In a tightly contested Stanley Cup Finals the Blackhawks beat the Bruins 6-5 in OT to tie the series at 2 all. After struggling over 120 minutes to even score once, the Blackhawks then turned on a flurry of offense to beat Boston goalie Tuukka Rask and take game 4. Game 5 returns to Chicago on Saturday night.
At a show earlier this year, Dave Chappelle floated around the idea of going out on a comedy tour with Chris Rock. Well it seems that the reality is a tab bit better. Dave’s national comedy tour, “The Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival” is being presented by Funny or Die and teams Dave with Flight of the Conchords, Demetri Martin, Hannibal Buress and Jim Jefferies. More than a conventional comedy show, it’s more a festival with multiple stages, comics, psychics, freaks and street performers. The tour kicks off in Austin and comes to Spring, Dallas, Burgettstown, Tinley Park, Clarkston, Camden, Holmdel, Mansfield, Englewood, Irvine, Mountain View and Phoenix.
Global superstar Marc Anthony returns to the stage with a new world tour. The “Vivir Mi Vida” tour will cross three continents and 15 countries, with 12 cities set for the U.S. Anthony will perform songs spanning his entire career, along with new songs from his new album to be released next month. The tour will also feature a new state-of-the-art, never seen before stage production. The tour comes to Miami, Orlando, Uniondale, Houston, Rosemont, Vienna, VA, Las Vegas, Tucson, Oakland and Los Angles.
The Eagles have added new dates to their “History of the Eagles” tour. The new leg of the tour starts in October and will keep the band busy throughout the Midwest until the end of the month. New cities include Orlando, Miami, Greensboro, Charlotte, NYC and Tampa. The tour also comes to Louisville, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Toronto, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Uncasville, Mansfield, Washington, DC, Pittsburgh, Bethel, Pittsburgh, Seattle, Vancouver and more.
Drake has announced dates for his 2013 tour. Joining him on the 41-city tour is Miguel and Future. The “Would You Like A Tour?” excursion is in support of Drake’s upcoming album, “Nothing Was The Same” and comes to Portland, Tacoma, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Chicago, Indianapolis, Auburn Hills, Cleveland, Columbus, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and many more.
Blue collar stand-up, television star, ventriloquist and master puppeteer Jeff Dunham is showing no signs of slowing down. Currently on the road for his “Disorderly Conduct Tour” Jeff has added new dates that carry him well into 2014. The performer recently hailed as the top comedian by Comedy Central brings his politically incorrect sense of humor to Sacramento, Reno, Nampa, Portland, Loveland, Rio Rancho, Phoenix, Las Cruces, Southaven, Moline, Des Moines, Dallas, Kansas City, Lincoln, Wichita, Saint Charles, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Daytona Beach, Sunrise, Jacksonville, Pensacola, New Orleans, Columbia, Atlanta, Nashville, Hartford and more.
Public Radio Sensation Radiolab announces a 21-city U.S. tour. The “Apocalyptical” tour will take Radiolab, hailed by “This American Life” host Ira Glass as public radio’s most innovative show, to all four corners of the country and Canada for the first time. The show will combine inventive storytelling, riveting science, with live music to explore the topic of “endings.” The centerpiece of the stage show is a detailed reconstruction of the afternoon in which the entire global population of dinosaurs were destroyed. The tour kicks off in October and comes to North Adams, Columbus, Cleveland, Toronto, Ann Arbor, Detroit, Milwaukee, Chicago, Nashville, Atlanta, New York City, Boston, Hartford, Denver, Grand Prairie, Austin, Houston, Oakland, Cupertino, Beverly Hills, Portland and Seattle.
Hawaiian folk rocker Jack Johnson has announced nearly 20 dates for a U.S. tour excursion. The tour is in support of his sixth studio album, “From Here To Now To You,” due out in September. The tour comes to “some of the most beautiful and intimate seated theatres in North America” as it comes to Washington, DC, Upper Darby, Toronto, Akron, Atlanta, Nashville, Durham, Indianapolis, Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, Oakland, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland, San Diego, Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.
Steely Dan comes back to New York City’s Beacon Theatre for a seven-night residency this fall. The residency will wrap up the band’s “Mood Swings: 8 Miles To Pancake Day Tour,” featuring their supporting band newly nicknamed – The Bipolar Allstars. The Big Apple dates kick off at the end of September and run through early October, but you can also catch the band as they come to Atlantic City, Canadaigua, Toronto, Cleveland, Kettering, Louisville, Detroit, Milwaukee, Fort Wayne, Highland Park, Indianapolis, Saint Louis, Omaha, Morrison, Salt Lake City, Boise, Troutdale and many more.
Farm Aid 2013, the annual event benefiting America’s farmers and helmed by Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews, has been confirmed for September 21st in Saratoga Springs, NY. The event brings you all-day music combined with food provided by local growers and farms via the event’s HOMEGROWN Concessions and music fans will have opportunities to meet with farms, partake in hands-on food and farm activities and learn about the business of bringing food from the fields to consumers.
One of the most popular Christian worship artists worldwide, Chris Tomlin will be extending his “Burning Lights” tour through the fall. The spring leg of the tour sold out arenas across the country, and featured Tomlin along with close friend and international speaker Louie Giglio. Experience great music and speaking when the tour comes to Oklahoma City, North Little Rock, Cordova, Nashville, Pensacola, Birmingham, Lexington, Cleveland, Columbus, Barrington, Johnstown, Cary, Grand Rapids, Moline, Milwaukee, New York City, Fairfax, Lowell, Salisbury, Bossier City and Duluth.
Nine Inch Nails has a new album and new tour slated for the fall. The two-month tour will be in support of the group’s new album “Hesitation Marks” which will be the first new NIN music in over 5 years. The tour kicks off in Saint Paul and comes to Kansas City, Saint Louis, Montreal, Toronto, Cleveland, Auburn Hills, Pittsburgh, Boston, Brooklyn, Newark, Washington, DC, University Park, Raleigh, Nashville, Atlanta, Sunrise, Orlando, San Antonio, Los Angeles, Phoenix, El Paso, Broomfield, Las Vegas, Portland, Spokane, Vancouver, Seattle, Edmonton and Calgary.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Iron and Wine,
Redlight King & Icon For Hire,
Texas Hippie Coalition,
Between The Buried and Me,
Jimmy Eat World.