The Who’s Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey announce the return of their classic album “Quadrophenia” to the road beginning in November. The band has previously toured, playing the iconic double-album, twice before in 1996 and ’97. Sitting in is Zak Starkey on drums, Pino Palladino on bass, Simon Townshend on guitar, andFrank Simes on keyboard. The tour comes to Sunrise, Orlando, Duluth, Greenville, Greensboro, Pittsburgh, Washington, DC, Brooklyn, Boston, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and more.
Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson are teaming up for a massive U.S. tour in September. The “Twins of Evil” tour kicks off in Phoenix and combines rock, theatrics, revulsion, and delight, with all tour dates including sets by J Devil, Korn’s frontman Jonathan Davis’ alter-ego. The tour comes to Salt Lake City, Broomfield, Topeka, Lincoln, Mankato, Rosemont, Clarkston, Youngstown, Rochester, New York City, Boston, Atlanta, Houston, and more.
Noel Gallagher has been keeping busy since splitting with Oasis. His upcoming fall tour with Snow Patrol will be his fourth U.S. outing since 2009. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds travels to Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Saint Paul, Kansas City, Hammond, Nashville, Grand Prairie, Austin, Houston, and more.
Bob Dylan teamed up with Mark Knopfler, founder of Dire Straits, last year for an extremely successful tour that saw nearly every tour date sold out. Now they team up again for a North American tour starting in October. They come to Regina, Saskatoon, Edmonto, Calgary, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Berkely, Santa Barbara, San Diego, Los Angeles, Broomfield, and more.
Internationally renowned dog behavior expert, Cesar Millan, has announced a brand new seminar he’s bringing to Canada and parts of the U.S. The seminar “Trust Your Instincts” will share Cesar’s secrets on how to ‘tune into’ your dog’s instincts and energy, how to read their body language, to understand the triggers of what people label as “aggression” and recognize “true aggression” in your animal. The seminar comes to Victoria, Penticton, Kamloops, Dawson Creek, Edmonton, Calgary, Moose Jaw, Winnipeg, and many more.
It seems like one show wasn’t enough for Jay-Z to celebrate the inaugural opening of Brooklyn’s new Barclays Center so now he’s doing five nights. With three shows already announced, the other two shows were added this week. Jay-Z performs September 28th to October 6th.
Canadian singer/songwriter, Gordon Lightfoot, doesn’t let health scares or rumors of his death keep him from the road. The 73 year old, multi-platinum artist is back at it with a 2012 tour. The 2012 Songwriter Hall of Fame inductee brings his legendary folk-rock to New York City, Tarrytown, Charleston, Toledo, Rockford, Toronto, Paducah, and Newberry.
We just wrapped up this year’s MLB All Star Game and Home Run Derby, but that doesn’t mean you can get in on next year’s action as tickets for the 2013 MLB All Star Game and Home Run Derby are now available. Next year’s festivities are July 15-16 at Citi Field inFlushing, New York.
Bruce Springsteen has added more dates to his U.S. tour. The Boss had a show recently cut short as he was performing in London with Sir Paul McCarthy. Know for giving fan’s their money’s worth, Springsteen had played for over three hours. His new dates include Hamilton and University Park, but you can also catch him in Anaheim, Boston, Philadelphia, Foxborough, Toronto, Moncton, Vernon, Chicago, Washington, DC, East Rutherford, and New York City.
Brian Setzer and his orchestra is hitting the road to help spice up your holidays with his 2012 “Christmas Rocks! Extravaganza” tour. The guitarist and singer brings his brash brand of Rockabilly to Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Westbury, Red Bank, Easton, Atlantic City, Rockville, Nashville, Houston, and more.
Dayglow is back with the “2012 The E.N.D. – Electronic Never Dies” tour. The world’s largest paint party promises that this tour will be an even bigger extravaganza of unprecedented productions and never-seen-before live performances. The party comes to Tallahassee, Key West, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Estero, Rochester, Orlando, Athens, Conroe, Boston, REading, Lincoln, and many more.