Country superstar George Strait also announces his final farewell tour. Although he plans to continue recording, he bills “The Cowboy Rides Away Tour” as his last tour outing and notes that “this is going to be a very special, emotional tour.” Joining him on all dates is Martina Mcbride. For your final chance to experience his live show, catch him as he comes to Lubbock, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, Nampa, Sacramento, Fresno, Saint Paul, Buffalo, Hartford, Knoxville, Lexington, Houston, Greenville, Greensboro, Albuquerque, Las Cruces, North Little Rock, New Orleans, and San Antonio.
Miguel Cotto and Austin Trout are set to square off at Madison Square Garden for the WBA Super Welterweight Championship of The World. Cotto passed on a rematch with Manny Pacquiao in order to face undefeated and world champion Trout for this world title clash. Cotto is a future hall of famer with a 37-3 record including 30 KO’s, while 27-year-old Austin “No Doubt” Trout is 25-0 with 14 KO’s. Catch this world championship boxing action December 1st.
Although British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran is currently on the road on on VH1’s “You Oughta Know” tour, that hasn’t stopped him from making plans to return to North America for more headlining dates. Sheeran is touring in support of his best-selling album “+,” which has the hit single, “The A Team,” and has announced U.S. dates for 2013. The tour will bring him to some of America’s most famous venues with stops in Dallas, Houston, Austin, Nashville, Detroit, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, New York City, Louisville, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Broomfield, Magna, Los Angeles, San Diego, Tempe, and Tucson.
Swedish House Mafia announced the final leg of what’s to be their final tour. Their “One Last Tour” is the DJ/producer duo’s most extensive tour ever and the final goodbye for the prolific electronic supergroup. The tour kicks off in November and will coincide with the release of their second compilation album “Until Now.” They come to San Francisco, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, New York City, Brooklyn, and Los Angeles with more dates to be announced.
Sarah Brightman is returning to North America for her first U.S. and Canadian tour since 2008. The early 2013 dates mark the first leg of her “Dreamchaser” World Tour. Sarah also has a revamped website where she is offering a free download of her single “Angel” from her upcoming album “Dreamchaser” due out January 22nd. See Sarah when she comes to Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, New York City, Buffalo, Hartford, Bethelhem, Providence, Upper Darby, Atlanta, Sunrise, Tampa, Orlando, Houston, Austin, Grand Prairie, Tulsa, Detroit, Akron, San Jose, and many more.
Rick Ross with label mates Wale, Rozay, and Meek Mills are embarking on The MMG Tour November 2nd. Machine Gun Kellyjoins them as the opening act, as the rap superstars come to Columbus, Lexington, University Park, Champaign, New Orleans, Houston, Arlington, Austin, Columbia, Charlottesville, Providence, Baltimore, Fairfax, Nashville, Cleveland, Oklahoma City, and more.
Bruce Springsteen is among several stars performing at the sixth annual Stand Up for Heroes Benefit that supports the Bob Woodruff Foundation and aids injured service members, veterans, and their families. The concert, taking place November 8th at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, will also feature performances by Robin Williams, Ricky Gervais, Jon Stewart, and more. The benefit is part of the ninth annual New York Comedy Festival.
The iconic Harlem Globetrotters have signed five exceptional new players as they gear up for their 2013 “Your Write the Rules” World Tour. The rookie class includes one of the top competitors from the2012 College Slam Dunk Championship and two outstanding female players. The 2013 season tips off October 7th in Brooklyn as the play the Barclays Center for the first time ever. The Globetrotters bring their unique brad of family entertainment to 270 games in nearly 240 cities across 45 states and nine Canadian provinces. See them live as they come to Pittsburgh, Auburn Hills, Toledo, Madison, Columbus, Rosemont, Peoria, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Dubuque, Richmond, Moline, Rockford, Nashville, Bowling Green, Fresno, Lexington, San Jose, and many more.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience,
Disney On Ice: Dare to Dream,
Disney On Ice: Treasure Trove,
Disney On Ice: Worlds of Fantasy,
Zappa Plays Zappa,
Trailer Park Boys, and
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