Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Rush have announced a second leg for their “Clockwork Angels Tour.” The Canadian power trio have booked more shows for the U.S. and Canada for June through August. The tour kicks off in Austin late April and comes to Hershey, Wantagh, Saratoga Springs, Tinley Park, Grand Rapids, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Hamilton, Halifax, Calgary, Vancouver, Ridgefield, Salt Lake City, Denver, Kansas City, Nashville, Orlando, and more.
Dave Matthews Band is striking out on the road again with a tour kicking off in May. The acclaimed band will play amphitheaters across the country but this time they will be playing multiple nights in several venues, including Saratoga Springs, Hartford, Mansfield, Noblesville, Wantagh, West Palm Beach, and more. The band is already scheduled to play the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival April 27th, yet the official tour-start is May 17th in The Woodlands, Texas. The tour also comes to Birmingham, Southaven, Dallas, Austin, Toronto, Scranton, Burgettstown, Cuyahoga Falls, Holmdel, Camden, Bethel, Darien Center, Maryland Heights, Cincinnati, and more.
Bruno Mars is bringing ‘Moonshine’ to a venue near you with his “The Moonshine Jungle World Tour.” Touring in support of his latest album “Unorthodox Jukebox” which was released last December and rocketed up the charts due in part to his latest hit single, “When I Was Your Man,” he will be joined on the road by special guests Ellie Goulding and Fitz And The Tantrums on select dates. ‘Moonshine’ comes to Wasington, DC, Philadelphia, Boston, Uncasville, Brooklyn, Newark, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Montreal, Columbus, Auburn Hills, Chicago, Saint Paul, Calgary, and more.
Showtime presents Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Robert Guerrero. AfterManny Pacquiao was taken out of the conversation, no one doubted that Robert Guerrero would be the one to face Mayweather on his return to the ring. Guerreo is coming off a big win over Andre Bertoand his wife had a successful battle with cancer that enhanced his backstory. Guerrero is a dangerous opponent for Floyd and ranks as one of the most dangerous opponents Mayweather could face. Mayweather will put his undefeated record on the line, May 4th, at theMGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, in what looks to set up an epic 2013 boxing season.
Although San Diego Comic Con isn’t until late July, already the demand for the event, which some refer to as the “Super Bowl of Pop Culture” is already at a fever-pitch. What started as a gathering for comic book, movie, and science fiction fans, has turned into a grand cultural event with attendance in recent years topping 130,000. Not even slightly higher ticket prices have curbed the overwhelming demand, leaving some to wonder what’s the best way to accommodate the event in the future. The 2013 San Diego Comic Con is a four day event coming to the San Diego Convention Center in San DiegoJuly 18th to the 21st.
The Postal Service has reunited for their first tour since 2003 with a lineup that includes Death Cab For Cutie’s Ben Gibbard, Rilo Kiley’sJenny Lewis, Laura Burhenn of Mynabirds and Bright Eyes, andJimmy Tamborello. The band embarks on a global tour, taking them across the U.S. to Spain, France, and the UK. Just like their namesake, their work schedule covers every day of the week except Sunday. See them as they come to Reno, Davis, San Luis Obispo, Indio, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Boise, Magna, Morrison, Grand Prairie, Orlando, Atlanta, Raleigh, Columbus, Detroit, Toronto, and more.
NBC’s “30 Rock” may be over, but that doesn’t mean the end of road for funny man Tracy Morgan. In fact he’s taking to the road in a cross-country comedy tour starting early March. See Tracy live and in-person on his “Excuse My French” tour where you get to experience the raw side of the acclaimed comedian and actor, in contrast to his television persona. The tour comes to Wichita, Lincoln, Des Moines, Iowa City, Burnsville, Rochester, Bismarck, Billings, Spokane, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Chicago, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Englewood, New York City, and more.
Jillian Michaels announces her “Maximize Your Life” tour for the U.S. and Canada. Hitting 35 cities starting in April, the show promises an evening of inspiration and motivation as the health and wellness guru shows you how to harness your potential and live an exceptional life with her keys to health, success, and happiness. The tour comes to Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Seattle, San Jose, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Jacksonville, Miami, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Raleigh, Newport News, Westbury, Worcester, Lowell, Hartford, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Milwaukee, and more.
Hip-hop star Meek Mill is setting out on his second headlining tour. Supporting his latest release, “Dreams And Nightmares,” the tour kicks off in April and will include surprise performances by artists signed to his Dream Chasers label. The tour comes to Concord, Edmonton, Calgary, Clearwater, Boston, Upper Darby, Silver Spring, New York City, Cincinnati, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, West Hollywood, Santa Ana, and San Francisco.
Grammy-nominated artist Keyshia Cole is embarking on an 18-city tour in support of her “Woman to Woman” album. The R&B songstress has been busy not only with music but she also has a reality series “Keyshia & Daniel: First Family” which she stars in along with her husband Daniel Gibson on BET. Along with an appearance at this year’s Essence Music Festival in New Orleans, Keyshia also performs in Westbury, Norfolk, Washington, DC, Boston, New York City, Wallingford, Atlantic City, Upper Darby, Detroit, Cleveland, Merrillville, Indianapolis, Grand Prairie, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Diego, and Oakland.
Vancouver, Canada, will play host to the inaugural Times Of India Film Awards. Bollywood’s most glamorous stars will be in attendance for the event which will feature awards based on global fan voting for their favorite stars across 14 categories. The award ceremony comes to BC Place Stadium in Vancouver, April 6th.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Steve Martin & the Steep Canyon Rangers,
Iron & Wine,
Arrival – The Music Of ABBA,
1964 The Tribute,
Three Days Grace,
The Dirty Heads,
Gov’t Mule & The Revivalists,
Hollywood Undead, and