Tom Petty not only has a new album “Hypnotic Eye” coming out in July but has announced a new tour to go along with it. “Rolling Stone” has described the band’s first new album in four years as “maximum rock & roll,” and they will be joined on the road by Steve Winwood as support. The tour comes to San Diego, Boise, Eugene, Portland, Vancouver, Quincy, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, Boston, Darien Center, New York City, Hartford, Philadelphia, Raleigh, West Palm Beach, Tampa, Nashville, Houston, Tulsa, Kansas City, Lincoln, Anaheim and Inglewood.
Disney On Ice: Frozen announces their brand new live fall tour. The show includes all the characters you love like Kristoff, Sven, Olaf, and the trolls, and the songs that you haven’t been able to stop singing, including the Academy Award-winning mega-hit “Let It Go.” The production will include innovative show elements and world-class skating and comes to Orlando, Providence, Richmond, Hampton, Nashville, Atlanta, Hershey, Fairfax, Baltimore, Uniondale, Brooklyn, Newark, East Rutherford, Greensboro, Raleigh, Fayetteville, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Rosemont, Chicago and more.
As the NBA Playoffs continue, the Miami Heat brush off the controversial antics of Indiana Pacers to take a 3-2 lead as the San Antonio Spurs get a huge win against the resilient Oklahoma City Thunder to move one win away from the Finals. More playoff action comes to San Antonio, Miami, Oklahoma City and Indianapolis.
The Montreal Canadiens‘ NHL Playoff hopes came to an end as they lost their series 2-4 to the New York Rangers. The Los Angeles Kings are one game away from the Stanley Cup finals as they lead the defending champions Chicago Blackhawks 3-2. More NHL playoff games continue in Chicago and Los Angeles.
Demi Lovato has planned a two month fall arena tour. The tour kicks off in September will include special guests Christina Perri and MKTO. The tour comes to Reno, Paso Robles, Baltimore, Albany, Pittsburgh, Raleigh, Miami, Orlando, New Orleans, San Antonio, Tulsa, Kansas City, Denver, San Diego, Everett, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Moline, Chicago, Louisville, Montreal, Uncasville, Hamilton, Manchester, Hershey and Newark.
A cappella group Straight No Chaser unveils their “Happy Tour” starting in October. Their shows have been known to mix selections from Great American classics to classic rock athems done with their unique twist. The coast-to-coast tour comes to Hyannis, Cohasset, Westbury, Aston, vienna, Stroudsburg, Atlantic City, Bakersfield, Reno, Boise, Denver, Lincoln NE, Kansas City, Manhattan KS, Tulsa, Austin, Dallas, New Orleans, Conway, Wichita, Greeneville, Grand Rapids, Minneapolis, Appleton and more.
John Legend has announced a summer tour on the tails of his “Evening With” tour that ends in June. Starting in mid-July, the “All of Me” singer swings through Texas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, Toronto, Massachusetts, Arizona, California, Nevada, and Colorado.
Dave Chappelle is returning to New York City for his first performances in the Big Apple in over 10 years. To mark the occasion he’s extended his sold-out Radio City Music Hall residency and will be joined by a full orchestra plus musical guests The Roots, Janelle Monae, Erykah Badu, Busta Rhymes and DJ Premier. The shows run from June 18th to June 26th.
Susan Boyle embarks on her first ever U.S. tour this October. The singer who rose to fame from her 2009 appearance on “Britain’s Got Talent” feels her North American tour is a “brilliant moment” in her career. The tour comes to San Diego, Santa Barbara, San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose, Costa Mesa, Phoenix, Midland, Austin, San Antonio, Kansas City, Louisville, Atlanta, Greenville, Durham, North Charleston, Melbourne FL, Fort Lauderdale, Sarasota and Jacksonville.
The 20th edition of the FIFA World Cup just around the corner and features the national teams of 31 countries competing in a total of 64 matches in twelve cities across Brazil. It all kicks off June 10th with qualifying teams including Brazil, Croatia, Mexico, Cameroon, Netherlands, Australia, Greece, Colombia, England, Italy, Japan, Honduras, Argentina, Switzerland, France, Germany, Belgium, Ghana, the United States and more.
Coming to Broadway:
Michael Cera, Kieran Culkin and Tavi Gevinson star in This Is Our Youth, Kenneth Lonergan’s play about wayward teens groping their way toward maturity. “The New York Times” called the play “a revealing and offbeat dissection of its world.” The production will be presented in Chicago at the Upstairs Theatre At Steppenwolf Theatre and in New York City at the Cort Theatre.
Broadway musical On The Twentieth Century is playing the American Airlines Theatre in New York City from February 10th of next year until July 5th. The production follows a down-and-out Broadway producer named Oscar Jaffe, who struggles to convince his former muse and lover, Lily Garland, now a successful film actress, to return to Broadway. The show will feature Kristin Chenoweth, who will star opposite Tony nominee Peter Gallagher.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Video Games Live,
Zappa Plays Zappa,
Australian Pink Floyd,
Toopy and Binoo – Fun & Games,
Amon Amarth, and