Stanley Cup, Dave Chappelle, Eagles, Marc Anthony, Drake, Jeff Dunham & More

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

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. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Jerry Seinfeld,
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Iron and Wine,
Charli XCX,
Matt Nathanson,
Frightened Rabbit,
Redlight King & Icon For Hire,
Atlas Genius,
Bonobo,
Blondie,
Matthew Good,
Texas Hippie Coalition,
Kate Nash,
Blue October,
Between The Buried and Me,
Jim Brickman,
Iration, and
Jimmy Eat World.

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LeBron James struggled heavily during Game 3 of the NBA Finals as the San Antonio Spurs took a 2-1 lead heading into Game 4. James promises to play much better after the 113-77 blow out loss. The Heatremain confident but face the next two games on the Spur’s home court. San Antonio’s Tony Parker suffered a hamstring injury but looks forward to contributing in Game 4. Game 4 is tonight in San Antonio.Buy These Tickets

The opener of the Stanley Cup Finals was a three-overtime thriller when Andrew Shaw deflected a Dave Bolland’s tip into the net for a 4-3 Chicago Blackhawks’ victory over the Boston Bruins. It was the fifth-longest playoff game in the history of the Stanley Cup. Game 2 comes to the United Center in Chicago on Saturday. Buy These Tickets

After a thrilling French Open that saw Rafael Nadal win a record 8th straight championship, Wimbledon comes to the All England ClubJune 23rd to July 7th. All of the world’s top players will compete for the title, including Novak DjokovicSerena WilliamsMaria Sharapova,Andy Murray, and defending champion Roger Federer who is seeking a record 8th Wimbledon crown. Over 128 ATP and WTA players will compete for the coveted crown over the course of two weeks. Buy These Tickets

The US Open Tennis Championship is the fourth tennis major of the year, wrapping up the North American hardcourt season. Last year was the first time in a while that each major championship was held by a different winner on the ATP tour. This year is shaping up in much the same fashion with Novak Djokovic taking the Australian Open crown and Rafael Nadal winning the French Open. This is a golden age of tennis, with so many active tennis legends on tour from Nadal,Federer and Serena Williams that history is made seemingly at every tournament. The US Open starts August 26th in Flushing, New York.Buy These Tickets

Legendary Lionel Richie is launching a fall excursion tour featuring all the hits you remember. His “All The Hits All Night Long” tour kicks off in mid-September, featuring songs like “Endless Love,” “Truly,” “Stuck On You” and “Dancing On The Ceiling” which dominated the pop charts during the 1980s. Now you can see the five-time Grammy winner as he comes to Hollywood, FL, Atlantic City, Mashantucket, Brooklyn, Fairfax, Atlanta, Nashville, Chicago, Orilla, Windsor, Catoosa, Austin, Spring, Austin, San Jose and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

September is looking to be an amazing month for NIN fans. Nine Inch Nails is dropping a new album at the beginning of the month and kicking off a new tour at the end. The two month road trip will featureExplosions In The Sky and Godspeed You! Black Emperor on select dates. The new album “Hesitation Marks” will be the first new music from NIN in five years. The tour comes to Saint Paul, 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 and more. Buy These Tickets

At a recent surprise standup show in New York, Dave Chappelle mentioned that a comedy tour with Chris Rock might be in the works. What we do know is that after only performing sporadically since 2005, Chappelle has announced a comedy tour across the U.S. The creator and star of Comedy Central’s hit show “Chappelle’s Show,” comes to Richmond, Winston Salem, North Myrtle Beach, Raleigh, Charlotte, Nashville, Knoxville, Chattanooga and Atlanta. Buy These Tickets

Sensation, the Netherlands dance event, announces its first U.S. tour. The brainchild of Netherlands electronic music experience companyID&T, Sensation sold out two events at Brooklyn’s Barclays Centerlast year. Its “The Ocean Of White” production has already toured globally and now will be expanded to more U.S. audiences. The production features DJs, acrobats and giant jellyfish floating above the dance floor as “the arena is transformed into a water world full of mysteries of the unexplored.” And show goers are required to adhere to a white-attire dress code. Catch the Sensation as it comes to Oakland, Las Vegas, Miami and Brooklyn. Buy These Tickets

Bill O’Reilly and Dennis Miller are back at it again. The Bolder & Fresher tour features the two superstar personalities as they bring their unique form of political entertainment to the masses. Bill O’Reilly, godfather of “no spin” and in-your-face television, and Dennis Miller, the king of rants bring their show to Denver, Kansas City, Portland, Spokane, Nashville, Jacksonville and Las Vegas. Buy These Tickets

Actor and comedian Kevin James has scheduled a comedy tour for 2013. The star of “King of Queens,” “Zookeeper,” and “Paul Blart: Mall Cop,” has over 13 dates booked along with a residency in Las Vegas that will see him joined by Ray Romano. The tour comes to Atlantic City, Melbourne, FL, Saint Petersburg, Pensacola, Houston, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Louisville, Cincinnati, Saint Louis, Memphis and Birmingham. Buy These Tickets

British comedian Russell Brand brings his “Messiah Complex World Tour” to the road this summer. Saying he plans to perform in theaters as well as “prisons, drug rehabs … nationalist organizations, Mosques, foreclosed houses, protest sties, synagogues and in people’s private homes,” Russell will tour globally, traveling to the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Canada, United Kingdom, Iceland and Canada, with the U.S. swing getting started in earnest in August. His U.S. dates include Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, San Diego, Phoenix, Washington, DC, Atlantic City, Bethlehem, Tampa, Orlando and Pompano Beach. Buy These Tickets

Sigur Ros announce the ultimate U.S. leg of their globe-spanning tour, which will consist of a final, 20-show run starting in September. The band started touring in support of their sixth studio album, “Valtari,” and continue behind their next week’s release of hard-rocking “Kveikur.” Sigur Ros’ acclaimed live show is world renowned, and you’ll have a chance to see them in action as they come to Cleveland, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, Charlottesville, Norfolk, North Charleston, Whites Creek, Asheville, Chicago, Saint Louis, New Orleans, Birmingham, Atlanta, Tampa, Orlando and Miami. Buy These Tickets

Queens of the Stone Age has a new album and a new tour. Heading out on the road to support their latest album “…Like Clockwork,” the follow-up to 2007’s “Era Vulgaris,” the alternative rock band has booked its first full-fledged tour since 2011. The tour comes to Council Bluffs, Vale, SD, Edmonton, Calgary, Morrison, Universal City, Philadelphia, Toronto, Detroit, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Indianapolis, Louisville, Charlotte, Asheville, Grand Prairie, Nashville, Fayetteville and Tulsa. Buy These Tickets

In Broadway news: Kinky BootsPippin and Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike win big at the Tony Awards. And new productions, including Billy Crystal: 700 Sundays,Richard IIITwelfth Night, and Big Fish head to Broadway. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
ESPN X Games,
Bonnie Raitt,
Emblem3,
Matchbox Twenty & The Goo Goo Dolls,
John Fogerty,
Brian Setzer Orchestra,
Phoenix,
Portugal The Man,
Audra McDonald,
Kate Nash,
Tricky,
Parachute,
Halestorm,
Bonobo,
KT Tunstall,
Michael Franti & Spearhead,
Neko Case,
Graham Nash,
Craig Ferguson,
Rancid,
Cold War Kids, and
Plain White Ts.

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Renée in Dallas, Texas wrote to tell us about her recent experience using the MyCityRocks Ticket Exchange! She made a plan to surprise her husband with a trip out of town, keeping it as a secret that they were going to see The Rolling Stones play in Chicago. She used the MyCityRocks Ticket Exchange to buy a pair of tickets, just six rows behind the Pit. Rene wrote “It was incredible…best show ever. 2 hrs and 15 mins without a break. We stood the entire time… and trust me, [my husband] doesn’t stand at concerts. They were so energetic and haven’t slowed down one bit. [My husband] loved it, truly!! And the seats were great…thank you!!!!”

Is there someone special in your life who would appreciate a similar surprise? The Stones tour continues through June 24 in North America, with upcoming dates in Montreal, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC before they head across the pond to London. Buy These Tickets


Rolling Stones/Mick Jagger photo courtesy Renée

The NBA Finals are here! The defending champions Miami Heatcame through a tough seven game series with the Indiana Pacerswhile a well rested San Antonio Spurs team was able to sweep theMemphis Grizzlies. Game 1 is tonight with the series continuing until June 20th if needed. Buy These Tickets

In NHL Playoff action, the Chicago Blackhawks are looking to end the Los Angeles Kings’ perfect postseason on home ice in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals. However, they’ll enter Game 4 without Duncan Keith who will serve a one-game suspension for high-sticking Los Angeles’ star forward Jeff Carter. The Pittsburgh Penguins lead the Boston Bruins 3-0 in the Eastern Conference Finals, and to complicate matters, the Penguins lost center Gregory Campbell for the rest of the NHL playoffs with a broken right leg.Buy These Tickets

The Eagles have sold more than 120 million albums worldwide, earning five No. 1 U.S. singles and six Grammy awards. Now they kick off a new tour in support of their new documentary “History of the Eagles.” The DVD and Blu-ray release provides an unprecedented and intimate look into the history of the band and the legacy of its music. The tour kicks off in July and comes to Cleveland, Toronto, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Uncasville, Mansfield, Washington, DC, Pittsburgh, Bethel, Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Mineapolis, Chicago, Auburn Hills, Licoln, Denver, Whicita, Tulsa and many more. Buy These Tickets

Bon Jovi turned down a chance to be a judge on American Idol because he says he’s too busy on the road. Which is no wonder because although his new album, “What About Now,” hit stores in March, the band’s been on the road since early February. Jon describes the tour as a three hour show of all his hits from the last 30 years as well as seven new songs sprinkled in. His “Because We Can” tour comes to Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Foxborough, Saratoga Springs, Darien Center, East Rutherford, Vancouver, Tacoma, Spokane, Fresno, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Antonio, Dallas, Uncasville, Toronto and Montreal.Buy These Tickets

With a loaded schedule of headlining dates and festival appearances, The Lumineers are keeping busy with another two dozen new dates to keep them on the road through October. With a Grammy-nominated self-titled debut release, the band is enjoying a wave of success that sees them performing at BonnarooGovernors Ball and Lollapaloozaamong others. Don’t miss your chance to see them live as they come to Clarkston, Canandaigua, Portsmouth, Cary, Columbia, Morrison, Magna, Redmond, Portland, San Francisco, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Oklahoma City, Saint Louis, Indianapolis, Memphis, Tuscaloosa and more. Buy These Tickets

The fourth annual Carnival of Madness tour kicks off in August with headliner Shinedown. Sponsored by Monster Energy, the tour also features SevendustPapa RoachSkilletIn This Moment and We As Human. The first round of tour dates announced include Cleveland, Philadelphia, Canadaigua, Cincinnati, Bloomington, Burgettstown, Bristow, Tinley Park, Cedar Rapids, Clarkston, Big Flats, Charlotte, Virginia Beach, Raleigh, Allegan and Morrison. Buy These Tickets

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer John Fogerty has a new album out, “Wrote A Song For Everyone,” which debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200. Now he’s hitting the road in support of his ninth studio release, which will see the 68 year old musician come to Los Angeles, Paso Robles, Berkeley, Denver, Catoosa, Grand Prairie, Austin, Spring, TX, Baltimore and New York City. Buy These Tickets

OneRepublic and Sara Bareilles are joining forces for a co-headlining tour. The Colorado Springs band is touring in support of their March-released “Native” album. Sara is also bringing along new music, her third studio album, “The Blessed Unrest,” will be released July 16th and includes a collaboration with Jack Antonoff from fun. The tour comes to Morrison, Park City, Boise, Woodinville, Spokane, Troutdale, Reno, Saratoga, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Albuquerque, Austin, Houston and more. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Hunter Hayes & Ashley Monroe,
Dora The Explorer Live!,
Widespread Panic,
Eros Ramazotti,
Joe Satriani,
Clutch,
Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros,
Yellowcard,
Alton Brown Live,
Zeds Dead, and
Chelsea Wolfe.

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Canelo Alvarez has been announced for the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Many are crediting Mayweather for demanding such a risky fight against an elite, undefeated opponent. Alvarez is 42-0 with one draw and is coming off an outstanding performance against Austin Trout. Alvarez is not only one of the sport’s biggest draws, he’s one of its best fighters. Mayweather is the best fighter in the world but has chosen an opponent who is 13 years his junior, is a natural super welterweight and has fast yet heavy hands. Both fighters put their undefeated record on the line September 14th. Buy These Tickets

It’s finally here! This week The Eagles have released the DVD/Blu-rayrelease of their documentary “History of the Eagles,” and have expanded their tour routing to go along with it. The new leg of dates is set for September with shows in the U.S. and Canada. The new dates include Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Minneapolis, Chicago, and Auburn Hills. The band also comes to Louisville, Milwaukee, Cleveland, Toronto, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Uncasville, Mansfield, Washington, DC, Pittsburgh, Bethel, Seattle, Lincoln, Denver, Wichita, Tulsa, Dallas, Memphis, Nashville, Rosemont, Moline, Kansas City, Salt Lake City and more. Buy These Tickets

If the Miami Heat were going to have an easy road to the finals thisNBA Playoffs, somebody forgot to tell the Indiana Pacers who just evened up the series 2-2. The series has featured masterful coaching adjustments, hard fouls, and grit and determination from both teams. The teams prepare for a crucial Game 5 in Miami, while San Antonioawaits the winner of the series, having swept the Memphis Grizzliesin four. Buy These Tickets

The Chicago Blackhawks are showing resiliency as well as dominance in their NHL Playoff run. They had to dig deep in the playoffs, pulling themselves out of a 3-1 deficit to the Detroit Red Wings in the Western Conference semifinals to take the series in seven games. They will now face the defending champion Los Angeles Kings in what looks to be another difficult series for a team seeking its second Stanley Cup in four seasons. In the Eastern ConferenceBoston looks to overcome their demons as they face thePittsburgh Penguins, a team they haven’t beat once during the regular season. Buy These Tickets

Singer-songwriter Michael Buble announces his headlining tour dates for the fall of 2013. The tour kicks off in September and carries through until the end of November, performing 40 shows in a 12 week span. He is touring in support of his eighth studio album, “To Be Loved,” which was released on April 23 and reached No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. This is his first non-holiday studio album since 2009. Catch Buble as he comes to Oakland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Anaheim, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Denver, Salt Lake City, Portland, Seattle, Sunrise, Tampa, Orlando, Jacksonville, Duluth, Charlotte, Raleigh, Nashville, New Orleans, Houston, San Antonio and more. Buy These Tickets

Bon Jovi expands his “Because We Can – The Tour” once again as the band adds North America to its 2013 summer and fall plans. Touring in support of “What About Now,” the band promises a special experience as the stadium shows will feature “a different state-of-the-art stage production, emulating a larger-than-life classic 1959 Buick Electra.” The tour comes to Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Foxborough, Saratoga Springs, Darien Center, East Rutherford, Vancouver, Tacoma, Spokane, Fresno, Anaheim, Los Angeles, San Antonio, Dallas, Uncasville, Toronto, Montreal and more. Buy These Tickets

Famed British progressive rock group Moody Blues announces a fall lineup of shows and reveals details about its mammoth 17 disc box set coming next month. Called “Timeless Flight,” the hefty package contains 11 CDs containing digitally remastered album tracks, unreleased mixes and outtakes, and complete concert recordings. And that’s just the beginning. Scheduled to be released June 25, “Timeless Flight” includes three DVDs of rare television performances, promotional videos and a previously unreleased concert video, along with a 120-page hardback book with a new essay by Moody Blues tracker Mark Powell along with previously unreleased photos. The band is touring in support of the disc set and come to Austin, Louisville, Cincinnati, Mount Pleasant, Cleveland, Wabash, Elkhart, Milwaukee, Hammond, Peoria, Appleton, Des Moines, Onamia, Bismarck, Kansas City, Valley Center, Denver, Airway Heights, Seattle, Portland, Eugene, San Rafael, San Francisco, Reno, San Jose, Paso Robles, San Diego, Los Angeles and Palm Desert.Buy These Tickets

Northern Irish pop-rockers Two Door Cinema Club announced a massive North American tour in support of their latest release “Beacon.” The band will hit 20 venues in a little over a month and will be joined by St. Lucia for most of the tour, with Capital CitiesPeace andBad Veins joining them on select dates. Kicking off in October, tour comes to Upper Darby, Washington, DC, Boston, New York City, Rochester, Toronto, Cleveland, Pontiac, Denver, Calgary, Vancouver, Seattle, Oakland, San Diego, Los Angeles, Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta and Nashville. Buy These Tickets

San Francisco-native and EDM globetrotter Kaskade recently announced the release of his new single “Atmosphere” and is following that up with what he’s calling a “Big Rooms – Small Tour.” After selling out venues worldwide with his 2012 “Freaks of Nature” tour, he wanted to touch on more intimate venues this time around with huge performances. The tour kicks off in September and comes to Miami, Brooklyn, Chicago and three nights in Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

The International Champions Cup (or ICC) is an upcoming exhibition association soccer tournament that will be played from July 27th to August 7th. The tournament replaces theWorld Football Challenge and will be staged throughout Europe and the United States. Confirmed entrants to the tournament include the Los Angeles GalaxyReal Madrid of Spain, Juventus and Inter Milan of Italy, along with ChelseaValenciaEverton and AC Milan. Matches come to San Francisco, Indianapolis, Glendale, Los Angeles, East Rutherford and Miami Gardens. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
The Naked And Famous,
P.O.D. & Flyleaf,
Passafire & Stick Figure,
Souls Of Mischief,
Rock Allegiance Tour: Volbeat HIM & All That Remains, and
We The Kings.

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