Legendary Elton John returns to Hawaii for a special two-night engagement January 6th and 7th. Performing his “Greatest Hits Live” concert at Honolulu’s Blaisdell Arena, the show features his number one chart hits and classic album tracks throughout his incredible five-decade career.
Roger Waters is bringing his highly successful “Wall Tour” back to America. Last year Waters revived the live versions of “The Wall” that Pink Floyd performed in 1980 and 1981, but now has re-envisioned the shows to be performed in outdoor arenas. Waters comes to Houston, Austin, Tulsa, Denver, San Francisco, San Diego, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Winnipeg, and more.
After wrapping up his critically acclaimed “Welcome 2 America” tour,Prince turns to Canada for his first national Canadian tour since 2002. “Welcome 2 Canada” begins in Toronto November 25th and continues to Halifax, Montreal, Kanata, London, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton, Vancouver, and Victoria.
The UFC’s Super Bowl weekend, held in Las Vegas every year since 2004, is typically one of the year’s biggest events. 2012’s Super Bowl weekend includes UFC 143: Nick Diaz vs Georges St-Pierre. Nick Diaz, coming off a dominant win over B.J. Penn this past weekend at UFC 137, meets UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, rated the No. 2 pound-for-pound fighter in the world by Yahoo! Sports Poll. UFC 143 is February 4th at Mandalay Bay – Events Center in Las Vegas.
This year’s Z100 Jingle Ball isn’t the only concert radio bash where you can find Lady Gaga. The pop super-star will also be headlining theKIIS-FM Jingle Ball, December 3rd, in Los Angeles. Other performers include David Guetta, Sean Paul, Gym Class Heroes, Big Time Rush, Taio Cruz, and Flo Rida.
Jimmy Buffett extends his “Welcome To Fin Land” tour with three dates starting late January, including shows in Miami, Jacksonville, and North Charleston.
Stevie Wonder performs at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, December 17th, for the 16th annual House Full of Toys. Proceeds from the charity event will be used to provide holiday gifts for low-income children in the Los Angeles area. Then on New Year’s Eve, Wonder will perform in Las Vegas at the Cosmopolitan.
Megadeth announces dates for Gigantour 2012. The American thrash metal legends will be joined on the road by British metal iconsMotorhead, Danish rockers Volbeat and Italian gothic metal rock band Lacuna Coil. The tour comes to Camden, Uncasville, New York, Lowell, Quebec City, Montreal, Kingston, Oshawa, Auburn Hills, Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, Saskatoon, Calgary, Kent, San Jose, Phoenix and many more.
The international sensation Celtic Woman continues their North American tour with stops in West Palm Beach, Hershey, Pittsburgh, Newport News, Buffalo, Minneapolis, Naperville, East Lansing, Atlanta, Denver, Greenville, Boston, New York City, and more.
George Jones, known by many in the industry as the greatest living country singer, may have turned 80 but he’s not finished touring anytime soon. He’s just announced 2012 tour dates that find him in Charlottesville, Daytona Beach, Melbourne, Wabash, Peoria, Mahnomen, Deadwood, Lancaster, Savannah, Myrtle Beach, and more.
Dierks Bentley takes to the road with the “Country and Cold Cans Tour.” Touring in support of his CMA and Grammy Award nominated country album of the year, “Up On The Ridge,” he’s joined by Jerrod Neimann and Eli Young Band. Find him in Kent, Danville, Springfield, San Jose, Nampa, Bozeman, Rapid City, Broomfield, Nashville, and more.
Female comedienne Sommore, deemed the “Queen of Comedy,” headlines the Royal Comedy Tour. Joined by Bruce Bruce, Tony Rock, Damon Williams, and Mark Curry, experience hard hitting, unapologetic, uncensored comedy as the tour comes to Bossier City, Grand Prairie, Cleveland, Chicago, Milwaukee, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Tampa, and more.