Usher has announced a new tour with the help of August Alsina and DJ Cassidy. Dubbed the “UR Experience Tour,” it will be Usher’s first tour in three years and is in support of his upcoming eighth studio album.
The tour kicks off in November and comes to: Montreal, Toronto, Auburn Hills, Cleveland, New York City, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Boston, Uncasville, Atlantic City, Chicago, Saint Paul, Los Angeles, San Jose, Seattle, Vancouver, Edmonton, Broomfield, Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, Memphis, Atlanta, Orlando, Miami and Tampa.
Phillip Phillips has packed the next couple of months with nothing but shows. His North American headlining tour kicks off in September and will keep him busy until December. The “American Idol” winner has spent the last few weeks regrouping after getting off the road with O.A.R. He is supporting his latest release “Behind the Light,” which came out in May. The tour comes to West Point, Washington DC, New York City, Cleveland, Austin, Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, Denver, Sioux City, Kansas City, Valley Center, San Antonio, Pasco, Everett, Missoula, Bozeman, Boise, Atlantic City, Durham, Huntington, Saint Augustine, Sarasota, Orlando, Hollywood FL Louisville, Nashville and more.
Slipknot & Korn join forces for their fall “Prepare For Hell” tour with opener King 810. Slipknot has a new album, “The Gray Chapter,” which comes out on October 21st and includes the new tracks “The Devil In I” and “The Negative One.” The tour comes to El Paso, Dallas, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, North Little Rock, Oklahoma City, Omaha, Madison, Sioux Falls, Denver, Baltimore, Nashville, Lexington, Fort Wayne, Moline, Kansas City, Rosemont, Auburn Hills, Toronto, Reading, Camden, Uncasville, East Rutherford and Lowell.
Hunter Hayes has named his tour after his latest single “Tattoo.” The “Tattoo (Your Name) Tour” is completely revamped to be unlike any show Hunter has done to be a new experience not only for the band but for fans as well.
The tour kicks off in October and comes to: University Park, Albany, Kingston RI, Milwaukee, Moline, Kansas City, Saint Louis, Hoffman Estates, Auburn Hills, Grand Prairie, New Orleans, Jacksonville, Duluth, Cleveland, Kingston ON, London ON and more.
The Eagles continue their critically acclaimed “History of the Eagles” tour, by expanding their 2014 schedule with even more shows. The tour is in support of their DVD and Blu-ray “History of the Eagles.” See the legendary band which has sold more than 120 million albums worldwide, earning five No. 1 U.S. singles and six Grammy Awards.
Catch them as they come to: Tacoma, Portland, Stateline, Salt Lake City, Omaha, Des Moines, Grand Rapids, Newark, Allentown, New York City, Boston, Glendale, Anaheim, San Diego, Fresno, Las Vegas, Houston and San Antonio.
Legendary tenor Andrea Bocelli will return to the U.S. for special concert dates in December. The U.S. dates will include Bocelli’s first performance in Detroit in over 12 years, as well as a very exciting return to Madison Square Garden after almost four years. Bocelli will be joined by conductor Eugene Kohn, soprano Maria Aleida, featured violinist Caroline Campbell, and Tony and Grammy Award winner Heather Headley.
Bocelli comes to Las Vegas, Houston, Dallas, Rosemont, Detroit, New York City and Hollywood FL.
Showing little sign of slowing down, Sweet Baby James Taylor has announced new fall shows. One of the folk-rock scene’s most celebrated singer-songwriters will tour North America for the second time in 2014. The five-time Grammy winner has only just completed his Stateside summer trek, but following a series of shows across Europe he will once again hit the road in the U.S. starting in Des Moines in November.
The tour comes to Des Moines, Saint Paul, Milwaukee, Moline, Louisville, Nashville, New Orleans, Pensacola and Jacksonville.
Bob Dylan is taking his band out on a fall tour. The rock legend announced a six-week run of fall dates that kicks off with three nights in Seattle. Dylan is currently touring Australia and New Zealand until mid-September, then after five weeks off will return to North America to support two new releases, a six-CD box set that will be released in November, and a tribute album “Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes.”
The tour comes to Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Oakland, Denver, Minneapolis, Chicago, Cleveland, Boston, Providence and Toronto.
The boxing event of the year comes when Floyd Mayweather Jr vs. Marcos Maidana hits Las Vegas. The highly anticipated rematch is a shot at redemption for Maidana, who many feel won the first fight. Both boxers have thrown verbal barbs at the other, with Mayweather Jr. confident that his arm will be lifted in victory again, while Maidana invites the champion to stop running and fight like a man.
World boxing action comes to the MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 13th.
A new revival of the 1997 musical Side Show about the real-life conjoined twins Daisy and Violet Hilton, will come to Broadway in the fall with preview performances starting on October 28th at the St. James Theater with the official opening on November 17th. The Broadway run will star Erin Davie and Emily Padgett as Violet and Daisy. The show has undergone extensive changes since 1997 with the addition and removal of several songs, and substantial rewrites to the book. The story is still darker than most popular fare on Broadway, while still remaining admired by critics.