Black Sabbath, McCartney, NBA, NHL, Dylan, Robert Plant, Wiz Khalifa & More

Paul McCartney adds Canada dates for his “Out There” tour. His ever-growing 2013 venture now brings him to Ontario, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. He also comes to Orlando, Austin, Memphis, Tulsa, Brooklyn, Manchester, Ottawa, Boston, Washington, DC, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Seattle, San Francisco, Winnipeg and Regina. Buy These Tickets

Black Sabbath have confirmed a full 20-city North American tour after previously only releasing a handful of dates. Ozzy, Tony and Geezer are set for the group’s first full-fledged tour since 2005. At 64, Ozzy shows no signs of slowing down as “the founding fathers of heavy metal” come to Spring, TX, Austin, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Bristow, Holmdel, Clarkston, Uncasville, Philadelphia, Mansfield, Toronto, Tinley Park, Noblesville, Vancouver, Quincy, Mountain View, Irvine, Phoenix, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

The NBA playoffs are in full swing and here’s an overview of the playoff picture. The Miami Heat take a 3-1 lead over Milwaukee, while the Oklahoma City Thunder hold a 2-1 lead over the Houston Rockets. The Knicks lead their series 3-1 over Boston, the San Antonio Spurs are up 2-1 over the Los Angeles Lakers, while theDenver Nuggets lead the Golden State Warriors 3-1. Catch all NBA playoff action as it leads to the finals starting in June. Buy These Tickets

First round of the NHL playoffs could prove to be a dream slate of match-ups for the 2013 playoffs. With the Pittsburgh Penguins andWashington Capitols the only teams guaranteed a spot in the postseason with their current seeding, the Boston Bruins andMontreal Canadiens are still battling for Northeast Division title, while the New York Rangers, the Ottawa Senators and the Winnipeg Jets fight for the final two playoff berths. Playoff actions kicks offApril 30th, with games coming to San Jose, Chicago, Uniondale, Saint Paul, Columbus, Vancouver, Winnipeg, Toronto, Saint Louis, Washington, DC, Montreal, Ottawa, Anaheim, Detroit, Boston, Dallas, Pittsburgh and more. Buy These Tickets

After wrapping up his current tour with DawesBob Dylan will close out the year with the “AmericanaramA Festival of Music” tour. Performing with Wilco and My Morning Jacket, the legendary artist will also be joined on select dates by Bob Weir (solo acoustic), Ryan Bingham and more. The tour kicks off late June and comes to West Palm Beach, Tampa, Atlanta, Nashville, Memphis, Noblesville, Cincinnati, Saint Paul, Charleston, Bridgeview, Clarkston, Toronto, Darien Center, Bridgeport, Mansfield, Saratoga Springs, Columbia, MD, and more. Buy These Tickets

Legendary rock god, Robert Plant, comes to festivals, theaters and amphitheaters everywhere for a June and July tour outing. The tour will feature Plant backed by an incredible band of artists, including guitaristJustin Adams, keyboardist John Baggott, percussionist Juldeh CamaraBilly Fuller on bass, and Dave Smith on drums. Called, “Robert Plant Presents The Sensational Space Shifters,” the tour looks to celebrate his 40 year plus musical career. The tour comes to Dallas, Houston, Austin, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Berkeley, Medford, Quincy, Morrison, Memphis, New Orleans, Alpharetta, Cary, Vienna, Uncasville, Boston and Brooklyn. Buy These Tickets

Walter Becker and Donald Fagen are taking to the road again asSteely Dan embarks on their “Mood Swings 2013: 8 Miles To Pancake Day” tour. Joining them will be the backup vocal trio known as The Borderline Brats, and the same backing band as their last outing which came to be known as “The Bipolar Allstars” and include Keith Carlock on drums, Freddie Washington on bass, Jim Beard on keyboards, and Jon Herington on guitar. The tour begins in July on the East Coast and comes to Atlantic City, Canandaigua, Toronto, Cleveland, Kettering, Louisville, Detroit, Milwaukee, Fort Wayne, Highland Park, Indianapolis, Saint Louis, Morrison, Omaha, Boise, Redmond, San Francisco, Reno, Santa Barbara, San Diego, Las Vegas, Austin, Los Angeles, Kansas City and many more. Buy These Tickets

Counting Crows and The Wallflowers have united for a 21-date summer tour starting in June. The bands know each other well as Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz performed on The Wallflower’s 1996 record “6th Avenue Heartache.” You can catch the tour as it comes to Selden, Big Flats, Boston, Hampton, Mashantucket, Red Bank, Vienna, New York City, Atlantic City, Verona, NY, Rochester, Chicago, Saint Paul, Winnipeg, Woodinville, Livermore, San Francisco, Las Vegas and Costa Mesa. Buy These Tickets

Sublime with Rome announces their North America summer tour plans. The tour kicks off in July and runs until August, with support for most shows by veteran punk rockers Pennywise. A few dates will feature support from Descendents and Iration and they will also share some stops on 311’s annual “Unity Tour” with Cypress Hill and G. Love and Special Sauce. The tour comes to Toronto, Boston, Cincinnati, Asbury Park, Wantagh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Portsmouth, Saint Augustine, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Dallas, Mesa, San Francisco, Redmond, Casper, Morrison and Las Vegas.Buy These Tickets

The Allman Brothers Band is adding variety to their summer tour, giving their fans the option of seeing them perform “evening with” shows with Steve Winwood or a four night leg of shows with Grace Potter and the Nocturnals. You can also catch ABB as they perform at the second annual Peach Music Festival in Scranton, PA. The tour also comes to Chicago, Darien Center, Hartford, Gilford, Saratoga Springs, Raleigh, Charlotte, Alpharetta, Virginia Beach, Mansfield and Wantagh.Buy These Tickets

Wiz Khalifa is taking his summer hip hop tour for another go-around. His “Under The Influence” tour has just announced its summer itinerary with A$AP Rocky and special guests B.o.B.Trinidad Jame$Joey Bada$$ & Pro Era and Berner. The tour comes to Fresno, Bakersfield, Gulfport, Mountain View, Irvine, Chula Vista, Albuquerque, Englewood, Austin, Spring, Dallas, Tinley Park, Clarkston, Bristow, Holmdel, Burgettstown, Noblesville, Wantagh, Mansfield, Hartford, Montreal and more. Buy These Tickets

If you were waiting for most anticipated comedy tour of the year, wait no longer as Brian Regan has embarked on his 2013 tour. The comedian, known for his trademarked facial expressions, physical comedy, and “clean” jokes that the whole family can experience, has toured more that 80 cities each year since 2005. Once again 2013 sees him undertake a prolific tour schedule as he comes to Columbus, Rockford, South Bend, Waterbury, Englewood, Red Bank, Bethlehem, Honolulu, Kahului, Newport, Hyannis, Cohasset, Puablo, Morrison, Fort Collins, Saratoga, Vancouver, Tacoma, Eugene, Sacramento and many more. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Herbie Hancock,
Guns N’ Roses,
The Postal Service,
The Killers,
Anberlin,
Celine Dion,
Face To Face,
Darren Criss,
Rancid,
Portugal The Man, and
The Legend Of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses.

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Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
Theresa Caputo
WWE
Paul McCartney
New Order
Steely Dan
Spain Soccer
Black Sabbath
Jerry Seinfeld
Depeche Mode
Haiti Soccer
Pink
Exhibition: Chelsea FC vs Manchester City
Dana Carvey, Dennis Miller & Kevin Nealon
The Price Is Right
Little Big Town
Mexico Soccer
Bruno Mars & Ellie Goulding
ZZ Top
Russell Peters
The Rolling Stones
The Book Of Mormon
Luke Bryan, Thompson Square & Florida Georgia Line
Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran
Selena Gomez
Wicked
Honda Civic Tour: Maroon 5, Kelly Clarkson & Rozzi Crane
Fleetwood Mac
Kid Rock & Uncle Kracker
One Direction
Green Bay Packers
Zac Brown Band
The Eagles
Justin Bieber
Mumford And Sons
Boston Red Sox
Motown The Musical
Dallas Cowboys
George Strait, Martina McBride & Miranda Lambert
Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Eli Young Band & Kacey Musgraves
Beyonce
John Mayer & Phillip Phillips
New York Yankees
Jason Aldean, Jake Owen & Thomas Rhett
San Francisco Giants
Dave Matthews Band
Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z
Floyd Mayweather Jr vs Robert Guerrero
Jersey Boys

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Additional dates have been released for the Rolling Stones and their “50 And Counting” tour. With shows selling out in minutes, the iconic rockers have added more dates to keep up with demand. Catch the tour as it comes to Philadelphia, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Las Vegas, San Jose and Oakland. Buy These Tickets

Paul McCartney has been announcing tour dates at a steady pace and now more dates are available, including a stop in Brooklyn. Along with his U.S. routing, Sir Paul will also make an appearance at this year’s Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival with Red Hot Chili PeppersNine Inch NailsPhoenixVampire Weekend and more. See McCartney on tour as he comes to San Francisco, Quebec, Seattle, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Washington, DC, Boston, Manchester, TN, Tulsa, Memphis, Austin, Orlando, Detroit and San Antonio. Buy These Tickets

As the NBA Playoffs kick off, several exciting first-round match ups are looking to shape the tone for entire playoff series. The Los Angeles Lakers barely secured a playoff spot but now face the San Antonio Spurs. Other first round series include Oklahoma City Thunder again the Houston Rockets, the Denver Nuggets against the Golden State Warriors, the Los Angeles Clippers vs. theMemphis Grizzlies. along with the Brooklyn Nets against theChicago Bulls and more. Buy These Tickets

Selena Gomez is embarking on a 56-city world tour. Her latest single “Come & Get It” debuted this week and she’s scheduled to appear on “Ellen”, “Dancing With The Stars,” and “The Late Show With David Letterman.” Selena Gomez & The Scene comes to Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Fairfax, Pittsburgh, Boston, Buffalo, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Uncasville, Newark, Hershey, Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta, Charlotte, Sunrise, Tampa, San Antonio, Houston, Dallas and more. Buy These Tickets

With the acclaimed musical partnership of Donald Fagen and Walter BeckerSteely Dan takes to the road once again for the “Mood Swings 2013: 8 Miles To Pancake Day” tour. Backing them up will be “The Bipolar Allstars,” featuring Keith Carlock on drums, Jim Beard on keyboards, Jon Herington on guitar, and Freddie Washington on bass. The tour comes to Atlantic City, Canandaigua, Toronto, Cleveland, Kettering, Louisville, Detroit, Milwaukee, Fort Wayne, Highland Park, Indianapolis, Saint Louis, Omaha, Morrison, Salt Lake City, Boise, Troutdale, Redmond, San Francisco, Reno, Santa Barbara and more.Buy These Tickets

American Idol Live takes to the road this June with a major arena tour that features the finalists of this year’s competition. Each night will feature performances by the program’s ten finalists, including Amber HolcombAngie MillerBurnell TaylorCandice Glover and Paul Jolley. Although this year’s winner won’t be announced until May 6th, the tour dates have been revealed as the show comes to Kansas City, Minneapolis, Detroit, Rosemont, Tulsa, Broomfield, Las Vegas, Ontario, Oakland, Kent, Portland, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Grand Prairie, Houston, New Orleans, Orlando, Miami, Duluth, Fairfax and more. Buy These Tickets

Furthur featuring Phil Lesh and Bob Weir have announced their 2013 touring plans. With a stop at the 17th annual All Good Music Festival & Campout in Ohio, which includes performances by Pretty Lights,STS9Primus and Grace Potter And The Nocturnals, Furthur also comes to Port Chester, Atlantic City, Napa, Brooklyn, Holmdel, Cooperstown, Gifford, Boston, Canadaigua, Morrison, Redmond, Eugene, Berkeley, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

Black Sabbath announces U.S. dates for their North American tour. With three stops in the U.S. and one in Canada, this will be the first outing the band has undertook for North America since 2005. The tour coincides with their first album with Ozzy Osbourne since 1978. The band comes to Holmdel, Toronto, Quincy, and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

Nickelodeon’s The Fresh Beat Band kicks off a nationwide tour this fall. The preschool music group and stars of the hit TV show of the same name are giving fans one more chance to see them live as they hit the road again for 60 performances across the U.S. Their 2012 was one of last year’s most successful tours, and now they are back by popular demand. The tour comes to San Antonio, Austin, Spring, Grand Prairie, Kansas City, Appleton, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Chicago, Detroit, Lowell, Fairfax, New York City, West Long Branch, Hershey, Westbury, Camden, Wallingford and more. Buy These Tickets

Internationally acclaimed Mexican acoustic rock guitar duo Rodrigo Y Gabriela have released dates for their 2013 tour. The Mexican musical group brings their unique blend of metal, jazz and world music to audiences all across the U.S. With career sales of over 1.2 million album, they bring their exhilarating live shows to Troutdale, San Francisco, Saratoga, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, and Morrison.Buy These Tickets

Daughtry and 3 Doors Down have booked a third leg of their co-headlining tour. With a tour that’s been roaming around the country since November and shows no signs of slowing down, the guys invite special guests Halestorm with them on select dates. The third leg comes to Solomons, Baltimore, Gilford, Bangor, Boston, Big Flats, Syracuse, Wantagh, Clarkston, Cincinnati, Hammond, Dubuque, West Bend, Council Bluffs, Indianapolis and Cleveland. Buy These Tickets

16-year-old singer/songwriter Cody Simpson has announced a 36-city headlining tour. Joining him on the “Paradise Tour,” also the name of his debut studio album, are special guests Ryan Beatty and Before You Exit. Cody’s second album is due out this summer, and the Aussie heart-throb comes to Jacksonville, Tampa, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, El Paso, Phoenix, Tucson, Los Angeles, Fresno, San Francisco, Sacramento, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Rosemont, Toronto, Montreal, Upper Darby, Homestead and more.Buy These Tickets

Rock legend, Ted Nugent, the man behind such songs as “Cat Scratch Fever” and “Stranglehold” is heading back on the road with a U.S. tour. Joined by Styx and REO Speedwagon, Ted comes to Grand Forks, Minneapolis, Moline, Toledo, Springfield, Glens Falls, East Rutherford, Virginia Beach, Roanoke, Estero, Tampa, Saint Augustine, Tampa, Alpharetta, Grand Prairie, Tulsa and more. Buy These Tickets

Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes is coming back to Radio City Music Hall in New York City November 8th to December 30th. The annual musical holiday stage show features over 140 performers, lavish sets and costumes. The show provides 90 minutes of singing, dancing and humor. Since the first version was presented in 1933, the show has become a New York Christmas tradition. Buy These Tickets

The Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival has plans to march across the U.S. starting this August. Although the lineup has yet to be announced, dates have been revealed. Presented by Live Nation the tour comes to Scranton, Hartford, Darien Center, Saratoga Springs, Mansfield, Bristow, Holmdel, Wantagh, Toronto, Tinley Park, Noblesville, Clarkston, Oklahoma City, Dallas, Spring, Albuquerque, Englewood, Salt Lake City, Quincy, Phoenix and more. Buy These Tickets

World renown a capella group, Straight No Chaser, unveils its touring plans for the rest of the year with a three-night “Chaser Summit” in Las Vegas and an “Under The Influence” tour starting in October. The group is shaping up to have one of the busiest touring schedules this year, having been on the road since February with no plans to quit any time soon. Touring in support of the new release “Under The Influence” dropping in May, the group comes to New Brunswick, York, Sewell, Allentown, Hampton, Portsmouth, Atlanta, Manteo, Vienna, San Diego, Saratoga, Ames, Davenport, Omaha, Sioux City. Billings, Casper, Loveland, San Antonio and many more. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Marianas Trench,
Rock N Blues Fest: Ten Years After & Edgar Winter Band,
Music Of Andrew Lloyd Webber,
New Order, and
Killswitch Engage.

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Paul McCartney
Jason Aldean
Jake Owen & Thomas Rhett
Mexico Soccer
Kid Rock
Uncle Kracker
Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran
ZZ Top
Spain Soccer
Celtic Thunder
Bruno Mars
Haiti Soccer
Florida Georgia Line
WWE
The Rolling Stones
NBA Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: New York Knicks vs Boston Celtics
Luke Bryan & Thompson Square
Carrie Underwood & Hunter Hayes
Theresa Caputo
Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros & Alabama Shakes
The Book Of Mormon
Pink
Honda Civic Tour: Maroon 5, Kelly Clarkson & Rozzi Crane
Wicked
Canelo Alvarez vs Austin Trout
Fleetwood Mac
Zac Brown Band
Justin Bieber
Mumford And Sons
One Direction
Ellie Goulding
The Eagles
Matchbox Twenty & The Goo Goo Dolls
John Mayer & Phillip Phillips
George Strait, Martina McBride & Miranda Lambert
Depeche Mode
Matilda The Musical
Andrea Bocelli
Boston Red Sox
San Francisco Giants
Beyonce
Iron Maiden & Megadeth
Fitz and The Tantrums
Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Eli Young Band & Kacey Musgraves
Dave Matthews Band
Jonas Brothers
Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z
Keith Urban, Little Big Town & Dustin Lynch
Jersey Boys
New York Yankees
Motown The Musical

Kid Rock, Paul McCartney, Rolling Stones, Iron Maiden, Jonas Brothers & More

When The Rolling Stones initially released their U.S. tour itinerary for 2013, we knew they were making a stop in Los Angeles but didn’t have a date due to NHL/NBA schedules, but now the date has been set. The iconic band brings their “50 And Counting” tour to the Staples Center on May 2nd. The veteran rockers promise a little for everyone as they come to Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, Charlotte, Atlanta, Fort Wayne, Anaheim, San Jose, Oakland, Toronto, Calgary and London, England. Buy These Tickets

Paul McCartney recently announced his “Out There” tour and new dates keep pouring in. This U.S. tour features his first-ever performance in AustinTX, along with dates in San Antonio, Detroit, Orlando, Memphis, Tulsa, Boston, Washington, DC, Seattle, and Quebec, with more to be announced. Buy These Tickets

Kid Rock is calling his next tour outing his “biggest and best party ever.” Backed by his Twisted Brown Trucker Band, and accompanied by Uncle KrackerZZ Top and Kool & The Gang, Kid Rock launches his summer adventure with special fan incentives, including value food packages, special $4 draught beers, cheaper parking when available, free samples of Jimmy John’s sandwiches at select venues, free coffee at the end of the show, and bargain-price $20 tour T-shirts. He says “[I know] the economy is still hurting people across the country, but I didn’t want that to be a reason why everyone couldn’t get out and enjoy themselves on a summer night.” The tour comes to Las Vegas, North Platte, Bristow, Holmdel, Cuyahoga Falls, Darien Center, Scranton, Camden, Mansfield, Hartford, Spring, Dallas, Albuquerque, Phoenix, Irvine, Mountain View, Wheatland, Englewood, Clarkston, Maryland Heights, Noblesville, Cincinnati, Tinley Park, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Iron Maiden joins forces with Megadeth for a brief Fall U.S. tour. Along with their first-ever show in RaleighNC, the band has dubbed their San Bernardino show “The Battle Of San Bernardino,” as they will be joined AnthraxTestamentOverkill and Sabaton for a heavy night of metal. The tour also makes stops in Nashville, Kansas City, Maryland Heights, Austin and Las Vegas. Buy These Tickets

Jazzy songstress, Diana Krall has added more dates to her already jammed-packed “Glad Rag Doll World Tour.” Touring in support of her 2012 acclaimed release “Glad Rag Doll,” she’s giving us more Krall for the Fall as she comes to Newark, Atlantic City, Hartford, Wilmington, Worcester, New York City, Kingston, Buffalo, Columbus, Indianapolis, Chicago, Minneapolis, Omaha, Kansas City, Grand Prairie, Spring, San Antonio, Austin, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City and more. Buy These Tickets

Black Country Communion guitarist Joe Bonamassa adds more shows to his 2013 plans. With several studio and live albums to his credit and an upcoming live album/DVD, “An Acoustic Evening At The Vienna Opera House,” in stores March 25th, Joe has put together a hefty tour schedule for himself for the U.S. and London. Catch the virtuoso as he comes to Seattle, Portland, Eugene, Sacramento, San Jose, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Rockford, Chicago, Detroit, London, Canada, Orillia, Montreal, Boston, Albany, Philadelphia, Baltimore and more. Buy These Tickets

Also adding more tour dates to their U.S. itinerary is Muse. Performing in support of their 2012 album “The 2nd Law,” the group embarks on “The 2nd Law World Tour” with two nights in Toronto and New York City. They also come to Boston, Uncasville, East Rutherford, Dallas, Montreal, Quebec, Charlotte, Duluth, Nashville, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Denver and Salt Lake City. Buy These Tickets

Jason Aldean has recently added a Canadian leg to his 2013 “Night Train Tour.” The country performer’s last outing, the “My Kinda Party Tour,” was one of the best-selling country tours of 2012. This time around he’ll hit over 35 cities and be joined by country heavyweights such as Luke BryanMiranda LambertJake OwenThomas Rhett, and Kelly Clarkson on select dates. Catch the train as it comes to Vancouver, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Calgary, Wheatland, Mountain View, Phoenix, Chula Vista, Dallas, Cincinnati, Burgettstown, Cuyahoga Falls, Camden, Scranton, Tallahassee, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Charlotte and many more. Buy These Tickets

Not to be outdone, the Jonas Brothers are undertaking a great outdoor adventure as well, with an amphitheatre tour produced by Live Nation. With shows in the U.S. and Canada, the tour comes to Universal City, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Spring, Dallas, Atlanta, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Raleigh, Charlotte, Bristow, Hershey, Atlantic City, Holmdel, Uncasville, Boston and many more.Buy These Tickets

This summer’s concert season just heated up as Matchbox Twentyannounced that they are teaming up with the Goo Goo Dolls for a co-headlining tour. Playing mostly amphitheaters, Matchbox Twenty is touring in support of their 2012 album, “North,” while Goo Goo Dolls have a new release, “Magnetic,” dropping in May. The tour comes to Manchester, NH, Saratoga Springs, Toronto, Burgettstown, Cincinnati, Highland Park, Clarkston, Noblesville, Maryland Heights, Moline, Kansas City, Englewood, Universal City, Las Vegas, Irvine, Paso Robles, Concord, Spring, Dallas, Birmingham, Atlanta, Tampa, Charlotte and many more. Buy These Tickets

Garrison Keillor is gearing up for another cross-country U.S. tour this summer called the “Radio Romance Tour.” The tour includes two hours of duet singing, comedians Fred Newman and Rich DworskyThe Guy’s All-Star Shoe Band with guitarist Pat Donohue and this year they will be joined by frequent guest artist Sara Watkins. Catch the tour as it comes to New York City, Austin, Lubbock, Norfolk, Nashville, Wabash, Omaha, Muskegon, Vienna, Los Angeles, Highland Park, Lenox, Spokane, Troutdale, Sacramento, Saratoga, San Diego, Morrison, Kansas City, Louisville and more. Buy These Tickets

Black Crowes is at it again with their “Lay Down With Number 13” world tour. The tour introduces new member Jackie Greene who replaces Luther Dickinson after he stepped out amicably to pursue other musical interests. The group is grateful they don’t have to depend on album cycles as a reason to go on tour but are hopeful this new tour will result in the group’s first album of new material since 2009. The group is currently on the road and come to Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, Saint Louis, Nashville, Atlanta, Dallas, Austin, Houston, Saint Petersburg, Orlando, Memphis, New Orleans, Napa, Gulf Shores, North Myrtle Beach, Chattanooga, Lake Charles, Baton Rouge and more. Buy These Tickets

Slightly Stoopid have been living their musical dreams right out of high school. This year finds the band touring in support of their 2012 release “Top Of The World,” and this month the band will release a live album recorded at Bob Weir’s TRI Studios. The guys come to Houston, Dallas, Birmingham, Lexington, Saint Louis, Omaha, Morrison, Oxford, New Orleans, Athens, Nashville, Wilmington, Saint Petersburg, Gulf Shores, Quincy, Albuquerque, Mesa, Irvine, Las Vegas, Santa Barbara, Stateline, Berkeley, Chula Vista, Eugene and more. Buy These Tickets

It’s Spain vs. Ireland as the world’s biggest names in soccer head back to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx for the second straight summer. The exhibition match pits European champions Spain versus Ireland on June 11th. Spain is ranked No. 1 in the world by FIFA, having won the most recent World Cup in 2010 and the last two European Championships. Ireland, led by manager Giovanni Trapattoni, participated in Euro 2012 and narrowly missed qualification for the 2010 World Cup. Buy These Tickets

Manchester City FC and Chelsea FC also face off in two soccer exhibition matches. Chelsea are the reigning European champions, having won their first Champions Leaguetitle last May, while Manchester City are the current Premier League holders. They face each other at Busch Stadium in Saint Louis May 23rd, and Yankee Stadium in the BronxMay 25th. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
WWE,
Advance Auto Parts Monster Jam,
Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody,
The Price Is Right – Live Stage Show,
Cyndi Lauper,
Kendrick Lamar,
Gregg Allman,
Tegan & Sara,
Adam Ant,
Smokey Joe’s Cafe,
Wisin Y Yandel,
Hillsong United,
City And Colour, and
Say Anything.

 

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The Rolling Stones
Fleetwood Mac
Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran
Mumford And Sons
Ron White
Keith Urban, Little Big Town & Dustin Lynch
Paul McCartney
Jason Aldean
ZZ Top
Darius Rucker
Miranda Lambert
Depeche Mode
Honda Civic Tour: Maroon 5, Kelly Clarkson & Rozzi Crane
Bill Maher
Luke Bryan, Thompson Square & Florida Georgia Line
Bruno Mars & Ellie Goulding
WWE
Rush
United States Soccer
Prince
Heart & Jason Bonham
Wicked
Eric Clapton & The Wallflowers
Exhibition: Mexico vs Peru
Eric Clapton & The Wallflowers
Pink
Kid Rock & Uncle Kracker
Pitbull & Kesha
Jake Owen & Thomas Rhett
The Book Of Mormon
The Eagles
PJ Morton
Canelo Alvarez vs Austin Trout
One Direction
John Mayer & Phillip Phillips
Justin Bieber
Boston Red Sox
Big Time Rush & Victoria Justice
Fitz and The Tantrums
Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z
Vicente Fernandez
Andrea Bocelli
Bon Jovi
Kenny Chesney, Eric Church, Eli Young Band & Kacey Musgraves
Beyonce
New York Yankees
Dave Matthews Band
San Francisco Giants
Tony Lucca
Matchbox Twenty & The Goo Goo Dolls
Motown The Musical
George Strait & Martina McBride
Jersey Boys
Kiss
Lucky Guy
Rihanna & ASAP Rocky
Zac Brown Band

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The Rolling Stones announced that their “50 And Counting” tour will kick off in May with shows for the U.S. and Canada. The spring concert dates will lead up to the band’s England performances atGlastonbury Festival and Hyde Park. The tour promises staple Stone classics with a customized lip-shaped stage and Jagger’s trademark stage presence and theatrics. The tour comes to Oakland, San Jose, Las Vegas, Anaheim, Toronto, Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia and London, England, with an undetermined Los Angeles at the Staple Center, due to NBA/NHL playoff schedules. Buy These Tickets

The Jonas Brothers are embarking on a great outdoor amphitheatre adventuring starting in July. Called “The Jonas Brothers Live Tour” and produced by Live Nation, the Brothers will travel the U.S. and Canada, and made the announcement the same day they released their new single, “Pom Poms.” The tour comes to Chicago, Noblesville, Clarkston, Cincinnati, Cuyahoga Falls, Toronto, Darien Center, Wantagh, Boston, Uncasville, Holmdel, Atlantic City, Hershey, Bristow, Charlotte, Raleigh, West Palm Beach and more. Buy These Tickets

Kiss is bringing the “Monster Tour” to Canada this summer with nearly 20 dates lined up across the provinces. The tour is named after the group’s 20th studio album, released last October, and they will wrap the tour up with a performance in OrlandoFL. After performing withMotley Crue in Toronto last year, the iconic rock group looks forward to returning to Canada as they come to Victoria, Vancouver, Kelowna, Lethbridge, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Regina, Brandon, Winnipeg, Sudbury, Ottawa, Toronto, London, Montreal, Saint John, Halifax and St. John’s. Buy These Tickets

Paul McCartney has confirmed a couple U.S. dates for his “Out There” tour. The legendary icon is coming to Boston’s Fenway Parkfor a one night show in July, as well as the Frank Erwin Center inAustinTX, in May. It will be his first ever Austin show. Buy These Tickets

Maroon 5 is taking over the second leg of the Honda Civic Tour, coming to over 30 cities with special guest Kelly Clarkson in tow. Other supporting acts include PJ MortonRozzi Crane and Tony Lucca. As the name suggests expect to see automobiles and special one-of-a-kind customized vehicles, including Maroon 5’s own customized machine. The tour comes to Maryland Heights, Noblesville, Cincinnati, Burgettstown, Camden, Mansfield, Holmdel, Wantagh, Tinley Park, Cuyahoga Falls, Clarkston, Toronto, Hartford, Scranton, Darien Center, Saratoga Center, Bristow, Virginia Beach, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Two mega-star Nickelodeon acts are teaming up for a three-month run of shows as Big Time Rush and Victoria Justice plan their “Summer Break” tour. The amphitheatre tour will hit nearly every major amphitheatre in the U.S. Both acts are riding a wave of success with two successful television shows on Nickelodeon with Justice’s “Victorious” snagging her another Kids’ Choice award for favorite TV show. Big Time Rush have just wrapped up their latest album which is slated for an early summer release, while Victoria is currently in the studio, working on her next album. The tour comes to Universal City, Del Mar, Concord, Phoenix, Tucson, Spring, TX, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Southaven, Atlanta, West Palm Beach, Saint Augustine, Raleigh, Charlotte, Bristow, Bethel, Holmdel and many more. Buy These Tickets

The Lumineers head out on the road in support of their self-titled debut album. The Denver up-and-comers recently announced the rest of their tour dates ending in July. Because of demand they have had to move several shows to larger venues and have already show out many shows. Catch the American folk rock band as they come to Columbia, MD, Camden, Dover, Charleston, Cary, Manchester, TN, Portsmouth, Canandaigua, Clarkston, Cincinnati, Bonner Springs, Minneapolis, Lincoln, Atlanta, Toronto, Montreal, Hamilton, Austin, Spring, TX, and many more. Buy These Tickets

Bjork is back after vocal cord surgery caused her to cancel most of her previous tour. The 47-year-old songstress kept quiet at first about her medical issues until she found an effective medical alternative to deal with the polyps and nodules on her vocal chords. Now she returns to the road with shows in Richmond, CA, Los Angeles, Manchester, and Toronto. Buy These Tickets

Legendary progressive rock band Yes adds another U.S. leg to their tour. With their new vocalist Jon Davison, the band is set to perform their classic albums 1970’s “The Yes Album,” 1972’s “Close To The Edge,” and 1977’s “Going For The One,” in their entirety from front-to-back. Catch the show as it comes to Mashantucket, Hampton, NH, Bethlehem, New York City, Toronto, Detroit, Saratoga, CA, Anaheim, Las Vegas, San Diego, Jackson, MS, and more. Buy These Tickets

Romeo and Juliet returns to Broadway at the Richard Rodgers Theatre for a three-month run. Directed by David Leveaux, the production will showcase Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers as an interracial couple. Starring Tony nominee Condola Rashad as Juliet and Orlando Bloom as Romeo, this will be the first production of the play on Broadway since 1977. The production runs form August 24th to November 24th. Buy These Tickets

Several artists are adding new tour dates including Keith Urban for his “Light The Fuse Tour 2013.” Overwhelming demand has caused the “American Idol” judge to expand his plans as he visits Louisville, Charleston, Greensville, Toledo, University Park, Uncasville, Manchester, Peoria, Des Moines, Kansas City, Lafayette, Bossier City, Tulsa, Springfield, MO, Oklahoma City and more. Buy These Tickets

Mumford & Sons are another act who have expanded their tour schedule due to increased demand. Their North America tour will now take them to Saint Augustine, Guthrie, Troy, Simcoe, Bonner Springs, Manchester, New Orleans, Spring, Dallas, Austin, Taos, Phoenix, Chula Vista, San Bernardino, Berkeley, Portland, Surrey, Edmonton and Calgary. Buy These Tickets

Add Depeche Mode to the list as well as the band is another act adding on more dates. With their expanded tour schedule, the band now comes to Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Mountain View, Santa Barbara, Chula Vista, Dallas, Spring, TX, Sunrise, Tampa, Atlanta, Bristow, Wantagh, Brooklyn, Montreal, Toronto, Saint Paul, Tinley Park, and Clarkson. Buy These Tickets

Not to be left out, Fall Out Boy is also adding dates to their North American tour. After releasing their tour itinerary, the band has had to add additional dates to keep up with fan demand. Their new schedule takes them to Tampa, Alpharetta, Grand Prairie, Spring, TX, San Diego, San Francisco, Anaheim, Broomfield, Toronto, Auburn Hills, Cleveland, Fairfax, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Uncasville, Nashville, Indianapolis, Saint Louis and more. Buy These Tickets

Motley Crue is adding a Las Vegas residency to an already jam packed tour schedule. The bad boys of Rock will take over The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel from September 18th to October 6th. If you’re not in Vegas, no worries, as the band also travels to Monticello, Atlantic City, Big Flats, Verona, Bethlehem, Uncasville, Gilford, Bangor, Ottawa, Montreal, Oshawa, Hamilton, Sudbury, Winnipeg, Brandon, Estevan, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Lethbridge, Calgary and more. Buy These Tickets

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Prince has officially confirmed a west coast tour, featuring 3rd Eye Girl, his brand new, all-female backing band. They made their national debut on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” where they performed his new single “Screwdriver.” The band is comprised of Canadian guitaristDonna Grantis, Danish bassist Ida Nielsen, and American drummerHannah Ford. The Purple One and the Girls come to Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Tempe, San Diego, Anaheim, and Denver. Buy These Tickets

Lil Wayne announces his “America’s Most Wanted Tour.” After being hospitalized from seizures, he released a statement to fans that he’s doing “more than good.” So good in fact that he’ll be hitting the road with T.I. & Future in tow. The tour comes on the heels of the release of his latest album “I Am Not A Human Being II,” which was released this week. The guys come to Birmingham, Nashville, Atlanta, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Burgettstown, Baltimore, Wantagh, Camden, Scranton, Bangor, Holmdel, Charlotte, Raleigh, Virginia Beach, Darien Center, Hartford, Washington, DC, Saratoga Springs, Mansfield, Cincinnati, Cuyahoga Falls, Detroit, Tinley Park, and more. Buy These Tickets

John Mayer has had a nearly three-year absence from touring due in large part from a vocal ailment called “throat granuloma,” which threatened to sideline him indefinitely. Now he’s due to return with more than 40 dates planned for just North America alone. His “Born & Raised” tour, named after his 2012 album of the same name, teams him up with American Idol winner Philip Philips. The musical virtuoso comes to New York City, Tuscaloosa, New Orleans, Milwaukee, Maryland Heights, Cincinnati, Bonner Springs, Spring, Dallas, Morrison, Ridgefield, Quincy, Paso Robles, Wheatland, Mountain View, Irvine, Cuahoga Falls, Clarkston, Tinley Park, Noblesville, Springfield, Toronto, and more. Buy These Tickets

Although tour rumors have been circulating, Mumford And Sons have made it official by announcing their 2013 North American tour dates. The tour brings the band across the country, spending three nights inBerkeleyCA, and two nights in Austin, as well as being tapped forBonnaroo. The guys also come to Calgary, Edmonton, Portland, San Bernardino, Chula Vista, Phoenix, Escondido, Dallas, Spring, New Orleans, Manchester, Bonner Springs, Simcoe, Troy, and Saint Augustine. Buy These Tickets

Fall Out Boy is warning fans that this will be the last chance to see the band this year as they roll out their “Save Rock And Roll Fall U.S. Arena Tour.” The band revealed in February that they have booked their first tour since 2009 and are set to release their first full-length studio album since 2008, “Save Rock And Roll” in April. The guys come to Tampa, Alpharetta, Grand Prairie, Spring, San Diego, San Francisco, Anaheim, Broomfield, Toronto, Auburn Hills, Cleveland, Fairfax, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Lowell, Uncasville, Nashville, Indianapolis, Saint Louis, Saint Paul, Kansas City, Denver, Salt Lake City, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, and more. Buy These Tickets

American Idol judge Keith Urban has enlisted the support of Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch for his “Light the Fuse Tour 2013.” He has released a second leg of dates for the tour which will feature music from his upcoming album expected this spring. The tour kicks off in July and comes to Cincinnati, Monticello, Charlotte, Raleigh, Alpharetta, Clarkston, Columbia, Canadaigua, Mansfield, Austin, Spring, Dallas, Birmingham, Maryland Heights, Noblesville, Albuquerque, Aspen, Morrison, Aspen, Cuyahoga Falls, Burgettstown, Camden, Mountain View, Los Angeles, and more. Buy These Tickets

Pitbull is teaming up with Ke$ha for a cross-country tour. The “Tik Tok” singer, who has sold over 34 million tracks and ringtone worldwide, is looking forward to joining forces with Pitbull, who has had No. 1 hits in 15 countries, with his videos viewed more than three billion times. The tour comes to Mansfield, Atlantic City, Holmdel, Wantagh, Burgettstown, Montreal, Toronto, Auburn Hills, Tinley Park, Englewood, Mountain View, Las Vegas, Chula Vista, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Spring, Dallas, San Antonio, Atlanta, Tampa, and Milwaukee. Buy These Tickets

The Eagles are on tour. Celebrating their latest Showtime documentary “History of the Eagles” the band has booked an 11 date tour so that fans have an opportunity to experience the iconic band. They come to Louisville, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Toronto, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Uncasville, Mansfield, Washington, DC, Pittsburgh, and Bethel. Buy These Tickets

Pink is currently on her “The Truth About Love Tour.” It is in support of her 2012 LP “The Truth About Love” which was her first No. 1 debut album in the U.S. The 60 plus show tour is presented by Cover Girland comes to Chicago, Auburn Hills, Des Moines, Lincoln, Saint Louis, Kansas City, San Antonio, Dallas, North Little Rock, Rosemont, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Washington, DC, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, Brooklyn, Newark, and more. Buy These Tickets

Fans of 1990’s nostalgia are going to have one hell of a summer, as the 2013 Summerland Tour unite EverclearLiveFilter, and Sponge. For this year’s tour, Everclear frontman Art Alexakis wanted a edgier flavor for the bill and passed on bringing Sugar Ray back. The tour comes to Fort Myers, Saint Petersburg, Raleigh, Alpharetta, Charlotte, Glen Allen, Myrtle Beach, New Brunswick, Westbury, Moncton, Boston, Jim Thorpe, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Columbus, Hammond, Saint Paul, Denver, Los Angeles, Bakersfield, San Diego, and more. Buy These Tickets

Phish will be back on the road again for another summer tour come July. Trey Anastasioand the boys have booked 25 dates in 13 cities, including their first Canadian show in over 13 years. See the group as they come to Commerce City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Stateline, Quincy, Chicago, Alpharetta, Columbia, Wantagh, Holmdel, Toronto, Saratoga Springs, and Bangor. Buy These Tickets

With NCAA March Madness underway, fan attendance at the 2013 Division I men’s and women’s basketball tournaments continue to increase. Attendance at the men’s tournament reached nearly 430,000 fans and the women’s tournament has seen a significant increase compared to last year. Action is heating up with key match-ups as Arizona faces Ohio St.,La Salle meets Wichita St.Marquette faces off against Miami, and Syracuse meetsIndianaBuy These Tickets

The FIFA World Cup Qualifier’s “kick off” in June as national soccer teams from around the world attempt to qualify for the FIFA World Cup Finals. This year’s action sees qualifying matches coming to Seattle, Sandy, Columbus, OH, Kansas City, and Mexico City, with matches between the United States, Mexico, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Honduras, and more. Buy These Tickets

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