Judas Priest just released their new album “Redeemer of Souls” and now have a new U.S. tour in support of it. Fans have been waiting since 2008’s for a new LP, and now that it’s here, the band has partnered up with Steel Panther to take their North American fans by storm. The English heavy metal band comes to Salt Lake City, San Jose, Las Vegas, Highland, Glendale, Los Angeles, Allen, Hollywood FL, Duluth, Baltimore, Detroit, East Rutherford, Allentown, Lowell, Mashantucket, Atlantic City, Brooklyn, Orillia, Montreal, Hammond and Roschester.
Brantley Gilbert announces additional “Let It Ride” tour dates. He will be joined by special guests Aaron Lewis and Tyler Farr on the new leg of the tour which kicks off in September and runs through mid-December. The “Bottoms Up” country singer is promoting his latest album, “Just As I Am,” which features the hit singles “Bottoms Up” and “Small Town Throwdown.” The tour comes to University Park, Worcester, Bangor ME, Cincinnati, Southaven, Jackson MS, Madison, Saint Louis, Moline, Des Moines, Cape Girardeau, Kansas City, Raeigh, Savannah, Norfolk, San Jose, Fresno, Anaheim, Charlotte, Nashville, Pikeville and many more.
One Direction returns to North America after the European stretch of their “Where Are We 2014” world tour in August. The global superstars take their stadium tour to fans across the U.S. and Canada as they support their new album “Midnight Memories,” which includes the worldwide smash hit, “Best Song Ever” and “Story Of My Life.” Catch Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson when they come to Toronto, East Rutherford, Foxborough, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Detroit, Nashville, Houston, Arlington, Saint Louis, Chicago, Pasadena, Glendale, El Paso, San Antonio, Tulsa, New Orleans, Charlotte, Atlanta, Tampa, Miami Gardens, and more.
The MLB All Star Game & Home Run Derby comes to Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota, this weekend. This will mark the 85th edition of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game and will be the third time that the Twin Cities have hosted it. In addition to seeing the league’s top stars compete, the entire weekend will be filled with fan favorite events, an MLB All Star Workout as well as the Home Run Derby. Experience a one-of-a-kind sports experience that no baseball fan should miss.
After over 60 matches played, the 2014 FIFA World Cup is finally down to its Third Place and Championship games. Germany laid down a brutal 7-1 win against Brazil to face Argentina in the finals, while Brazil and the Netherlands compete for the third place trophy.
Coming to Broadway:
Tony winner Hugh Jackman returns to Broadway with The River, “a spiritually searching drama about a trout-loving loner in a remote cabin and two of the women in his life.” The play was a critically acclaimed hit in its premiere at the Royal Court Theater in London in 2012 and is now being helmed by one of theater’s biggest stars for its Broadway showing. The production runs at the Circle In The Square Theatre from October 31st to January 15th.
The musical-theater adaptation of the 1992 film Honeymoon in Vegas is coming to Broadway starring Tony Danza. Danza, who appeared in the Paper Mill production, will return as Tommy Korman, a gambler who falls for a young woman in Vegas to wed her marriage-phobic boyfriend. The show comes to Brooks Atkinson Theatre from November 18th to May 31st.
Tons of new tour dates are also now in the exchange for:
Mastodon & Gojira,
We Were Promised Jet Packs,
Death From Above 1979,
Medeski, Martin & Wood,
Angus & Julia Stone,
Drive By Truckers,