jay-Z, Coldplay, Alicia Keys, Steven Tyler, The Black Eyed Peas, Kenny Chesney, and more. This year’s festival will once again be hosted by Ryan Seacrest.Buy These Tickets

Van Halen has added 18 more shows to their 2012 tour in support of their new album, “A Different Kind Of Truth.” With Ky-mani Marleyopening up for the band on all dates, new stops now include Uncasville, Hampton, Philadelphia, East Rutherford, Baltimore, Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland, Fort Wayne, Knoxville, Memphis, Brimingham, Greenville, and more. Buy These Tickets

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band announced the second U.S. leg of their 2012 “Wrecking Ball” World Tour behind Springsteen’s 17th studio album of the same name. The tour follows monster performances by Bruce at New York’s Apollo Theater and at SXSW. The legend comes to San Jose, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Newark, Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington, DC, East Rutherford, and more.Buy These Tickets

Linkin Park teams up with co-headliners Incubus and openersMuthmath for this year’s Honda Civic Tour. With the release of their fifth studio album, “Living Things,” due out in June, Linkin Park announces the two-month tour with stops in Bristow, Uncasville, Mansfield, Camden, Auburn Hills, Cincinnati, Tinley Park, Dallas, Englewood, and more. Buy These Tickets

Pop superstar Kelly Clarkson announces a 2012 fall tour with The Fray. Asked how the lineup came about, Kelly said that after doing a radio circuit together they performed a Christmas song on stage and liked how they sounded together and decided to go on tour. Kelly says to expect to see them singing a song or two together during the show. Kelly’s fall dates include Airway Heights, Concord, Las Vegas, Murphys, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Thackerville, Orange Beach, and more. Buy These Tickets

Marking the first time he has performed since 2010, R&B croonsterMaxwell announces a six date summer tour series where he will perform his entire discography. Stopping in on three cities for two nights each, Maxwell and his 11-piece band will play 1996’s “Maxwell’s Urban Hang Suite” and 1998’s “Embrya” on the first night in each city, and the second night will feature 2001’s “Now” and 2009’s “BLACKsummers’night.” The tour comes to Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Newark. Buy These Tickets

Looks like Furthur is keeping their psychedelic tour bus on the road. Phil Lesh, Bob Weir and the gang have extended their tour until October. The tour now rolls into Morrison, Seattle, Troutdale, Mountain View, San Diego, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, and more.Buy These Tickets

Joan Sebastian hits the road joined by Pepe Aguilar on many dates for an upcoming summer and fall tour that includes stops in Fairfax, East Rutherford, New Orleans, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Laredo and Hidalgo. Buy These Tickets

Video Games Live, the immersive concert event that features music from the most popular video games of all time played by a live symphony orchestra, announces a Canadian tour. Incorporating the music of a full orchestra along with video footage from selected video games and synchronized lighting effects, the concerts feature a variety of classic songs from such games as “Castlevania,” “The Legend of Zelda” and the “Super Mario” series, to modern classics like “Assassin’s Creed,” “Kingdom Hearts” and “Shadow of the Colossus.” The ten stop Canadian tour starts in October and comes to Toronto, Montreal, Kitchener, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver. Buy These Tickets

Singer-songwriter Gillian Welch announces an extensive North American tour in support of her fifth studio album, “The Harrow & The Harvest.” The ten track album will be released in June and features Welch’s signature soulful country roots. Welch will hit the road in May and comes to San Diego, Tucson, Phoenix, Flagstaff, Santa Fe, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, and Memphis. Buy These Tickets

Dispatch announces their first album in 12 years. The indie trio’s latest album, “Circles Around The Sun,” is slated for an August release, and the band has confirmed dates for a North America tour. On this tour, the band is offering free live audio downloads of each show, available within 48 of the end of each concert, and are donating proceeds of ticket sales to Amplifying Education, their non-profit organization that helps improve public schools across the U.S. They come to Gulf Shores, Manchester, San Francisco, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Broomfield, Minneapolis, Chicago, New York City, and more. Buy These Tickets

From the producers of Disney on Ice comes Disney Live! Mickey’s Music Festival. Join Mickey Mouse and his band of friends, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy, as they perform a music mash-up of Disney’s greatest hits from the blockbuster movies like “Aladdin,” “The Little Mermaid,” and “Toy Story,” remixed to rock, pop, reggae, hip-hop, jazz, country, and more. The brand new production from Feld Entertainment comes to North Little Rock, Memphis, Evansville, Rochester, Milwaukee, Peoria, Dayton, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Pensacola, New Orleans, Atlanta, and more. Buy These Tickets

Dream Theater have announced a second North American leg of their world tour in support of their critically acclaimed album “A Dramatic Turn of Events,” which earned the band their first Grammy nomination. The album is being referred to in the blogosphere as “spine-tingling” and “their best in many years.” Their new batch of U.S. dates brings them to Detroit, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Kansas City, San Francisco, Universal City, Anaheim, El Paso, and many more. Buy These Tickets

FIFA will decide soon if Iraq is safe enough to host 2014 World Cup qualifying gamesagain. The country has been banned from holding home games since last September, but is scheduled to host Oman on June 12th. Other World Cup qualifying matches being held in June are the United States vs. Antigua and Barbuda, and Canada vs. Honduras. Watch these matches live in Tampa and Toronto. Buy These Tickets

When Los Caifanes reunited last year, it took fans of Spanish rock music by storm. Now the iconic group builds on that momentum with a 2012 tour. The Mexican rock group comes to Oakland, Anaheim, Phoenix, Houston, and Dallas. Buy These Tickets

After coming to prominence through the web, the mysterious Abel Tesfaye, better known asThe Weeknd, steps from behind the computer screen and takes his soulful sounds on a North American tour. With his musical portfolio receiving praise from such musical publications as “Pitchfork,” “Rolling Stone,” “XXL,” and “The Source,” The Weeknd brings his brand of pop/soul/R&B to Brooklyn, Washington, DC, Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and more. Buy These Tickets

Train has a new album, new tour, and a new wine, all under the same name. Not only does their “California 37” tour reflect their new album “California 37,” which will be featured prominently when they are on the road, but it is also the name of their new Cabernet Sauvignon from their Save Me wine company. Their latest single “Drive By” has hit No. 1 in Germany, Netherlands, Finland, India, New Zealand and Switzerland and has sold more than 1.5 million downloads across the globe. The band comes to Del Mar, Montreal, Saint Louis, Whites Creek, Rochester, Cincinnati, Kansas City, Highland Park, Toledo, Cleveland, Endicott, Philadelphia, and more. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Roxette,
Daughtry,
Sheryl Crow,
Def Leppard & Poison,
Chris Isaak,
Red Hot Chili Peppers,
Lindsey Buckingham,
Crosby, Stills & Nash,
Jimmy Buffett,
Buddy Guy,
Yes,
Wiz Khalifa,
Mac Miller,
Huey Lewis and The News, and
Joe Cocker.

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Kevin Hart
Counting Crows
Tyler Perry’s Madea Gets A Job
International Soccer Friendly Mexico vs Brazil
Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival: Motorhead, Slipknot, Slayer & Anthrax
Phish
Kid Rock
B.O.B.
Rammstein
Coldplay
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
The Book Of Mormon
Wicked
Jimmy Buffett
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One Direction, Journey, RHCP, Phish, Garth Brooks, Santana, Fiona Apple & More

Top seller One Direction has again announced more tour dates, this time a June and July 2013 run with stops in 25 cities including Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Nashville, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Boston, Long Island, Montreal, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Detroit, Chicago, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Denver, Vancouver, Seattle, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and more. Buy These Tickets

Phish announces the second leg of their U.S. summer tour including their first-ever show in Oklahoma. With no more dates to be scheduled for the 30-date plus tour, the next couple of months is your only chance to catch the band this year. Phish comes to Long Beach, San Francisco, Kansas City, Pelham, Atlanta, Charlotte, St. Louis, Oklahoma City, and more. Buy These Tickets

Red Hot Chili Peppers adds more Canadian dates to their North American tour. Frontman Anthony Kiedis had to recover from foot surgery, causing a delay to the start of the tour. After removing a crushed bone in the singer’s foot and correcting a detached flexor tendon, Kiedis is finally healed enough to endure the regiment of a live high-energy Chili Peppers show. The Hall of Fame Inductees add Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, and Winnipeg. Buy These Tickets

Journey teams up with Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo, along with Canada’s Loverboy for a summer U.S. tour. This massive 1980s revival features Journey’s new frontman Arnel Pineda, who’s documentary about his rise from his native Philippines to becoming the lead singer of one of America’s most famous bands premiers at the Tribeca Film Festival in April. The summer tour comes to San Bernardino, Stateline, Cheyenne, Quincy, Airway Heights, Salt Lake City, Englewood, Indianapolis, Wantagh, Des Moines, Dallas, Kansas City, and more. Buy These Tickets

Iconic guitarist Carlos Santana announces a mid-summer slew of dates, including a Las Vegas residency. His Las Vegas run of dates starts on May 2nd and is billed as “An Intimate Evening With Santana – Greatest Hits Live, Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow.” Also that month, his new album “Shape Shifter” comes out, a collection of 13 instrumental tracks by the famed guitarist. In addition to his Las Vegas, Santana also comes to Highland Park, Kettering, Toledo, Toronto, Clarkston, Boston, Gilford, Atlantic City, Columbia, and Tampa. Buy These Tickets

Country megastar Garth Brooks has announced a rare non-Las Vegas show, this time in Calgary on July 12, 2012 at the Saddledome.Buy These Tickets

With the release of her first album in seven years, Fiona Apple has announced plans for a summer tour. The Grammy-winning artist’s new album “The Idler Wheel Is Wiser Than The Driver Of The Screw And Whipping Cords Will Serve You More Than Ropes Will Ever Do” will be released in June and she takes to the road the next day. The six week tour takes her to Ithaca, Baltimore, Mashantucket, Holyoke, Upper Darby, Boston, Portland, Montreal, Toronto, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Nashville, Kansas City, and more. Buy These Tickets

Ron “Tater Salad ” White is most recognized as the cigar-smoking, scotch-drinking comic from the “Blue Collar Comedy” tour. White went from growing up in a small town in the middle of Texas oil country to performing in sold-out theaters and arenas as a headlining comedian all across the country. With two Grammy nominations, a Gold Record, three of the top rated one-hour specials in Comedy Central history, a New York Times best-selling book, and more than ten million CDs and DVDs sold, Ron White comes to Toronto, Cleveland, Columbus, Mansfield, Portsmouth, Baltimore, Hartford, New York City, Dodge City, Las Vegas, Loveland, and more. Buy These Tickets

Following the amazing success of The SPACE Tour, internet sensation Team Starkidannounced their second national tour APOCALYTOUR. The media and musical theatre production company rose to prominence from their Youtube videos, and the tour features a cast of StarKid veterans performing hits from the company’s acclaimed original comedy musicals “A Very Potter Musical,” “A Very Potter Sequel,” “Starship,” and their latest parody show “Holy Musical B@man!” APOCALYTOUR comes to Chicago, Indianapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, Austin, Houston, San Diego, West Hollywood, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver, and more. Buy These Tickets

Swedish pop duo Roxette, who consists of Per Gessle and Marie Fredricksson, diverts their world tour to the U.S. for a few dates. Since the tour’s launch Roxette have already sold millions of tickets, and are supporting their new album “Travelling” which will be released in the U.S. in June. As of now, Roxette has confirmed dates in New York City, Boston, San Francisco, and Universal City, with more dates to be announced. Buy These Tickets

Wilco is coming to town with a U.S. tour, including appearances at Forecastle Festival andXPoNential Music Festival. The band is touring in support of their eighth studio album “The Whole Love,” released last year. It was the very first release from the band’s own label dBpm. Jeff Tweedy and company brings their brand of alternative rock to Fayetteville, Birmingham, Jackson, Tampa, Miami Beach, Saint Augustine, Memphis, Morrison, Salt Lake City, Boise, Newport, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Alice Cooper, who single-handedly masterminded the rock-horror genre, announces his 2012 “No More Mr Nice Guy” tour. Guitarist Ryan Roxie rejoins the lineup after several years absence, and Alice says that “Ryan Roxie is a fan favorite. He plays like a tornado, and we can’t wait to turn him loose and let him tear into this tour.” Tour highlights include Alice’s first-ever appearance at Bonnaroo on June 9th and a month-long North American tour withIron Maiden, plus several headlining stints along the way. The band comes to Biloxi, Knoxville, Kettering, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Burlington, Louisville, Charlotte, Atlanta, Bristow, Cadott, and more. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Fresh Music Festival,
Be Good To Yourself Tour: Ledisi & Eric Benet,
Stevie Nicks,
Bonnie Raitt,
Jimmy Buffet,
Barry Manilow,
Kid Rock,
Bill Maher,
David Gray, and
Jeff Dunham.

 

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UFC 145: Jon Jones vs. Rashad Evans
International Soccer Friendly
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Roger Waters
UFC On Fox
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Wicked
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Madonna

1D, The Jacksons, Jason Mraz, Seal, Warped Tour, O.A.R., Fresh Beat & More

Top selling British boy band One Direction has added a stop at Madison Square Garden on December 3, 2012. They will also be at the Beacon Theatre in NYC this May for two dates as part of their upcoming May 24 through July 1 tour that starts in Fairfax, VA and ends in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Buy These Tickets

With his eighth studio effort, “Soul 2,” released last year, British soul/R&B singer-songwriter Seal readies himself for a new U.S. and Canadian tour. Seal’s “Soul2Tour” setlist includes plenty of soul classics from “What’s Going On,” “Back Stabbers,” to “Lean On Me,” as well as fan favorites from his illustrious career. He travels withMacy Gray to Rama, Mashantucket, Cohasset, New York, Atlantic City, Cleveland, Memphis, Saint Louis, Tulsa, Tucson, Las Vegas, San Diego, Los Angeles, and more. Buy These Tickets

The Jacksons announce “The Jacksons: Unity Tour 2012,” their first major tour since their 1984 “Victory” outing that included Michael Jackson. The Jackson brothers reunion tour looks to capture the iconic magic of the group’s hits and honor the memory of Michael. The tour comes to Louisville, Cincinnati, Rama, Merrillville, Detroit, Kettering, Cleveland, New York City, Atlantic City, Englewood, Baltimore, and more. Buy These Tickets

Jason Mraz’s latest EP “Love Is A Four Letter Word” is due out for release this April, and he plans a summer tour aptly called “Tour Is A Four Letter Word” to kick off this June. The U.S. and Canadian leg of the tour will make it Mraz’s largest North American tour to date, and he takes labelmate Christina Perri along on the North American trek. The tour comes to New Orleans, Dallas, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Orange Beach, Atlanta, Raleigh, Charlotte, Camden, Cincinnati, Holmdel, Montreal, and more. Buy These Tickets

American “revolutionary” rock band O.A.R. announces plans for their “Summer Crush Tour” this July. Kicking off in Indianapolis, the two month tour concludes at The Peach Music Festival in Scranton. The band released their seventh studio album, “King,” last summer, and comes to Kansas City, Morrison, Saint Louis, Chicago, Rochester, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Saratoga Springs, Hartford, and more. Buy These Tickets

Duran Duran is plotting the details for their spring/summer tour. The English rock band is touring in support of their thirteenth studio album, “All You Need Is Now.” Only a few dates have been confirmed and the group is scheduled to play in Memphis, Durham, and Highland Park, with more dates to be announced. Buy These Tickets

With his self-titled sophomore album out, singer-songwriter Justin Vernon of Bon Iver takes the band out on the road again. Playing select dates with All Tiny Creatures, the band’s itinerary includes theNew Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Sasquatch! Music Festival. They also come to Las Vegas, Pomona, Davis, San Francisco, Indio, Santa Barbara, Tucson, New Orleans, Edmonton, Calgary, Quincy, and more. Buy These Tickets

This year’s Vans Warped Tour marks the first time Taking Back Sunday will join the entire tour as a main stage headliner. Other bands on the lineup include Rise Against, Of Mice and Men, Breathe Carolina, All Time Low, Falling In Reverse, The Used, Yellowcard, Anti Flag, We The Kings, blessthefall, and many more. The tour comes to Salt Lake City, Denver, Las Vegas, Irvine, Pomona, San Francisco, Phoenix, Las Cruces, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas, and more.Buy These Tickets

With a new album “How About I Be Me (And You Be You),” Sinead O’Connor announces a new North American tour. The Irish singer/songwriter was forced into vocal rest earlier this year, but now returns to the stage with dates in Chicago, Homestead, Montclair, Boston, New York City, Montreal, Toronto, and Washington D.C.Buy These Tickets

The Dukes of September Rhythm Revue Tour, featuring Donald FagenMichael McDonald and Boz Scaggs, kicks off June 20th in McDonald’s hometown of St. Louis. The trio has performed together before in a 1993 performance at New York’s Beacon Theater and a 2010 tour. See them again in San Diego, Universal City, Santa Barbara, Denver, Tulsa, Grand Prairie, San Antonio, Boston, Highland Park, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Nickelodeon’s popular preschool music group, The Fresh Beat Band, announces a second leg to their already sold-out national tour, including 50 cities and 70 performances. Performing hits from seasons one, two and three of their Nickelodeon live-action music series, the band supports the release of their first-ever soundtrack, “The Fresh Beat Band: Music From The Hit TV Show.” The band comes to Durham, Frederick, Norfolk, Atlanta, Knoxville, Nashville, Orlando, Miami Beach, Birmingham, Memphis, New Orleans, and more. Buy These Tickets

Canada’s biggest comedy rockstar, Russell Peters, announces a new North American tour. After setting attendance records around the globe for the last three years, including the largest comedy show in U.K. history with 16,000 fans at London’s O2 Arena and the largest comedy show in Australian history with over 13,000 fans Australia’s Acer Arena. He brings his “Notorious World Tour” to Las Vegas, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, and Winnipeg. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
The Queen Extravaganza,
Fresh Music Festival: Keith Sweat, Doug E Fresh & K-Ci and JoJo,
Meat Loaf,
The Cult,
Morrissey,
Rascal Flatts,
Joe Cocker,
Bonnie Raitt, and
David Gray.

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Jason Aldean
The Book Of Mormon
Luke Bryan
KISS & Motley Crue
Tenacious D
Kevin Hart
James Taylor
Yanni
Daniel Tosh
WWE
Tyler Perry’s Madea Gets a Job
International Soccer Friendly: Argentina vs. Brazil
Journey
Crosby, Stills & Nash
Bonnie Raitt
Radiohead
Madonna

Aerosmith, 1D, Madonna, Bocelli, ZZ Top, Roberto Carlos, Maze & More

Aerosmith announces dates for their “Global Warming” summer tour. The legendary group has been working hard in the studio and promises a new album within the next three months, but in the meantime, they are hitting the road with Cheap Trick. The band proclaims that “the old Aerosmith is back with a new vengeance.” Stephen Tyler, Joe Perry, and crew come to Minneapolis, Cleveland, Chicago, Toronto, Bristow, Auburn Hills, Milwaukee, Boston, Philadelphia, East Rutherford, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, and more. Buy These Tickets

The perennial band you’ve known for over 40 years, ZZ Top, is back with their “Gang Of Outlaws” tour. The U.S. tour mainly hits the eastern, southern, and mid-western parts of the country and recruits the talents of Three Doors Down and Gretchen Wilson. The tour comes to Manchester, Atlantic City, Moosic, Winston Salem, Fredericksburg, Glen Allen, Atmore, Estero, Orlando, Nashville, Baton Rouge, Dallas, and more. Buy These Tickets

With the second of her Yankee Stadium shows selling out, Madonnahas added a third New York show to her world tour, stopping atMadison Square Garden on November 12th. The Material Girl, who was embroiled in a Twitter war with electronic artist Deadmau5 for referencing the drug Ecstasy at a recent appearance she made at Ultra Music Festival, is supporting her latest release “MDNA.” Her tour also takes her to Philadelphia, Montreal, Bronx, Toronto, Chicago, Seattle, San Jose, Houston, New Orleans, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Miami, and more. Buy These Tickets

Known as the Italian tenor who brought opera to the masses, Andrea Bocelli has sold over 70 million albums during his 20-year career. He has scheduled a U.S. trek of performances which brings him to San Jose, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Houston, Dallas, Rosemont, and Brooklyn. Buy These Tickets

Legendary singer Roberto Carlos announces a U.S. tour. The Brazilian singer who has sold over 100 million albums worldwide and is best known for hits like “Detalles,” “Camionero,” and “Concavo Y Convexo,” will kick off his U.S. tour in June. He comes to Miami, Newark, Boston, Rosemont, San Jose and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

After announcing his U.K. schedule, Joe Bonamassa releases his U.S. tour dates. Known as one of the world’s greatest guitar players, the charismatic blues-rock star and singer-songwriter, is touring in support of his new live DVD “Joe Bonamassa: Beacon Theatre – Live from New York.” He comes to Beverly Hills, Fresno, Reno, Salt Lake City, Denver, Omaha, Oklahoma City, Springfield, Topeka, Des Moines, Indianapolis, and more. Buy These Tickets

Maze featuring Frankie Beverly are expanding their U.S. tour dates. The legendary R&B and soul group with over thirty years of hits including “Running Away,” “Love Is The Key,” “Back In Stride,” and “Too Many Games,” is coming to Tuscaloosa, Macon, Portland, Jean, Tampa, Augusta, Chicago, Atlanta, Charlotte, Virginia Beach, Cincinnati, and more. Buy These Tickets

The Summerland Tour announces dates for more than 25 cities across the U.S. starting in June. The tour brings together Everclear,Sugar RayGin BlossomsLit and Marcy Playground, the groups that brought you such hits as “Santa Monica,” “Fly,” “Found Out About You,” “My Own Worst Enemy” and “Sex and Candy.” The tour comes to Saratoga, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Del Mar, Phoenix, Austin, Fort Worth, Tulsa, Columbus, Cincinnati, Atlanta, and more. Buy These Tickets

When hardcore icons Refused reunited earlier this year for Coachella, many had hoped the reunion would last for more than a weekend. Now the band announces a full North American tour with support by Los Angeles-based punk band OFF! Refused comes to San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Silver Spring, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Royal Oak, and Chicago. Buy These Tickets

Legendary soul-funk-fusion powerhouse, Earth, Wind And Fire, release their latest album “Now, Then & Forever,” featuring their new single “Guiding Lights,” and backs it up with their “Guiding Lights Tour.” The Motown legends are slated to perform with a 34-piece string orchestra that is going to add a whole new dimension to their decades of hits. The tour comes to Rochester, Highland Park, Youngstown, Boston, Uncasville, Philadelphia, Trenton, Reading, Baltimore, Charlotte, Whites Creek, Atlanta, Orlando, and more. Buy These Tickets

Rock/comedy duo Tenacious D sets up more U.S. dates. The band, comprised of Jack Black and Kyle Gass is about to embark on a U.S. tour in support of their first studio album in six years “Rize Of the Fenix.” The album was literally recorded in their producer’s garage and features appearances by Foo Fighter’s Dave Grohl. The band comes to Santa Barbara, Quincy, Oakland, Bend, Vancouver, Nashville, Atlanta, New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Uncasville, Detroit, Chicago, and more. Buy These Tickets

Keane is back for another North American tour in support of their latest album “Strangeland,” the first full-length since their 2008 release “Perfect Symmetry.” The U.K. rock band debuted the album’s first single “Silenced By The Night” during an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” two weeks ago. They announce dates for their U.S. headlining tour that promises to be a showcase of “brass-bolstered soul” and “electro-flavored dance pop.” The band comes to Boston, Rockville, New York, Philadelphia, Montreal, Toronto, Nashville, Chicago, Denver, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, and more. Buy These Tickets

France’s rock super-star Johnny Hallyday announces two U.S. dates for 2012. With a career spanning over 50 years, the French icon has sold over 100 million records, garnered 21 Platinum albums, 8 French music Awards (Victoire de la Musique), appeared in 36 movies, and collaborated with the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Jimmy Page, Peter Frampton, and Bono. He comes to New York City on October 7th, which marks his first full concert performance in the Big Apple, and he also performs in Los Angeles at the Orpheum Theatre on April 24th. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Tedeschi Trucks Band,
The Dukes of September: Donald Fagen, Michael McDonald & Boz Scaggs,
Demi Lovato,
Brand New,
Weezer,
Drake,
Brad Paisley,
John Mellencamp,
Neil Diamond,
The B-52s,
Jimmy Buffett, and
Bonnie Raitt.

 

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