Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival is back, this time featuring Godsmack, Seether and Skillet. The tour kicks off in August with additional bands slated to appear including Buckcherry, Pop Evil, Escape the Fate, Within Reason and more. The tour comes to Clarkston, Peru IL, Cincinnati, Syracuse, Noblesville, Camden, Gilford, Simpsonville, Tampa, Grand Prairie, Corpus Christi, Bonner Springs, Oklahoma City, Broomfield, Post Falls and Auburn.
The Experience Hendrix tour is back this year with such great acts as Buddy Guy, Jonny Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and Zakk Wylde playing the great guitarist’s music. Experience the atmosphere of a music event that revels in the timeless music of a musical icon while promoting the love and positivity of what music can be. Additional guitarist on tour include The Black Crowes’ Rich Robinson, Eric Johnson, Doyle Bramhall II, Eric Gales, Mato Nanji, Ana Popovic, and Chris Layton from Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble. The Experience comes to Hollywood FL, Jacksonville, Melbourne FL, Atlanta, Birmingham, Nashville, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Durant, Newkirk, Tulsa, Mesa, Valley Center, Los Angeles, Avila Beach, Santa Cruz, Davis and Oakland.
Famed comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham will take over Las Vegas when he begins his residency at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in November. Dubbed “Not Playing With A Full Deck,” he will be joined by all his favorite sidekicks including Jose Jalapeno, Walter The Grumpy Retiree, Achmed The Dead Terrorist, NASCAR-loving Bubba J, Peanut, and of course, his pint-sized doppelganger, Little Jeff. The residency runs for six months. You can also catch Jeff when he performs in Saratoga, Englewood, Salamanca, Niagara Falls, Morristown, Tucson, Gilford, Uncasville, Atlantic City, Costa Mesa, Elizabeth, Bethlehem, Newkirk, Stamford, Westbury, Manson, Essex Junction, York, Bossier City, New Brunswick, Puyallup, Thackerville, Paso Robles and more.
Celine Dion adds 31 new dates for her famed Las Vegas residency at The Coliseum At Caesars Palace. The new dates extend the show into 2015 and includes a New Year’s Eve show. As of this week, Celine has performed more than 200 shows at The Coliseum alone.
British synthpop/indie rock band Bastille has lined up another North American tour for the fall. The new dates kick off in October as the band continues to support their debut album, 2013’s “Bad Blood.” More fans will get a chance to see Bastille as they are moving up to bigger venues, including two of Canada’s largest indoor arenas, the 19,800-capacity Air Canada Centre in Toronto and the 21,500-capacity Bell Centre in Montreal. The tour also comes to Philadelphia, New York City, Fairfax, Boston, Cincinnati, Milwaukee, Saint Paul, Chicago, Detroit, Rochester, Cedar Park, Houston, Grand Prairie, Brromfield, Orem, Portland, Vancouver, Seattle, San Francisco, San Diego and Los Angels.
Australia’s top kids act The Wiggles return to North America for their “Apples and Bananas” tour starting in September. The “Apples and Bananas” tour will feature songs from their new “Apples and Bananas” CD and DVD which is a new collection of nursery Rhymes such as “This Old Man” and “The Wheels on the Bus” given The Wiggles magical musical touch. Catch all of the singing and dancing excitement as Anthony, Emma, Lachy and Simon come to Pompano Beach, Jacksonville, Saint Petersburg, Fayetteville, Indianapolis, North Tonawanda, Ottawa, Toronto, Saint John, Summerside, Fredericton, Moncton, Halifax, Worcester, Providence, Poughkeepsie, Montclair, Englewood, Pittsburgh, Akron, Reading, Norfolk, New Brunswick and more.
Hillsong Worship presents the “No Other Name” tour, which is also the title of their highly anticipated annual album release. Featuring the songwriting, worship leadership, musicianship and vocals of those now well-known as the Hillsong Worship team, the tour seeks to give voice to individuals and churches around the world, unifying them in a declaration of worship that is lifted to and for no other name but Jesus. The tour comes to Boston, Baltimore, Charlotte, San Antonio, Grand Prairie, Independence and Highland Heights.
As 2014 FIFA World Cup unfolds Colombia defeated Ivory Coast 2-1 in a battle for Group C supremacy, as defending World Cup champion Spain was sent packing after losing its first two games. The United States will be without star forward Jozy Altidore against Portugal due to a hamstring injury, and England suffered a surprise defeat to Uruguay. More soccer action continues as teams compete for World Cup glory.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Ghost Brothers of Darkland County,
I Am Hardwell,
Shovels & Rope,
The Gaslight Anthem,
Cast Of Impractical Jokers & The Tenderloins,
Justin Townes Earle,
Arch Enemy, and