Academy of Country Music Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan has added New York City to his “Crash My Party” tour for his album release party. The Leesburg native also announced dates for his fifth annual “Farm Tour.” He created the outdoor concert series as a way to give back to local farming communities by celebrating and lifting up the American farmer and offering an entertaining musical escape. Last year’s Farm Tour attracted 100,000 fans to the outdoor venues, doubling the attendance record for the 2011 concert series. The tour comes to Albuquerque, Phoenix, Sweet Home, Quincy, Wheatland, Mountain View, Irvine, Chula Vista, Bethel, Holmdel, Claxton, Gaston, Macon, Villa Rica, Opelika, Valdosta, North Little Rock, Nashville, Tampa and West Palm Beach.
Pearl Jam revealed that it’s booked a full North American fall tour. The tour consists of two legs and 24 dates to support the release of their tenth studio album “Lighting Bolt.” The tour comes to Pittsburgh, Buffalo, Worcester, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Hartford, Baltimore, Charlottesville, Charlotte, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Glendale, San Diego, Los Angeles, Oakland, Portland, Spokane, Calgary, Vancouver and Seattle.
Justin Timberlake has a busy year ahead as he’s currently on the “Legends Of The Summer” tour with Jay Z and kicks off his own headlining tour, “The 20/20 Experience World Tour,” in late October. Now he adds even more dates to his itinerary as “The 20/20 Experience World Tour” now comes to Brooklyn, East Rutherford, Chicago and Toronto. Other dates include San Francisco, Pasadena, Vancouver, Hershey, Detroit, Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, Miami Gardens, Montreal, Memphis, Saint Louis, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Louisville, Atlanta, Orlando, Edmonton, Seattle, Fargo, Saint Paul, Omaha, Chicago and more.
John Legend confirms a new album release and Fall tour.The Grammy-winning recording artist has released a new single “Who Do We Think We Are” off the upcoming album which will be released this summer. He will embark on a North American tour in the Fall and comes to Mashantucket, Boston, Washington, DC, Atlantic City, New York City, Durham, Atlanta, Miami Beach, Austin, Grand Prairie, Robinsonville, Detroit, Toronto, Minneapolis, Denver, Salt Lake City, Vancouver, Seattle, Oakland, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Washington DC.
Alice Cooper announces his Fall “Raise The Dead” tour. The shock rocker has been busy this year, touring with Marilyn Manson along with his own headlining tour all across the globe. His Fall tour kicks off in October with dates in Port Chester, Red Bank, Lynn, Wilkes Barre, Morristown, Verona, Richmond, Huntington, Jacksonville, Montgomery, Biloxi, Marksville, Tulsa and Idaho Falls.
Paramore is hitting the road this October and November, playing amphitheaters and arenas in the U.S. and Canada, including the band’s first-ever Madison Square Garden headlining date. Supporting their latest release, the band is calling the outing “The Self-Titled” tour and will be joined by Metric and Hellogoodbye. The tour comes to Seattle, Vancouver, Anaheim, San Jose, Fresno, San Diego, Grand Prairie, Spring, Independence, Saint Louis, Austin, Sunrise, Orlando, Camden, Fairfax, Bethlehem, New York City, Worcester, Uncasville, Montreal, Toronto, Auburn Hills, Saint Paul, Chicago, Nashville and Duluth.
Jason Aldean and his “Night Train Tour” have been getting rave reviews, winning accolades for its entertainment and showmanship. Now he adds a Vegas date at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. You can also catch him on tour with Jake Owens and Thomas Rhett when they come to Saratoga Springs, Cincinnati, Burgettstown, Darien Center, Cuyahoga Falls, Camden, Scranton, Tallahassee, Tampa, West Palm Beach, Charlotte, Raieigh, Bristow, Lincoln, Maryland Heights, Noblesville, Spokane, Ridgefield, Tacoma, Vancouver, Daweson Creek, Saskatoon and more.
Athens, Georgia based jam band, Widespread Panic has announced dates for their highly anticipated 2013 Fall Tour, along with their New Year’s Eve return to Atlanta’s Philips Arena, where they hold the all-time attendance record. The tour begins in September and runs through November. They will be returning to several of their favorites cities, including their annual Halloween celebration in New Orleans. The tour also comes to Southaven, Cincinnati, Detroit, Milwaukee, Indianapolis, Tucsaloosa, Charleston, Austin, Houston, Tulsa, Miami Beach, Jacksonville, Asheville, Baltimore, Syracuse, Boston and New York City.
A Day To Remember’s “House Party Tour” isn’t actually held at local houses but rather some of the biggest venues the band has ever played. The Ocala, Florida, hardcore band is bringing along All Time Low and Pierce The Veil as support on all dates. The tour kicks off in August and comes to Montreal, Calgary, Broomfield, Magna, Sacramento, Seattle, Portland, San Jose, Henderson, Tulsa, Cedar Park, Grand Prairie, Lincoln, Saint Paul, Bloomington, Sterling Heights, Columbus, Pittsburgh, Lowell, Uncasville, Trenton, Bethlehem, Greensboro and more.
Phish reveals multi-night stops for their next tour plans for Virginia, Massachusetts and New Jersey, while the rest of the tour will have to settle for single evenings with the band. They kick off their 2013 Summer Tour with their first-ever concert at Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion in Bangor, Maine, and come to Quincy, Stateline, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Commerce City, Hampton (VA), Rochester, Glens Falls, Worcester, Hartford, Reading and Atlantic City.
Avenged Sevenfold is set to begin their “Hail to the King” tour. The tour kicks off October 3rd from Chicago and ends October 26th in Las Vegas. Joining them are Deftones and Ghost B.C. The tour comes to Rosemont, Noblesville, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Boston, Bloomington, Detroit, Atlanta, Orlando, Spring, Dallas, San Antonio, Omaha, Oklahoma City and Las Vegas.
The U.S. women’s soccer team is returning to Washington, D.C. for the first time in five years. The Exhibition: United States vs. Mexico match will meet at RFK Stadium, where the Americans are unbeaten in their eight previous games. As the No. 1 team in the world, the U.S. is 26-1-1 against Mexico. But each of the last three meetings was decided by just one goal, including Mexico’s lone win, a 2-1 victory during qualifying for the 2011 Women’s World Cup. The two teams kick off September 3rd, three days following the conclusion of the National Women’s Soccer League inaugural season.
USA National Rugby vs. New Zealand National features the USA Eagles as they face the New Zealand Maori All Blacks in the inaugural match on November 9th. American International Group, Inc. will be title sponsor of this historic competition, uniting these prestigious global rugby brands on North American soil. As the fastest growing sport in the world, there are over 1.13 million rugby participants living in the United States and currently 115,000 active members of USA Rugby with over 700 senior club teams, 850 college teams, 900 high school teams and 500 plus youth teams across America. The match is being held in Chester, PA at PPL Park.
The Maori All Blacks take on Canada in other rugby action for the International Rugby: Canada vs. Maori All Blacks match. The Maori All Blacks represent a unique and important part of Rugby and New Zealand Rugby’s storied histories, and New Zealand Rugby Chief Executive Steve Tew said the matches represented an exciting opportunity to take a special New Zealand team to North America. The match comes to Toronto at the BMO Field on November 3rd.
Coming to Broadway:
1. Rocky – The Musical on Broadway
2. The Winslow Boy on Broadway
3. Bullets Over Broadway
4. Les Miserables
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Bruce Hornsby & Ricky Skaggs,
The Head and The Heart,
Empire of the Sun,
Built to Spill,
Justin Moore, Randy Houser & Josh Thompson,
Cher Lloyd & Fifth Harmony,
Devildriver & Trivium,
Noah And The Whale,
Margaret Cho, and