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Trans-Siberian Orchestra, known for their innovative fusion of classic Christmas songs with electronic sounds and a dazzling light display, is bringing “The Lost Christmas Eve” back on tour for the last time. The rock opera of sorts tells the story about a man who becomes jaded about Christmas and must be taught how to see the beauty in it once again.

The tour comes to: Dallas, Buffalo, San Antonio, Rosemont, Auburn HIlls, Austin, Columbus, Newark, Saint Louis, Boston, Kansas City, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, Uniondale, North Little Rock, Uncasville, Tulsa, Wichita, Providence and many more. Buy These Tickets

One week after launching his “The 20/20 Experience World Tour,” Justin Timberlake announces more dates for the highly-anticipated tour. The new dates extend his tour to August 11th of next year.

The tour comes to: San Jose, Las Vegas, San Antonio, New Orleans, Kansas City, Auburn Hills, Montreal, Ottawa, Boston, Uncasville, Albany, Baltimore, Charlotte, Miami, Sunrise, Philadelphia, Buffalo, NYC and many more. Buy These Tickets

The annual musical holiday show, Radio City Christmas Spectacular is getting rave reviews for “brilliant,” “quality” entertainment for the entire family. The show features over 140 performers, lavish sets and costumes with an original musical score. The show runs from November 25th to December 30th at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, and with additional performances in West Palm Beach, Nashville, and Tampa. Buy These Tickets

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Journey and Steve Miller Band are joining forces along with Tower of Power for a summer tour in 2014. Journey and Steve Miller Band have sold over 110 million albums combined and their tour looks to be one of the most hotly anticipated tours of the year. The tour comes to: Chula Vista, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Albuquerque, San Antonio, Spring, Dallas, Birmingham, Raleigh, Atlanta, Bristow, Scranton, Holmdel, Mansfield, Saratoga Springs, Wantagh, Bethel, Toronto, Virginia Beach, Camden, Darien Center, Cincinnati and more. Buy These Tickets

After playing a few shows under the pseudonym The Reflektors, Arcade Fire is back with a new tour under their actual identity. The indie rockers are embarking on a 28 date North American tour to support their fourth studio album “Reflektor.” The “Reflektor Tour” comes to Montreal, Chicago, Brooklyn, Mansfield, Washington DC, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, Quincy, Mountain View, Atlanta, Nashville, Columbus, Maryland Heights, Kansas City, Denver, Austin, Spring, Bridgeport, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Ottawa, Toronto, Pittsburgh, Auburn Hills, Minneapolis and Louisville. Buy These Tickets

English-Irish pop boy band, One Direction is gearing up for another North American run of dates. Currently in the midst of an international world tour, the band teased North America dates when they revealed a New York City show at Rumsey Playfield in Central Park on November 26th. Buy These Tickets

After Billy Joel announced he would be returning to Madison Square Garden in January, the legendary “Piano Man” has booked additional gigs at MSG citing overwhelming demand. The last time Billy headlined The Garden was in 2006 when his sold-out 12-night residency broke the record for “longest run of a single artist.” He returns to New York January 27th through April 18th and also has other shows scheduled for Brooklyn, Sunrise, Tampa and Jacksonville. Buy These Tickets

Lady Gaga is also showing NYC some love as it has been announced that she will be the final act to play the famed Roseland Ballroom. Roseland Ballroom’s impending closure marks the end of an era and Lady Gaga will give the building a proper send-off when she performs March 28th to April 2nd, with March 28th also being the songstress’ birthday. Gaga recently released her latest album “Artpop” and a tour is rumored to be announced soon. Buy These Tickets

UFC announces UFC 169: Frank Mir vs. Alistair Overeem live from the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The event will feature bouts between Alistair Overeem and Frank Mir as well as a championship title fight between Dominick Cruz and belt-holder Renan Barao in the bantamweight division. All the mixed martial art action unfolds February 1st. Buy These Tickets

After spending the majority of 2013 with Bruno Mars on his North American tour, Ellie Goulding returns to North America in March for a headlining run of her own. She recently released “Halycon Days,” a special edition album that includes 10 new tracks plus a deluxe version of her Halcyon long player. The British songstress comes to New York City, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Boston, Atlanta, Austin, Houston, Dallas, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Garden City, Magna and Morrison. Buy These Tickets

After a year hiatus, the Experience Hendrix tour will hit the road once again in 2014 with many of the musicians who helped pay tribute and made the tour so memorable in 2012. This includes Buddy Guy, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Jonny Lang. Other acts who will be involved to help celebrate the legacy of Hendrix’s music and career are Black Label Society’s Zakk Wylde, Dweezil Zappa, Los Lobos’ Cesar Rosas and more. As a special treat, you can also count on seeing Billy Cox, the only surviving member of both The Jimi Hendrix Experience and the Band Of Gypsys. The tour comes to Grand Prairie, Saint Louis, Chicago, Ames, Milwaukee, Louisville, Charleston, Pittsburgh, Glenside, Atlantic City, Wilkes Barre, Red Bank, Hampton, Albany, Waterbury, Washington DC, Buffalo, Northfield and Detroit. Buy These Tickets

Bob Weir has announced RatDog‘s first full-fledged tour since 2009. Ratdog’s tour plans have been put on hold the last couple of years as Bob has been on the road with Furthur, but now the rock band is ready to return to the stage with the former Grateful Dead member on guitar and vocals, bassists Rob Wasserman and Robin Sylvester, guitarist Steve Kimoc, drummer Jay Lane and Jeff Chimenti on keyboards. The tour comes to Upper Darby, Washington DC, Montclair, Westbury, Boston, Portland, Port Chester, Buffalo, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee, Saint Louis, Indianapolis, Louisville, Knoxville, Nashville and Atlanta. Buy These Tickets

Australia’s Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds is returning to North America for a 2014 summer tour. He last toured North America in early 2013 in support of his “Push The Sky Away” album which was released earlier this year. Now he is slated to release his “Live From KCRW” on CD and vinyl on Black Friday, November 29th. The tour comes to Lousiville, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Denver, Calgary, Edmonton, Vancouver, Seattle, Portland and San Francisco. Buy These Tickets

Catch 3 Doors Down stripped down as they announce their “3 Doors Down Acoustic – Songs From The Basement” tour. The tour will give fans a chance to see a different side of the band as they perform their hits as well as “fan favorites rarely heard live.” The tour comes to Reno, Henderson, West Hollywood, Visalia, Lincoln City, Anaheim, San Diego, Phoenix, Albuquergue, Denver, Park City, Catoosa, Newkirk and Concho. Buy These Tickets

Funnyman Katt Williams has announced new tour dates for 2014. After starring in the movie “The Obama Effect” with Charles Dutton in 2012, the comedian says he’s motivated to continue working on quality projects and making 2014 a year of exciting and fun things. Claiming that the troubles that plagued some of his past tours are behind him, he’s excited to share with audiences the insight and humor that made him one of America’s most renown and respected comedians. His tour comes to Jackson, Louisville, Los Angeles, Newark, Mobile, Richmond, Atlanta, Houston, Washington DC, Norfolk, Bossier City, Southaven, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Raleigh, New Orleans, Baltimore, Charlotte and Kansas City. Buy These Tickets

Black Sabbath is wrapping up their world tour in style with a handful of North America dates. The iconic band is finishing their world tour in support of their latest album “13,” which marks Osbourne’s first studio album with the band since 1978’s “Never Say Die!” The band comes to Brooklyn, Halifax, Quebec, Montreal, London (ON), Hamilton, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

Doesn’t seem as if Rod Stewart has plans to end his Las Vegas residency any time soon after announcing new dates for 2014. Not only has the iconic singer extended his run at Colosseum at Caesars Palace but was quoted as saying he could play Sin City “forever.” The show called “Rod Stewart: The Hits” lives up to it’s billing as he delivers his timeless classics. In addition to his Las Vegas run, Rod is also hitting the road with Steve Winwood as they come to Boston, Newark, Philadelphia, Montreal and Toronto. Buy These Tickets

The NHL Stadium Series is a a group of regular season NHL games planned for outdoor locations. The 2014 series will feature the Los Angeles Kings against the Anaheim Ducks, the New Jersey Devils vs. the New York Rangers, the New York Islanders vs. the Rangers, and the Pittsburgh Penguins against the Chicago Blackhawks. Games come to Los Angeles, Bronx and Chicago. Buy These Tickets

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Into It. Over It.,
Mike Birbiglia,
JJ Grey & Mofro,
Patty Griffin,
J Boog,
Reel Big Fish,
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John Butler Trio,
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Young The Giant  Cayucas & Vance Joy,
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The 1975,
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AFI,
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Haim,
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London Grammar,
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Super Bowl XLVIII is coming to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. The biggest sporting event of the year is kicking off weekend festivities January 31st with events running to February 3rd. Being past the half-way point of the season there is no better time to start planning your Super Bowl experience. Buy These Tickets

Journey and Steve Miller Band are joining forces for a summer tour in 2014. Journey and Steve Miller Band have sold over 110 million albums combined and their tour looks to be one of the most hotly anticipated tours of the year. Also joining them will be Tower of Power.

The tour comes to: Chula Vista, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Albuquerque, San Antonio, Spring, Dallas, Birmingham, Raleigh, Atlanta, Bristow, Scranton, Holmdel, Mansfield, Saratoga Springs, Wantagh, Bethel, Toronto, Virginia Beach, Camden, Darien Center, Cincinnati and more. Buy These Tickets

After performing a few gigs under the pseudonym The Reflektors, indie rockers Arcade Fire have announced a full-fledged tour under their real name. Their 28-date North American “Reflektor Tour” are named after the Grammy Award-winning band’s fourth studio album “Reflektor.”

The tour comes to: Louisville, Minneapolis, Auburn Hills, Pittsburgh, Toronto, Ottawa, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Bridgeport, Spring, Austin, Denver, Kansas City, Maryland Heights, Columbus (OH), Nashville, Atlanta and more. Buy These Tickets

Justin Timberlake, Miley Cyrus, Sting & Paul Simon, Billy Joel, Il Divo Tickets & More

There are now even more dates for the hugely anticipated tour pairing the legendary Sting with music icon Paul Simon. They kick off their co-headling “On Stage Together” tour in Houston. Since the tour was initially announced last week they have added dates for Boston and an extra date in New York at Madison Square Garden. The tour also comes to Orlando, Sunrise, Washington DC, Hershey, Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal, Auburn Hills, Chicago, Saint Paul, Vancouver, Seattle, San Jose, Inglewood, Denver and Dallas. Buy These Tickets

Miley Cyrus is heading out on the road for her national “Bangerz Tour.” The tour is in support of her best-selling album, “Bangerz,” which hit No. 1 in over 70 countries, with her singles “Wrecking Ball” and “We Can’t Stop” selling over 4 million copies. Catch the controversial singer as she comes to Uniondale, Philadelphia, Louisville, Nashville, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Columbus, Auburn Hills, Washington DC, Raleigh, Charlotte, Brooklyn, East Rutherford, Boston, Toronto, Montreal, Atlanta, Orlando, Miami, Tampa, New Orleans and more. Buy These Tickets

You may have had to wait a little bit longer after Justin Timberlake postponed his “20/20 Experience World Tour” but to make it up to fans he’s added even more dates. The tour kicked off this month in November in support of his latest hit album “The 20/20 Experience.” New dates have been added for Raleigh, Nashville, Colubus, Memphis, Saint Louis, Tulsa, Los Angeles, Anaheim, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, Louisville, Atlanta, Orlando, Edmonton, Vancouver, Seattle, Denver, Fargo and more. Buy These Tickets

Black Sabbath is headed back to the U.S. and Canada for a dozen North American dates. The new dates will make up some of the final shows of their world tour in support of the band’s latest album “13.” The tour has been getting rave reviews and sellout crowds as fans have been commensurating Ozzy’s first full-length album with the group since 1978. The tour comes to Brooklyn, Halifax, Quebec, Montreal, London (ON), Hamilton, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton and Los Angeles. Buy These Tickets

Billy Joel has scheduled a few U.S. performances for later this year and next. The seventies pop icon will display hits from his entire discography with the likes of “52nd Street,” “An Innocent Man,” “Big Shot,” “Don’t Ask Me Why,” “Honesty,” “Just the Way You Are” and many more when he comes to Brooklyn, Sunrise, Tampa and Jacksonville. Buy These Tickets

Brad Paisley announces the final leg of his tour and is changing the name from “Beat This Summer” to the more aptly titled “Beat This Winter” tour. The tour will run from January to March and he brings along musical powerhouses Chris Young and “The Voice” winner Danielle Bradbery. The tour comes to Springfield, Auburn Hills, Greenville, Pikeville, Louisville, Estero, Tallahassee, Orlando, Uniondale, Uncasville, Manchester (NH), Nashville, Fort Wayne, Dayton and Charleston. Buy These Tickets

Il Divo takes “Il Divo – A Musical Affair: The Greatest Songs of Broadway Live” on the road. The multinational, multi-platinum, operatic pop superstars launch a U.S. and Canadian tour in support of their sixth studio album “A Musical Affair.” The shows will feature the group’s signature romantic and emotional interpretation of heartfelt classics like “Some Enchanted Evening” (South Pacific), “Bring Him Home” (Les Miserables), “Tonight” (West Side Story) and more. The tour comes to Bangor (ME), Waterbury, Bethlehem, Orillia, Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Diego, Indio, Los Angeles, Oakland, Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Denver, Rosemont, Detroit, Indianapolis and many more. Buy These Tickets

J. Cole has booked a second leg of dates for his North American “What Dreams May Come Tour.” The first leg sold over 90,000 tickets and due to overwhelming demand, the rapper is scheduling more dates to accommodate fans. He is currently supporting his second studio album “Born Sinner” which reached No. 1 on Neilson Soundscan chart. The tour comes to Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, London (ON), Montreal, New York City, Washington DC and Mashantucket. Buy These Tickets

Michael Buble is returning to Canada. The majestic crooner will be performing songs from his hit album “To Be Loved” as he returns with a Canadian tour that will mark his first return to Canada after hosting the Juno Awards in Regina earlier this year. Catch Michael as he comes Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, London (ON), Ottawa and Montreal. Buy These Tickets

Phish frontman Trey Anastasio is continuing his touring ways as he heads back on the road with his Trey Anastasio Band. The band is touring in support of Anastasio’s latest solo effort “Traveler,” which features special guests Mates Of State’s Kori Gardner, The National’s Bryan Devendorf and Matt Berninger, and Icelandic percussionist Samuli Kosminen. The tour comes to Denver, Kansa City, Saint Louis, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Birmingham, Orlando, Charlotte, Atlanta and Indianapolis. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
American Ballet Theatre,
Gipsy Kings,
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Sharon Jones And The Dap Kings,
Gavin Degraw,
Lotus,
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G. Love & Special Sauce,
Neil Finn,
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Iced Earth, and
Delta Rae, and
10 Years, and
Lewis Black.

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Imagine Dragons
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Beyonce
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Miley Cyrus has been stealing headlines for her controversial public appearances and now channels her notoriety into her highly anticipated “Bangerz Tour.” The North American tour takes Miley through the U.S. and Canada. She is supporting her best-selling album, “Bangerz,” which hit No. 1 in over 70 countries, with her singles “Wrecking Ball” and “We Can’t Stop” having already sold over 4 million copies.

The tour comes to: Vancouver, Tacoma, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denver, Omaha, Rosemont, Milwaukee, Saint Paul, Dallas, Tulsa, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Atlanta, Montreal, Boston, Brooklyn, Washington DC and more. Buy These Tickets

Sting teams up with Paul Simon for the “On Stage Together” tour. Presented by Live Nation, the tour kicks off in Houston and features two of the most iconic artists of all time.

The tour comes to: Houston, Dallas, Denver, Inglewood, San Jose, Seattle, Vancouver, Saint Paul, Chicago, Auburn Hills, Montreal, Toronto, New York City, Philadelphia, Hershey, Washington DC, Sunrise and Orlando. Buy These Tickets

George Strait is on the final leg of his two-year farewell tour. “The Cowboy Rides Away Tour” ends next summer and features special guests each tour weekend. Special guests include Martina McBride, Miranda Lambert, Ronnie Dunn, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Sheryl Crow, Little Big Town, Merle Haggard, Lee Ann Womack, Chris Young and more.

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Miley Cyrus announces dates for her highly anticipated “Bangerz Tour.” The 38-city road trip takes Miley throught the U.S. and Canada. She is supporting her best-selling album, “Bangerz,” which hit No. 1 in over 70 countries, with her singles “Wrecking Ball” and “We Can’t Stop” having already sold over 4 million copies in the U.S. alone. The tour comes to Vancouver, Tacoma, Anaheim, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Jose, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denver, Omaha, Rosemont, Milwaukee, Saint Paul, Dallas, Tulsa, San Antonio, Houston, New Orleans, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Atlanta, Montreal, Boston, Brooklyn, Washington DC and more. Buy These Tickets

Sting teams up with Paul Simon with what is sure to be one of the biggest tours of the year. Presented by Live Nation, the “On Stage Together” tour kicks off in Houston and features two of the most iconic artists of all time. The tour comes to Houston, Dallas, Denver, Inglewood, San Jose, Seattle, Vancouver, Saint Paul, Chicago, Auburn Hills, Montreal, Toronto, New York City, Philadelphia, Hershey, Washington DC, Sunrise and Orlando. Buy These Tickets

Glenn Frey, Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit have announced that The Eagles will extend the “History Of The Eagles” tour further into 2014 with new dates across North America. New dates include Las Vegas, Houston, Washington DC, and Atlanta, and the tour also comes to New York City, Knoxville, Charlotte, Greensboro, Birmingham, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Inglewood, Sacramento, San Jose, Dallas, New Orleans, Raleigh Cincinnati and Columbus. Buy These Tickets

Michael Buble will be melting hearts up North as he’s set to kick off a Canadian tour. He will be performing material from his Billboard-topping album “To Be Loved.” The tour will mark Michael’s return to Canada after hosting the Juno Awards in Regina earlier this year. The tour comes Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Toronto, London (ON), Ottawa and Montreal. Buy These Tickets

Darius Rucker returns to the road for his “True Believers Tour.” Supporting his third album, “True Believers,” Darius is taking along special guests Eli Young Band and David Nail. The tour kicks off late January in Illinois and comes to Champaign, Fort Wayne, Ypsilanti, Hershey, Albany, Verona, North Charleston, Columbia, Asheville, Erie, Youngstown, Roanoke, Enid, Salina and Loveland. Buy These Tickets

Canadian rockers Hedley are set to embark on a Canadian tour. Known for such hits as “Never Too Late” and “Cha-Ching” which was performed at the closing ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics, the group is also known for their philanthropic work as ambassadors for Free The Children. The tour of their native country takes them to Regina, Halifax, Coquitlam, Prince George, Kelowna, Kamloops, Grande Prairie, Medicine Hat, Hamilton, Kitchener, Oshawa, Windsor, Barrie, Sudbury, Peterborough, Kingston, Fredericton, St. John’s, Corner Brook, Sydney, Halifax, Moncton, Quebec, London (ON), Toronto and more. Buy These Tickets

Arctic Monkeys are adding dates to its itinerary. Singer Alex Turner came down with a case of laryngitis and the band had to cancel a slew of dates, but almost immediately have added or rescheduled a bevy of new dates. The band is supporting their 2013 release “AM” and come to Vancouver, Portland, Los Angeles, San Diego, Tempe, Tulsa, Columbia (MO), Milwaukee, Kansas City, Miami Beach, Orlando, Saint Petersburg, Charlotte, Richmond, Boston, Portland, New York City, Covington, Columbus, Detroit and Minneapolis. Buy These Tickets

A cappella group Pentatonix, who won NBC’s “The Sing Off,” is currently on tour. The group was the heavy favorite to win the show after their first performance and earlier tours have been selling out. The group comes to Mobile, Tulsa, Springfield, Chicago, Indianapolis, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Denver, Salt Lake City, Vancouver, Seattle, Oakland, Reno, San Diego, Las Vegas, Tucson, Los Angeles, Saint Louis, Little Rock, Nashville, Birmingham, Orlando, Athens, Charlotte, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York City, Boston, Toronto and Buffalo. Buy These Tickets

The Bayou Country Superfest is a three day music festival at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge, LA, that features music, food and fun. This year’s musical lineup includes George Strait, Reba McEntire, Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Chris Young, Lee Brice, Hunter Hayes, Easton Corbin, Big & Rich and more. Buy These Tickets

Get ready for four nights of Neil Young at one of America’s most esteemed venues. Neil is set to play New York City’s legendary Carnegie Hall January 6th through the 10th. The Canadian roots-rock icon, who also co-founded the philanthropic Farm Aid benefit concert and The Bridge School, is fresh off of those performances and ready to bring his iconic catalog to New York. Buy These Tickets

The enchanting Irish musical ensemble Celtic Woman is back on the road later this month. Combining the talents of four gifted Irish women, vocalists Chloe Agnew, Lisa Lambe and Susan McFadden, with violinist Mairead Nesbitt, the group performs an uplifting mix of timeless tradition and contemporary craft that has transcended national and cultural borders and sold nearly three million concert tickets worldwide. Catch the dazzling performances as they come to Las Vegas, Uncasville, Newport News, Charleston, Bethlehem, Shippensburg, Orillia, Lynn, New Brunswick, Mulvane, Dallas, Greenville, Carmel, Hammond, Owensboro, Atlanta, Nashville, Huntsville, Montgomery, Macon, Pensacola, Lakeland and more. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
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St. Lucia,
The Expendables,
Dropkick Murphys,
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White Lies,
Skinny Puppy,
Reverend Horton Heat,
Emancipator Ensemble, and
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The Eagles have added new dates to their national “History of the Eagles” tour. New stops include San Jose, Sacramento, Washington DC, Atlanta, New Orleans, Las Vegas and more. The tour is in support of the DVD/Blu-ray release of the documentary “History of the Eagles,” that was released earlier this year.

The tour comes to: Inglewood, Orlando, Miami, Tampa, Birmingham, Raleigh, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas, Houston, Greensboro, Charlotte, Knoxville, New York City, Toronto, Montreal, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Moline, Rosemont, Indianapolis, Nashville, Memphis, Dallas, Tulsa, Wichita, Denver, Wichita, Lincoln (NE) and more. Buy These Tickets

It’s never too late for more Elton John performances, and now he adds more shows for his Canadian fans. Having wrapped up a residency in Las Vegas and booking shows all across North America, Elton has just added dates for Toronto and Montreal.

He also comes to: New York City, Rosemont, Detroit, Philadelphia, Saint Louis, Lincoln, Saint Paul, Erie, Atlanta, Washington DC, Boston, Providence and Bridgeport. Buy These Tickets

The Broadway musical Wicked is embarking on a national tour. “Wicked” is the “untold story of the witches of Oz,” and is the 11th longest-running Broadway show in history.

The tour comes to: New York City, Des Moines, Chicago, Indianapolis, Providence, Cleveland, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Austin, Nashville, San Antonio, Memphis, Appleton and more. Buy These Tickets

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The Eagles add new dates to their “History of the Eagles” tour, including San Jose, Sacramento, Washington DC, Atlanta, New Orleans, Las Vegas, Raleigh, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dallas and Houston. The tour is in support of the DVD/Blu-ray release of the documentary “History of the Eagles,” that was released earlier this year. Other dates include Inglewood, Orlando, Miami, Tampa, Birmingham, Greensboro, Charlotte, Knoxville, New York City, Toronto, Montreal, Saint Louis, Kansas City, Moline, Rosemont, Indianapolis, Nashville, Memphis, Dallas, Tulsa, Wichita, Denver, Wichita, Lincoln (NE) and more. Buy These Tickets

Billy Joel adds a performance in Brooklyn at the Barclay Center along with previously scheduled performances in Sunrise and Jacksonville, FL. The seventies pop icon displays his entire discography with the likes of “52nd Street,” “An Innocent Man,” “Big Shot,” “Don’t Ask Me Why,” “Honesty,” “Just the Way You Are” and many more. Buy These Tickets

Kings of Leon have returned, refreshed and recharged, and are embarking on a new tour. After taking the better part of a year to break from music and touring and refocus on their music, they released their latest album “Mechanical Bull” and have enlisted Gary Clark Jr. to join them on the road as they support it. The tour comes to Oakland, Atlanta, Nashville, Louisville, Auburn Hills, New York City, Uncasville, Columbus, Philadelphia, Washington DC, London (Ontario), Montreal, Toronto, Boston, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Chicago. Buy These Tickets

Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray, who have faced each other in three of the past four Grand Slam tennis finals will meet for BNP Paribas Showdown: Murray vs. Djokovic. The two 26-year-olds will meet March 3rd as part of an exhibition match at New York’s Madison Square Garden. In addition to a matchup between world No. 1 and 3, there will also be a doubles match between brothers Bob and Mike Bryan against brothers John and Patrick McEnroe. The Bryan twins are the world’s top-ranked doubles team with a record 15 Grand Slam titles, while both McEnroe brothers have won Grand Slam doubles titles, with John also winning seven singles championships. Buy These Tickets

Imagine dropping in on a kaleidoscopic world where a magical forest is populated by fantastical creatures. No need to imagine any longer when what you have discovered is Cirque du Soleil – Varekai. Presented by Cirque du Soleil, Varekai reimagines the story of what happened to Icarus after he fell back to Earth after flying too close to the sun. Instead of drowning in the sea below him, Icarus lands in a lush forest full of exotic creatures and his adventure begins. The show is said to be an “acrobatic tribute to the nomadic soul” and comes to Montreal, Kingston, Windsor, Hamilton, Detroit, Youngstown, Frisco, Cedar Park and Beaumont. Buy These Tickets

63-year-old legendary performer Stevie Wonder plans to release two albums next year and is working on a third. First, however, Wonder plans to celebrate of one of his most acclaimed albums, 1976’s “Songs in the Key of Life” when he performs it in its entirely for the first time at his annual House Full Of Toys benefit concert. Joined by musicians from the original recording as well as contemporary recording artists, the benefit comes to Nokia Theatre Live in Los Angeles on December 21st. Buy These Tickets

Popular rock opera group Trans-Siberian Orchestra is here with the final run of their “The Lost Christmas Eve” tour. The tour comes from the group’s fourth album of the same name, will be the last time TSO performs the album. The 23 track album tells the story of a man who becomes disillusioned with Christmas until he is taught to see its beauty again. The tour comes to Toledo, Council Bluffs, Erie, Lincoln (NE), University Park, Colorado Springs, Hartford, Colorado Springs, Manchester (NH), Denver, Salt Lake City, Charleston, Raleigh, Boise, Spokane, Columbia (SC), Greenville, Seattle, Portland, Dultuh, Sacramento, Sunrise and many more. Buy These Tickets

Pink has had to reschedule some North American dates after losing her voice and being put on “vocal rest.” Many of the “The Truth About Love Tour” dates have already been rescheduled, however the singer was hoping for a quicker return to the road before doctors insisted she take more time off. New dates are available to Minneapolis, Milwaukee, Fargo, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Denver and Salt Lake City. The tour also comes to Chicago, Auburn HIlls, Des Moines, Licoln, Saint Louis, Kansas City, San Antonio, Dallas, North Little Rock, Rosemont, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Washington DC, Toronto and more. Buy These Tickets

Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Railroad Earth,
Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.,
Children of Bodom,
Falling in Reverse,
Karmin & Bryce Vine,
Pickwick,
Walk Off the Earth, and
The Infamous Stringdusters.

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