Justin Timberlake is on the road in support of his new album “20/20 Experience.” The former boy-band superstar is currently touring withJay-Z but after a quick two-month break will return to the road as a solo headlining act. See Justin as he comes to Omaha, Saint Paul, Fargo, Denver, Seattle, Edmonton, Orlando, Atlanta, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Houston, Dallas, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Tulsa, Saint Louis, Columbus, Nashville, Raleigh, Montreal, Miami Gardens, Philadelphia and more.
Michael Buble has had a very busy year. With a new album “To Be Loved” out, a tour in the works and a baby on the way, the international superstar has showed no signs of slowing down. Becoming a first-time dad at the age of 37 has really taken the pressure off of Michael’s shoulders as he says the excitement keeps everything else in perspective. Don’t miss your chance to see the sultry crooner as he comes to Oakland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Anaheim, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver, Salt Lake City, Portland, Seattle, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, Duluth, Charlotte, Raleigh, Nashville, New Orleans, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Tulsa, Brooklyn, Boston and many more.
The NBA Playoffs served up something of a shock when theMemphis Grizzlies sent off the defending Western Conferencechamps Oklahoma City Thunder in five games. The Miami Heat also saw off the tenacious Chicago Bulls, getting a big game from injured star Dwayne Wayne when they needed it most. In other action, thePacers have a 3-1 lead over the Knicks, while the Spurs hold a 3-2 advantage over the Golden State Warriors.
There weren’t that many surprises in the first round of the NHL Playoffs. Underdogs New York Islanders and Toronto Maple Leafsgave us some unbelievable moments but couldn’t pull off the upsets. So now the Chicago Blackhawks are facing off against the Detroit Red Wings, the San Jose Sharks play the Los Angeles Kings, theOttawa Senators compete against the Pittsburgh Penguins, and theNY Rangers battle against the Boston Bruins, each for their place in the Stanley Cup Finals.
Backstreet Boys made a huge announcement this week, not only officially declaring their 20 anniversary tour this summer with their “In A World Like This” tour, but it will also be the first time all five members of the band will be on tour since Kevin Richardson last parted with the group in 2006. Last summer, Kevin officially rejoined the lineup. They will be joined on tour with special guests Jesse McCartney and DJ Pauly D as they come to Chicago, Maryland Heights, Toledo, Montreal, Toronto, Clarkston, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Boston, Wantagh, Holmdel, Camden, Virginia Beach, Raleigh, Charlotte, Atlanta, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Grand Prairie, Spring, TX, Phoenix, Irvine and more.
Expect a ton of glitter, booze and fun from pop star Kesha as she heads out on tour to support her new MTV documentary series, “My Crazy Beautiful Life,” and her new album “Warrior.” The “Warrior” tour is only Ke$ha’s second world headlining tour, and acts as an extension to her joint tour with rapper Pitbull. Find her as she comes to Mansfield, Atlantic City, Portsmouth, Holmdel, Wantagh, Burgettstown, Montreal, Toronto, Auburn Hills, Cincinnati, Tinley Park, Englewood, Mountain View, Las Vegas, Chula Vista, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Spring, TX, Dallas, San Antonio, Atlanta, Tampa, Cleveland and many more.
Mindless Behavior is setting out on their second headlining tour starting in early July. They will be joined by The OMG Girlz and Coco Jones. The boys, Prodigy, Ray Ray, Roc Royal and Princeton are no strangers to the road as they have opened for Janet Jackson andJustin Bieber. The group is also known for being active with WAT-AAH!’s Move Your Body campaign geared towards encouraging kids to improve their health through physical activity. See the tour as they come to Stockton, Oakland, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Portsmouth, New York City, Greensboro, Columbia, Birmingham, Southaven, Atlanta, Baltimore, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Augusta, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobile, New Orleans, Grand Prairie and Houston.
Imagine Dragons has added new dates to the second leg of their current tour. It’s been a stellar year for the dynamic band, coming off a great debut for their new album “Night Visions” and selling out shows all over the country. New tour dates includes Atlantic City, Indianapolis, Tampa, Dallas, Saint Paul and Orlando, and they also come to Spring, TX, Rochester, Philadelphia, Chicago, Cleveland, Toronto, Whites Creek, Wantagh, Boston, Dover, Phoenix, San Diego, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Calgary, Edmonton, Boise, Orem and Morrison.
Merle Haggard is one of the most important country artists to emerge from the 1960’s, and he continues to bring his music to the masses through a prodigious touring schedule. Now he’s added even more dates to his 2013 itinerary, as he comes to West Wendover, Poughkeepsie, Wilkes Barre, Carmel, Effingham, Salem, Myrtle Beach, Columbus, Newell, Franklin, Hurricane Mills, Robinsonville, Bossier City, Durant, Salt Lake City, Deadwood, Washburn, Mankato, Brookings, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Branson and more.
The Rock Allegiance Tour announces some initial dates for their 2013 schedule. Employing “four game-changing rock bands from four different countries,” the tour has enlisted Denmark’s Volbeat, Finland’s HIM, Australia’s Airbourne and All That Remains, from Springfield, Mass. Dates announced so far include Tulsa, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, Quincy, Houston, Atlanta, Lowell and Brooklyn.
A rock music legend and a rising country star will perform at the Walmart Associates Concert next month. The retail giant has announced this year’s event will feature Elton John and Ed Sheeran on June 4th and Luke Bryan along with special guests on June 5th. The concert series will be held at Bud Walton Arena in Fayetteville, AK, at 7pm.