Eagles, Pink, DMB, Heart, UFC, Matchbox 20, NCAA March Madness & More

In celebration of their Showtime documentary, The Eagles launch the “History Of The Eagles” tour. Even if you are not a Showtime subscriber, a DVD/Blu-ray package will be released April 30th that includes the “History Of The Eagles’ documentary along with “Eagles Live At The Capital Center – March 27.” The tour brings the super-group to Las Vegas, Louisville, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Toronto, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Uncasville, Mansfield, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh, and Bethel. Buy These Tickets

Pink has had to book more than two dozen additional shows to her sold-out “The Truth About Love Tour.” Named after her sixth full-length studio album, the tour has been earning rave reviews from the Washington Postto the Los Angeles Times. The new leg of her tour begins October 10th and comes to Oakland, Los Angeles, San Jose, Salt Lake City, Denver, Seattle, Vancouver, Fargo, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Chicago, Auburn Hills, Des Moines, Lincoln, St. Louis, Kansas City, San Antonio, Dallas, North Little Rock, and more. Buy These Tickets

Matchbox Twenty & Goo Goo Dolls are teaming up to add to an already excellent summer concert season. The co-headlining venture, that hits mostly amphitheatres, has Matchbox Twenty supporting their 2012 album, “North,” while Goo Goo Dolls is supporting their upcoming release “Magnetic.” The tour comes to Lake Charles, Baton Rouge, Austin, Albuquerque, Las Vegas, Indio, Manchester, Saratoga Springs, Toronto, Burgettstown, Cincinnati, Highland Park, Clarkston, Noblesville, Maryland Heights, Moline, Kansas City, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Dave Matthews Band is also adding new dates to their upcoming tour. Spending multiple nights at several venues along the way, the tour is also making a stop at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. The tour officially kicks off May 17th and comes to Mountain View, Irvine, Chula Vista, Stateline, Quincy, Salt Lake City, Commerce City, Bristow, Virginia Beach, Charlotte, Orange Beach, West Palm Beach, Tampa, and more.Buy These Tickets

Radiohead frontman, Thom Yorke has announced his side project, Atoms for Peace, will be back in the states for a brief summer tour with the entire band. The band which consists of Thom, Red Hot Chili Peppers bassistFlea, drummer Joey Waronker, and percussionist Maruo Refosco, is touring in support of its debut LP, “Amok.” The band comes to Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Fairfax, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara.Buy These Tickets

Sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson reveal that Heart will be joining Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience for the “Heartbreaker Tour.” The spirit of Led Zeppelin will be evident on the tour as both bands will close each night with a special thirty-minute tribute to the band. Beginning in June, the tour comes to West Palm Beach, Tampa, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, Virginia Beach, Bristow, Wantagh, Mansfield, Bethel, Holmdel, Camden, Uncasville, Clarkston, Burgettstown, Cuyahoga Falls, Cincinnati, Highland Park, and more. Buy These Tickets

Barenaked Ladies grabs Ben Folds Five and Guster for their 2013 “Last Summer On Earth” tour. It’s the same name the group used for their 2012 outing, so maybe the they are poking a little fun at themselves or hoping their tour is what’s staving off disaster for one more year. Either way join the guys as they come to Grand Prairie, Morrison, Salt Lake City, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Saratoga, Boise, Auburn, Missoula, Fargo, Columbus, Cincinnati, Chicago, Toronto, Clarkston, Whites Creek, Columbia, and more. Buy These Tickets

Billy Idol, forever the rebel, prepares for a U.S. tour, defying his age at 57 years. The punk rocker and “White Wedding” singer was previously announced as a performer at Bonnaroo, and now has scheduled shows across the country, including one in Canada. Billy brings his rebel yell to Las Vegas, Saratoga, Port Chester, Mashantucket, Hampton, NH, Lewiston, Orillia, Atlantic City, Saint Augustine, Manchester, Vienna, Cherokee, Elizabeth, IN, Concho, and Catoosa. Buy These Tickets

LL Cool J has a new album, “Authentic” in the works and has decided to hit the road for the “Kings of the Mic” tour. Joining him will be fellow music legends and rap icons Ice Cube and Public Enemy, along with De La Soul and DJ Z-Trip. The tour swings through Tucson, Las Vegas, Mountain View, Santa Barbara, Minneapolis, Council Bluffs, Saint Louis, Atlanta, Saint Petersburg, Saint Augustine, Baltimore, Simpsonville, Portsmouth, Durham, Newark, Boston, New York City, Canandaigua, Mount Pleasant, and more. Buy These Tickets

Jim Gaffigan is back out on the road with his 2013 “White Bread Tour.” The veteran comedian joins opener Tom Shillue on a tear throughout the country. Experience his absurd flavor of comedy as he comes to Atlanta City, Reading, Akron, Rochester, Green Bay, Duluth, Bismarck, Billings, Missoula, Boise, Seattle, Eugene, Friant, Sacramento, Saratoga, Anaheim, Las Vegas, Scottsdale, and more. Buy These Tickets

NCAA March Madness Basketball is underway with top collegiate teams vying for their spot in the Final Four. Match-ups include Memphis against Michigan St.Duke vs. Albany,Creighton vs. Cincinnati and more. It all culminates to the Final Four which comes to Atlantain April. Buy These Tickets

The CONCACAF Gold Cup is soccer’s main competition of national football teams that occurs every two years. This year’s Gold Cup tournament kicks off in July and ends with the final being held at Soldier Field Stadium in Chicago July 28th. Teams competing include Canada, Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, United States, Cuba, Costa Rica, and more, with games being held in Pasadena, Harrison, Portland, Seattle, Miami Gardens, Sandy, UT, Denver, Houston, East Hartford, Atlanta, Baltimore, and Arlington. Buy These Tickets

UFC Update:

UFC 162: Anderson Silva vs. Chris Weidman is coming to the MGM Grand Garden Arena inLas Vegas July 6th. It features the return of legendary UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva as he looks for a record 11th straight title defense against number one contender Chris Weidman. Silva is arguably the greatest fighter in MMA history with 17 consecutive wins and 16 straight UFC victories. Buy These Tickets

UFC 164 is headed to Milwaukee for Harley Davidson hometown throwdown. The event will commemorate a new long-term deal the UFC has signed with the motorcycle giant that continues a long-running partnership. The event comes to BMO Harris Bradley Center August 31st, with the card to be announced. Buy These Tickets

Alistair Overeem is out of UFC 160: Cain Velasquez vs. Antonio Silva due to injury which opens the way for “Super Samoan” Mark Hunt to replace him against Junior Dos Santos. Of course the main event is the heavyweight title bout between champion Cain Velasquez andAntonio “Bigfoot” Silva. An interesting sidenote, if both Silva and Dos Santos both prevail, then the good friends and training partners will have to face each other for the championship belt. The action comes to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas May 25th. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
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Lamb of God,
Peter Frampton,
Todd Rundgren,
Los Angeles Philharmonic,
Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros,
Dropkick Murphys, and
Toby Keith.

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Bocelli, Depeche Mode, Canelo Alvarez, Oprah, Bob Dylan, UFC & More

The incredible Grammy and Oscar nominated vocalist Andrea Bocellireturns to the U.S. with a national tour. The Italian tenor, who has sold over seventy million albums worldwide, is currently promoting his latest release “Passione.” Andrea brings his prodigious vocal prowess and passionate and powerful performances to Denver, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Newark, Albany, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Brooklyn, Washington, DC, Tampa, and Atlanta. Buy These Tickets

Depeche Mode returns with a North American tour, announcing summer plans for the U.S. and Canada. Mostly an amphitheatre tour, the band will take it indoors when they play two shows at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. The tour kicks off August 22nd and comes to Clarkston, Tinley Park, Saint Paul, Toronto, Montreal, Brooklyn, Wantagh, Bristow, Atlanta, Tampa, Sunrise, Spring, Dallas, Chula Vista, Santa Barbara, Mountain View, and Phoenix. Buy These Tickets

Canelo Alvarez vs Austin Trout is coming to the Alamodome in San AntonioTexas. April 20th. Saul “”Canelo”” Alvarez backed off the May 4th Mayweather Jr. undercard after Mayweather refused to sign a contract naming Saul as his next fight. Now Saul faces a rugged test against Austin Trout, a disciplined, defensive, unbeaten fighter who is coming off a win against over former champion Miguel Cotto. Buy These Tickets

Phish announces plans for a summer tour. The band has already booked 24 dates throughout the U.S. along with their first show in Canada in nearly 13 years. They will revisit old stomping grounds as well as make stops at venues they have never played before. Their tour will be a mix of one-off shows in certian cities while others will enjoy two to three-night runs. The festivities kick off July 3rd, as they come to Bangor, Saratoga Springs, Toronto, Holmdel, Wantagh, Columbia, Alpharetta, Chicago, Quincy, Stateline, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Commerce City. Buy These Tickets

LA rock quartet Dawes are excited to announce their upcoming tour supporting the legendary Bob Dylan. The tour is packed with more than a dozen U.S. dates for April and May. The band will be supporting their forthcoming full-length album, “Stories Don’t End.” The tour comes to Buffalo, Amherst, Kingston, Lowell, Lewiston, Newark, California, PA, Ithaca, Richmond, VA, Bethlehem, Akron, Kalamazoo, Bowling Green, Saint Louis, and more. Buy These Tickets

For 20 years, the String Cheese Incident has been filling our ears with their Colorado-based funky jams. Now they’ve just announced their 2013 summer tour plans. It all kicks off June 21st, with the band making stops at Telluride Bluegrass FestivalElectric Forest, a “special one-of-a-kind Incident” in LouisvilleKY, along with a return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre in MorrisonCOBuy These Tickets

Although they are currently in the studio working on their 8th studio album, O.A.R. has released details for their 29-date “Sounds of Summer Tour.” Launching in June, the tour will be a mix of festival, club, and amphitheatre shows, along with a July 12th appearance with the Dave Matthews Band in CincinnatiOH. Catch all the Of A Revolution action as they come to Ludlow, Jackson, Waco, Tacome, Airway Heights, St. Catharines, Canada, Grand Forks, Minneapolis, Moline, Jacksonville, Toledo, Springfield, Glens Falls, East Rutherford, Washington, DC, and more. Buy These Tickets

Once again, Tom Petty is bringing his special brand of “Heartbreak” to the road as he announces more tour dates for 2013. Along with residencies on both coasts of the U.S., Tom will take a break from recording his upcoming album to squeeze in some light touring along with festival performances. Catch the music as he comes to Los Angeles, Manchester, Noblesville, London, Canada, Pittsburgh, Dover, Saratoga Springs, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis. Buy These Tickets

International superstar talk-show host and philanthropist, Oprah Winfrey continues her love affair with Canada as she adds Saskatoonto her list of dates for her “An Evening with Oprah Winfrey” tour. With shows already booked in Ottawa, Montreal, and Hamilton, this will be the latest stop as Oprah continues to spread her inspirational messages through her one-hour live talk as well as a Q & A session with a guest moderator. Speaking to a crowd of 16,000 in Vancouver in January, the superstar said that she remains dedicated to helping people improve their lives. Buy These Tickets

UFC 161: Renan Barao vs Eddie Wineland is coming to Canada as the MMA invades Winnipeg for the first time ever at the MTS Centreon June 15th. UFC bantamweight champion Renan Barao puts his belt on the line against Eddie Wineland but perhaps the most exciting fight of the night will be the bantamweight bout between fierce Edwin Figueroa and Winnipeg native and hometown favorite Roland Delorme. Other bouts include Rogerio “Lil Nog” Nogueira and Mauricio “Shogun” RuaDan “Hendo” Henderson against former UFC champion “Suga” Rashad Evans, a hard-hitting heavyweight bout between Shawn “The Savage” Jordan and Pat “HD” Barry, and more. Buy These Tickets

Richard Schaefer officially announces that Adrien Broner vs. Paulie Malignaggi is confirmed for June 22nd at the Barclays Center inBrooklynNYAdrien Broner is moving to welterweight for the bout which has drawn some criticism for not staying at lightweight, and for bypassing the exciting match ups in the 140-pound division. Regardless, the evening promises to be an exciting night of world championship boxing. Buy These Tickets

In other boxing action, Tyson Fury vs. Steve Cunningham is coming to Madison Square Garden. Undefeated heavyweight contender Tyson Fury (20-0, 14 KOs), is currently training in Canada before making his much anticipated U.S. debut, as he takes on two-time world champion Steve “USS” Cunningham (25-5, 13 KOs). Considered one of the best heavyweights in the world and ranked No. 9 by The Ring Magazine, Fury looks forward to what he says will be the toughest test of his career. The winner will earn a shot at the IBFNo. 1 ranked fighter, currently Kubrat Pulev, to become the mandatory challenger to current heavyweight king and future Hall of Famer, Wladimir KlitschkoBuy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Earth Wind & Fire,
Relient K,
Alambama Shakes,
Alice Cooper,
Limp Bizkit,
Sugar Ray Smash Mouth & Gin Blossoms,
Peter Frampton & B.B. King, and
Big Boi.

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Lynyrd Skynyrd & Bad Company

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Lynyrd Skynyrd & Bad Company have united for a 12-city co-headlining tour. “The 40 Tour,” which will also feature special guestBlack Stone Cherry, will show different sides of each band’s legacy with Bad Company hits like “Good Lovin’ Gone Bad” and Lynyrd Skynyrd staples like “Sweet Home Alabama.” Both bands can’t wait to for the tour’s start in June as they have been self-professed fans of each other since inception. Catch the guys as they come to Auburn, Ridgefield, Mountain View, Spring, Charlotte, Bristow, Camdem, Burgettstown, Noblesville, Clarkston, Cincinnati, Gilford, and Bethel.Buy These Tickets

Music director James Levine is returning from a two-year absence, due to a spinal injury, for the 2013 season of Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center. This will be the company’s first season without “Wagner” since 1919, and the Met will present six new-to-New York productions, which are the fewest since 2006. New productions include Borodin’s “Prince Igor,” Johann Strauss II’s “Die Fledermaus,” and Massanet’s “Werther.” There will aslo be new-to-the-Met productions of Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin,” Nico Muhly’s “Two Boys” and Verdi’s “Falstaff.” Buy These Tickets

Georgian rock band Widespread Panic is hitting the road from June through July with a 24-date tour. WSP proudly holds the record for sold out performances at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre and staying true to nature have included a four consecutive night run at the venue. Their summer fun officially kicks off with their headlining performance at Wakarusa Festival in Ozark and then they come to Saint Louis, Chicago, Minneapolis, Louisville, Live Oak, Columbia, SC, New Orleans, Whites Creek, Knoxville, Vienna, Raleigh, Lincoln, NE, Kansas City, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Bruno Mars has had to add even more shows to his “The Moonshine Jungle World Tour.” With a hit album, Ellie Goulding, and Fitz And The Tantrums in tow, the overwhelming demand has caused the soulful crooner to add on additional dates. See him as he comes Miami, Tampa, Orlando, Charlotte, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Saint Louis, Morrison, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, Sacramento, and more.Buy These Tickets

More dates have been announced as well for Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z’s “Legends Of Summer Tour.” Already anticipated to be one of the largest tours of the summer, Justin offers a little of what to expect when he performs on this week’s episode of Saturday Night Live as host and musical guest. This will be his first national tour since 2009 and runs from July to August. Catch the tour as it comes to Miami Gardens, Philadelphia Boston, Baltimore, Detroit, Hershey, Vancouver, Pasadena, San Francisco, Chicago, Bronx, and Toronto. Buy These Tickets

After a very successful world tour last year, Irish vocal super-groupCeltic Thunder are happy to announce plans for 2013. With an incredible 50+ date North American tour scheduled, the guys invite you to experience live the success of their 2011 album “Heritage,” along with the amazing blend of vocal skills from six male soloists with a live backing orchestra. The show comes to Abbotsford, Victoria, Penticton, Dawson Creek, Prince George, Edmonton, Fort Mcmurray, Calgary, Estevan Buffalo, Concord, Boston, Morristown, Wallingford, Atlantic City, Pittsburgh, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Ravinia Pavilion in Highland ParkIL, has announced the line up for their 2013 season. With shows from performers such as StingDarius RuckerJosh GrobanAnita BakerJewel and more, as well as a residency for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (CSO). The festival season kicks of June 6th through September 15th. Buy These Tickets

The 15th anniversary of Ultra Music Festival will be held over two weekends for the first time ever in Downtown Miami. Last year a record 165,000 people attended the massive electronic music event. The 2013 lineup has been announced which includes sets from David Guettadeadmau5, TiestoSwedish House MafiaPretty Lights,KaskadeSleigh BellsHot ChipSnoop Dogg, and many more. The action starts March 15th and carries on until the 24th. Buy These Tickets

Season 17 of The Ultimate Fighter is quickly taking shape as coaches Jon Jones pits his team against that of coach Chael Sonnen. And while the season is barely underway, the card for the live finale happening April 13th at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas is also quickly stacking up. With a headlining fight between flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson and John Moraga, the TUF 17 Finale will also see the promotion’s second ever women’s bantamweight fight as former Strikeforce champion Miesha Tate takes on Cat Zingano. Also added is a heavyweight bout between Gabriel Gonzaga and Travis Brown, with featherweight competition betweenCole Miller vs. Bart Palaszewski and Justin Lawrence vs. Daniel PinedaBuy These Tickets

Also in UFC action is UFC 160: Cain Velasquez vs Antonio Silva, which features a championship heavyweight fight between championCain Velasquez and challenger Antonio “Bigfoot” Silva. The co-main event between Junior dos Santos and Alistair Overeem had to be cancelled with Overeem suffered a quadricep tear in training. Regardless, the card is stacked with quality fights when the event comes to the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas May 25th.Buy These Tickets

It’s tennis history in the making with Davis Cup: Canada vs. Italy. For the first time ever, Team Canada, led by world No. 14 Milos Raonic, has made it to a Davis Cup quarter-finals, upsetting No.1 ranked Spain in the first round. Now they look to extend on their amazing run when they host Italy at the Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Sports Centre inVancouver April 5th to the 7th. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
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The Postal Service,
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Emblem3,
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Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody,
Big Boi,
Anthony Jeselnik,
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Anberlin,
New Found Glory,
Ryan Cabrera,
The Black Crowes,
Motley Crue, and
Train.

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Justin Timberlake, Jay-Z, Oprah Winfrey, Bruno Mars, Tom Petty & More

Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z team up for what looks to be one of the biggest tours of the summer. With 23 Grammys, 67 million albums sold and two Emmys between the two superstars, the “Legend Of Summer Tour” marks the first time Timberlake has hit the road since 2009 and will be Jay-Z’s first outing since his 2011 “Watch the Throne” tour. The 12-city stadium tour comes to Toronto, Bronx, Chicago, San Francisco, Pasadena, Vancouver, Hershey, Detroit, Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, and Miami Gardens. Buy These Tickets

Oprah Winfrey is set to return to Canada, sharing more inspirational stories and insights from her celebrated career. The show, titled “An Evening with Oprah Winfrey,” features the media maven who served as host of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” for 25 years and is the current boss of the Oprah Winfrey Network as she illustrates ways attendees can maximize their full potential. See her as she comes to Ottawa, Montreal, and Hamilton. Buy These Tickets

Bruno Mars announces more dates for his “The Moonshine Jungle World Tour” as his latest album “Unorthodox Jukebox” continues to shoot up the charts. Joined on various dates by Ellie Goulding andFitz And The Tantrums, the tour kicks off early March and comes to Miami, Tampa, Atlanta, Charlotte, Indianapolis, Louisville, Nashville, Houston, Austin, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Morrison, Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and more. Buy These Tickets

Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers is treating fans to multiple night residencies in New York City and Los Angeles along with several other gigs across the country. Although you’ll have to wait until next year for a new album, the guys are taking a break from the studio to hit the road, including several festival appearances which includeBonarooHangoutFirefly, and Summerfest. Other dates include Evansville, Manchester, TN, Noblesville, London, Canada, Pittsburgh, Dover, Saratoga Springs, Milwaukee, and Minneapolis. Buy These Tickets

Bob Dylan has chose April for his return to the road. He has over a dozen U.S. headlining gigs in April alone, and will be joined on the road by Dawes. Dawes is experiencing an amazing year themselves with the release of their latest album “Stories Don’t End” out April 9th, several appearances at this year’s SXSW, and an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in May. Catch the tour as it comes to Buffalo, Amherst, Kingston, Lowell, Lewiston, Newark, California, PA, Ithaca, Richmond, Bethlehem, Akron, Kalamazoo, and Bowling Green.Buy These Tickets

Davis Cup: United States vs. Serbia is coming to the Taco Bell Arena in Boise, ID, the weekend of April 5th. For tennis fans, thisDavis Cup World Group quarter final tie will likely feature world no. 1Novak Djokovic as he leads the Serbs against the American team, which looks to feature Sam QuerreyJohn Isner, and top world-ranked doubles pair Mike and Bob Bryan. Don’t miss this opportunity to see world-class tennis. Buy These Tickets

David Byrne & St. Vincent have booked more tour dates in support of their recent collaborative album. The former Talking Head and ex-member of The Polyphonic Spree are playing shows along the U.S. in June and July along with a 10-piece band. Their collaborative effort, “Love This Giant,” was recorded over two years and released last September. The tour comes Oakland, Saratoga, Woodinville, Eugene, Salt Lake City, Telluride, Littleton, Kansas City, Cincinnati, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Highland Park, Louisville, Greensburg, Port Chester, Red Bank, New Bedford, Rochester, and more. Buy These Tickets

Soundgarden is back and Chris Cornell and the gang have announced the second leg of their U.S. tour starting in May. Touring in support of their sixth studio album, last year’s “King Animal,” the second leg of the tour also includes stops at Carolina Rebellion andRock On The Range. Catch the band as they come to Atlantic City, Altanta, Louisville, Noblesville, Pittsburgh, West Long Branch, Worcester, Wallingford, Camden, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Houston, Austin, Dallas, and Broomfield. Buy These Tickets

After Motley Crue wraps up their co-headlining Australian tour withKiss, the “saints of Los Angeles” will head north for their biggest Canadian tour ever. Announcing this as their only Canadian venture for 2013, the band will be joined on their 18-city journey by Big Wreck. The tour comes to Penticton, Victoria, Abbotsford, Prince George, Dawson Creek, Edmonton, Calgary, Lethbridge, Saskatoon, Moose Jaw, Estevan, Brandon, Winnipeg, Sudbury, Hamilton, Oshawa, Montreal, Ottawa, and more. Buy These Tickets

Due to overwhelming demand, Imagine Dragons has added 13 more dates to their North American tour. The Las Vegas-based indie rock band’s first full-length album, “Night Visions,” debuted at No. 2 on theNielsen SoundScan Chart, selling over 83,000 copies. They will be joined on select dates by Los Angeles indie rockers Nico Vega. The tour comes to Indianapolis, Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, Saint Louis, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, Portland, San Francisco, San Diego, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, Denver, Charlotte, Raleigh, Boca Raton, and more. Buy These Tickets

Primus announces the spring leg of their 3D tour. Primus began talking about the 3D-enhanced aspects of their tour last year, describing the outing as a “one-of-a-kind psychedelic” experience with Quad Surround Sound. While the fall leg of the tour stayed pretty much east of The Rockies, the new leg visits markets missed before including the West Coast and Canada. The band comes to New Orleans, Eureka, Garden City, Missoula, Billings, Colorado Springs, Santa Fe, Tucson, Pomona, Ventura, Bakersfield, Eugene, Portland, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Saint Paul, Chicago, and Toronto. Buy These Tickets

Morrissey has announced rescheduled dates and a few new ones as well. Personal health issues and family matters caused Moz to cancel many dates from his previous tour. Now he has new dates for the cities he missed along with new stops in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Richmond. Kristeen Young joins him on tour and Patti Smith performs on the bill March 1st. Join him as he comes to Davis, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Lawrence, Lincoln, Minneapolis, Boston, Chicago, Clear Lake, Nashville, Atlanta, Asheville, Upper Darby, Indianapolis, Beaumont, Pharr, Dallas, Austin, and more. Buy These Tickets

FC Barcelona and Argentina national team soccer star Lionel Messi is coming together with 35 of the world’s top soccer players for Messi & Friends vs. The World XI. The exhibition game which benefits the Lionel Messi Foundation is part of a series of games that will also come to Peru, Colombia, and Los Angeles this summer. Don’t miss your chance to see soccer legends in action as they come to Soldier Field Stadium in ChicagoJuly 6th. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Kevin James,
Green Day,
Josh Groban,
Jason Aldean,
Darius Rucker,
Ian Anderson,
Anthony Hamilton,
Katey Sagal,
Alkaline Trio,
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Dalai Lama.

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One Direction
Jason Aldean
NCAA Womens Basketball Final Four
Justin Bieber
Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z
Sting
Beauty And The Beast
PBR Professional Bull Riders
Romeo Santos
The Price Is Right
Fleetwood Mac
Damian Marley & Stephen Marley
Cirque du Soleil
The Book Of Mormon
Oprah Winfrey
Bob Seger
Bon Jovi
San Diego Padres
New York Yankees
Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo
Alicia Keys & Miguel
Eric Clapton & The Wallflowers
Three Days Grace, Shinedown & P.O.D.
Beyonce
Jimmy Buffett
Wicked
New York Knicks
New Kids On The Block, 98 Degrees & Boyz II Men
Jersey Boys
Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey Circus
Pink
George Strait & Martina McBride
Rihanna & ASAP Rocky
Fitz and The Tantrums
Lion King
Elton John
Miami Heat
Toronto Maple Leafs
Eric Church
Dave Matthews Band
Boston Bruins
Maroon 5, Neon Trees & Owl City